Three new discovery apps headed to Vita

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 31 May 2012 00:58 GMT

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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