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PS Vita indie push could see Burn the Rope Worlds, Farming Simulator and more released in 2013

Tuesday, 26th March 2013 10:23 GMT By Dave Cook

Sony has been rattling the indie klaxon recently, and has pledged a big indie push on PS4, PS3, PS Vita and PS Mobile. Here’s some indie games heading to Vita that you might not be aware of yet.

Pockett sent us a tip this morning after it did some rather ace detective work on unannounced or lesser known indie games heading to PS Vita. The information stems from developer clips, age classifications and more.

First up is Table Mini Golf, an augmented reality golf game similar to current release Table Top Football. Raid Ant from Prank studio is said to be an RTS, while a new version of iOS game Draw Slasher: Dark Ninja vs Pirate Monkey Zombies is said to be on the way as well.

Housemarque’s Furmins is getting the PS Vita port treatment, as is Burn the Rope sequel Burn the Rope Worlds, and you can look forward to plenty of cultivating carnage in Farming Simulator 2013.

Quell Memento is said to be heading to PS Vita courtesy of Fallen Tree Games, and although it was originally planned as a PSP game, Arson & Plunder is now heading to PS Vita.

On to classifications now, and Halfbrick’s Fruit Ninja has been rated for PS Vita in Brazil, as well as Disney’s Castle of Illusion and Capcom Arcade Cabinet.

Phew. Do you see anything there that you like, or do you want to see more than indie download games on PS Vita? Let us know below.

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3 Comments

  1. Dragon246

    Good, so everyone who owns a Vita has more than enough games now for rest of the year. Problem is, new customers wont get attracted by indies, so now a few more AAA titles are needed to boost Vita sales, 5-6 are already coming, a few more along with price cut and voila!

    #1 1 year ago
  2. KrazyKraut

    Thats what they mean with “more than 100 new games this year”? Dont want iOS/Android games on the Vita!!! want new titles *only* for the system.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. FeaturePreacher

    I really think Sony should not waste their money or time attracting amateur crap. Save it to get more established franchises such as a new entry in the batman series from RockSteady. Bundle a game like that with the vita and that will move systems.

    #3 1 year ago

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