185w ago - Slitherine's Development Director Iain McNeil has announced today that History Egypt: Engineering an Empire will be available for both PS3 and PSP Minis via PSN.
To quote: We're really excited to have this opportunity to talk to you about our upcoming release, History Egypt: Engineering an Empire for PlayStation minis. We've been working on this game for nearly two years and it has gone through many iterations, but we've finally got something we're happy with!
The TV series circles the globe and re-examines history's most magnificent civilizations, surveying their architectural and engineering triumphs. Beginning with the Egyptians more than five-thousand years ago, the first of the 14 documentaries brings to life the spectacular glory of the Egyptian Pharaohs. We seek to do the same in our game.
While many strategy games play well on the PC, they are...
185w ago - Laughing Jackal Senior Producer Al Evans has revealed today along with a video trailer that Stellar Attack is heading to PS3 and PSP Minis via PSN.
To quote: I'm pleased to announce that Laughing Jackal's first PlayStation minis title, Stellar Attack, is to be released on the PSN Store on June 1st for the PSP and PS3.
Stellar Attack is an homage to classic shoot-em-up Star Castle, and is also inspired by a range of action-puzzle games, featuring a mix of score-chasing puzzles, fast action and precision targeting.
Here's some background to the game (featuring the best story I could think of in under five minutes!):
Deep in space, a lost starfighter is trapped by a series of evil turrets; turrets that are generating a purple energy field which is preventing the starfighter from returning home.
To make things more difficult, these evil robo-turrets surround themselves with vast strings of protective coloured orbs. Using its multicoloured laser, our intrepid starfighter must blast a path through the orbs to destroy the turrets in each...
185w ago - Today Sanuk Games Manager Yan Marchal has announced that Telegraph Crosswords is coming to both PS3 and PSP Minis on June 1, 2010 for $2.99 each via PlayStation Network.
To quote: You probably know about us if you're familiar with PlayStation minis: over the last couple of months we have released Hysteria Project, Spot The Differences and Telegraph Sudoku & Kakuro.
On Tuesday, June 1st we'll release our latest minis game: Telegraph Crosswords.
Telegraph Crosswords offers you a whopping 500 crossword puzzles. You can browse through a wide assortment of Quick crosswords, General Knowledge crosswords and Cryptic crosswords, and make your picks depending on your skills and mood.
The handy interface and intuitive controls transfigure the classic pen-and-paper experience. Forget about crumpled pages covered with erasures!
Errors can be notified either immediately or after completion. Interactive hints are available when you're stuck. And of course, you can stop a game and resume it at any time thanks to the autosave feature!
Telegraph Crosswords is coming out on June 1st for PSP and PS3 at the price of $2.99.
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186w ago - Nordcurrent Managing Director Alex Bravve has announced today that Robin Hood: Return of Richard will be joining Sony's PS3 entertainment system and PSP handheld in Minis format via PSN this week for $4.99.
To quote: Today I'd like to talk about our first Minis game called Robin Hood - Return of Richard that will be available on PSN on the 25th of May for $4.99.
Robin Hood is a shooting adventure game set in medieval England. You play as a Robin Hood, trying to defend local towns and villages from cruel enemies.
Robin Hood's gameplay has its roots in classics shooting and hunting games, such as Duck Hunt or Moorhuhn, but with tons of little cool features.
For example, each level has secret objects that you have to find and shoot, and if you find them all, you will get some bonus points. Or here, in Robin Hood, it is not only you who can shoot enemies, but also enemies can shoot you.
Robin Hood consists of 12 levels. All levels are different in terms of visuals as well as villains. As you progress further, you will be facing against new enemies - for example at some point you will meet a nice catapult guys. If you do not...