Sony has announced three more free Vita discovery apps, all due on the PlayStation Store in the coming months. Travel Bug is a map-based social app; Ecolibrium is an “eco-system simulator” where players collect and swap new species; and Imaginstruments is a music making suite. The three new offerings join a variety of free apps like the upcoming t@g, which encourage use of the social, location-based and networking features of the Vita.
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Ecolibrium is a free PS Vita app launched under Sony’s ‘Discovery Apps’ range, in which players must create a balanced ecosystem and help it thrive by introducing the correct blend of species, plants and artefacts into the mix. It’s out now, check out the launch trailer below.
Ecolibrium, a new entry in Sony’s Discovery Apps, will release for Vita tomorrow, SCEE has announced. Ecolibrium is a real-time eco-system simulator where players must create “harmony within your own created environment.”
Sony has announced two more free discovery apps for US Vita users – Imaginstruments and Friend Network. Descriptions and screenshots of both apps are available through the break.
Two neat little apps will be free to European Vita owners thanks to Sony’s Discovery Apps scheme.