"Ridiculous Fishing" developer Vlambeer turns three, offers a pair of freebies.
Armature Studios' Vita/3DS companion game to "Batman: Arkham Origins" gives up some of the plot as the Penguin seizes control of the notorious Blackgate Prison.
The PlayStation Network is quickly becoming the go-to home for beloved indie game ports - both for console and handhelds. From "Thomas Was Alone" to "Mutant Blobs Attack!!!," "Sound Shapes" to "Retro City Rampage," Sony's PSN has provided its gamers with some of the best indie games of the past few years. This week they add one more name to their ever-growing list as indie dev Mossmouth's "Spelunky" makes the move to the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita, with some help from BlitWorks. Originally released for PCs back in 2008, the title quickly became a hit, and eventually saw an enhanced release on the Xbox Live Arcade in 2012, and now the game is finally landing on Sony's platforms. This release also signifies "Spelunky"'s first handheld release, allowing gamers to get their exploration in on the go.
"Metrico," a new puzzle-platformer from Digital Dreams, was announced earlier this year as a PS Vita exclusive. Two-dimensional puzzle-platformers are a dime a dozen, but "Metrico" stood out on the strength of its graphic design and the promise that its puzzles would be based on "actively changing data and how that can be visualized."
Today, the Dutch indie studio behind the game is expanding on its mechanics a bit, by introducing "input morphing."