159w ago - SCEE PSP European Product Manager Adam Grant has revealed the PlayStation PS3 and PSP Minis this week, which include Impossible Mission (a personal favorite of mine), Card Shark and Karimogi.
To quote: Welcome back to the weekly minis round up. Below you can check out this weeks new minis, all playable on PSP and PlayStation 3.
Card Shark from Midas Interactive
This is Card Shark, a serious selection of casino games to get your teeth into. Can you beat the dealer in Blackjack? Do you dare gamble it all in a game of Higher or Lower? Or do you think you can out-bully the field in Texas Hold'em? Or maybe just relax with a game of Solitaire?
Card Shark ups the ante by featuring the following classic games: Solitaire, Texas Hold'em, Five Card Draw, Blackjack and Higher or Lower. Think you can win big and bank a profit? Well get down to the casino and prove yourself!
Epyx's Impossible Mission from SYSTEM 3 SOFTWARE
Impossible Mission is a totally faithful adaptation of one of the most iconic games ever created. Included in the game are three versions of the game: the C64 original, a re-skinned classic and the totally new update!
Experience once again the blood-boiling pressure of having only six hours to find all the pieces of a mad scientist's puzzle while avoiding devious human-seeking robots and deadly Black Orbs. This is the same all-time Epyx classic that's known and loved, albeit with improvements in every department!
Karimogi from STORMBASIC
Karimogi the alien needs you!
The situation is critical. Cranes are dropping bricks everywhere and Karimogi needs your help to push them around and put them in order or he will never see his spaceship again. Arrange the bricks into rows and they will then disappear. But be careful, you must stay very alert because any brick could crush you.
If you successfully complete a stage, you can see how he recovers his spaceship and lands it at a new place... only to start all over again! Help Karimogi and become a great architect in a fun and original game that will keep you entertained.
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