Category: PSP Minis
“BreakQuest: Extra Evolution is an enhanced and improved version of original BreakQuest, one of the best break-out games of all times, created by Nurium games. In addition to the energizing gameplay of its predecessor, the game boasts a superior physics concept, new art style and cool sound. Breaking bricks has never been so fun!”
What is it?:
It is a brick breaker game that does not have too many actual bricks. I really enjoy playing most brick games, going all the way back to Arkanoid. The menu design is straightforward. Play Game and Options can be selected from the main menu. Play Game will present you with 10 different starting stages, each stage has 9 levels, plus 1 boss level. You must finish each level to progress through the stage. It’s a very simple, and straightforward layout for level selection.
The PSN minis version of Angry Birds, which just happens to be the best selling PSN game of all time, was released with two different versions of the game. When Rovio reclaimed the publishing rights, they released a new, better version of the game. “Unfortunately, previous purchasers of the game werenâ€™t able to download this new version, and were unfortunately stuck with their significantly worse version of the game.” Rovio has reported to psnstores.com that there is now a way to get the new version for free.
Another week, another minis review! This time Mad Blocker Alpha: Revenge of the Fuzzles gets a chance to shine and try to compete for your hard earn money. What can we expect from this game? As always, minis can be enjoyed on the big screen (or the screen of the size that you have at home) from your PS3 or on the portable spectre thanks to the PSP and the Go (it DOES still exist!). Follow along as we take you into a journey that involves lots of blocks, blocks, blocks.
Coming to PSN Store in August 2011, Beatshapers and Tatem Games united their forces again to bring the Carnivores: Ice Age, a sequel to popular Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter to PSP and PS3 platforms. It brings 5 huge explorable 3D maps, a variety of prehistoric ice age animals to hunt and a huge weapon palette to choose from.
Coming this July for the PSP and the PS3 as a Mini, One Epic Game looks like Contra on crack. The monsters and placements are randomly generated adding to the re-playability.
“Zombies, Aliens, Nuclear wasteland, Fantasy and World War …
MiniSquadron is a new game up for grabs on the PlayStation Network that, as has usually been the case before, is already available for other services… but is just now seeing a new life in our Sony branded portable and current gen console. Here is what the publisher has to say about this game:
MiniSquadron is a frantic shooter involving lots of little planes vying for the supremacy of the skies! Take control of one of your airplanes and fight for the victory, using crazy weapons and incredible aerial stunts!
After being named the #3 iPhone game of all time by AppAdvice.com and successfully launching on the Android and Palm platforms, PlayStationÂ®Store is the next destination for MiniSquadronâ€™s supremacy.
Conquer all eight worlds, use huge lasers and homing missiles, and unlock over 50 airplanes, including jet-fighters, alien ships, giant octopus and a flying panda!
- 8 worlds, each one including 12 intense waves of enemies
- A massive arsenal of weapons, including super-awesome mega-laser!
- Over 50 planes to unlock, containing jet planes, alien aircrafts and a flying panda!
- Stunning graphics & art
A game that has been available for the iPhone for a while is now the subject of a port to the PSN minis range of games thanks to Grip Games and SuperMono Studios.Â MiniSquadron is best described as and old school flavored 2D shoot-em-up that is contained within a few screens worth of space and has you going back and forth knocking down wave after wave of enemy planes.
MiniSquadron is a frantic shooter involving lots of little planes vying for the supremacy of the skies! The player takes control of one of his airplanes and has to battle for the victory, using crazy weapons and incredible aerial stunts!
Recently Craneballs Studios released Blimp: The Flying Adventures on the PSP, and even though I tried this game out on the iPhone first, I was interested to see how the game stacked up on the PSP. But before I do that, first let me bring you up to speed on what you’re getting yourself into. A long time ago in a galaxy pretty far far away, there was a planet called Solbot, it was a great strategic outpost in the galaxy and so the power hungry aliens from the planet Tarra who by the way look a lot like the Helghast, well except they have green eyes not red attacked it. The current inhabitants werenâ€™t having any of it so they drove them back with the help of Zed Pelin. Zed Pelin did what he could and because of his help he became a captain. He’s kind of like Jack Sparrow except he steers a Blimp. Now the Tarraians think it’s payback time and are back at it again…