17w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Paul Sullivan announced that Chillingo's Little Acorns bounces its way onto PS Mobile as part of this weeks PS Mobile updates.
To quote: Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps and updates added to PlayStation Mobile. Chillingo's Little Acorns along with Thomas Hopper's Shuttle Quest 2000 released this week.
There are also updates to Hyper Reminder, Radiant Flux, and Word Blocked. There is also new DLC content being added to Penguin Party.
Little Acorns by Chillingo (EA Inc.) ($1.49 for full game, $1.49 for each in-app purchases)
Guide Mr. Nibbles the acorn-hoarding squirrel through a variety of levels in this charming platforming adventure. Collect the acorns scattered around each zone to stock up for winter. Featuring super simple controls, a variety of game mechanics with a cute and loveable look, Little Acorns is an adventure that is completely at home on PlayStation Mobile
Space Quest 2000 by Thomas Hopper (Free for demo, $4.49 for full game unlock)
As the pilot of the unique 'Battle Shuttle' join the fight against the evil General Xzarod and save the galaxy in this RETRO Action-RPG-Shooter!
18w ago - Sony PlayStation Digital Platforms Community Manager Paul Sullivan confirmed that Chillingo's iBomber Defense blasts onto PS Mobile this week.
To quote: Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps and updates added to PlayStation Mobile. Action Button Entertainment's Ten By Eight and Chillingo's iBomber Defense released this week, along with updates to 0War and Mononoke Slashdown.
Ten by Eight by Action Button Entertainment ($2.99)
Ten By Eight is a puzzle game strong enough for a brain surgeon and pH-balanced for a rocket scientist. You can clear as few as three tiles, though don't stop there!
Swap tiles into groups of three or more. Chain up the longest match you can. Use wildcard star tiles to link a chain of one color to a chain of another color. Heat the action up in any of three modes. Timed Mode asks you how many points you can make in three minutes.
Zen Mode asks you to hang out and make your own challenges (try clearing all eighty tiles in one action). And Endless Mode never ends – if you're good enough. In Endless Mode stone tiles will appear. Surround them to destroy them; if one touches the bottom, it's game over. Also, the music is great.