Sony is continuing to build up the PlayStation Vita’s portfolio of applications. Sony has announced three new apps that offer you the opportunity to travel the world, manage an ecosystem and express your musical side all via the powers of your PS Vita.
The three apps; Travel Bug, Ecolibrium and Imaginstruments; will all be available free to download from PlayStation Store very soon.
In Travel Bug, you can create and personalise your very own travel bug and give it travel-based missions to complete. Your bug can take “travel snaps” on its journey and you can track its whereabouts on an interactive map. This innovative application also invites you to compete against friends to reach destinations first – all tracked via the “near” application.
Take on a divine role in Ecolibrium, an imaginative eco-system simulator where the aim is to maintain harmony within your own created environment. If your environment becomes unbalanced, species in your eco-system must be fed manually by you until you have restored balance and created the optimum environment for your animals and plants. You can also collect different species and trade them with your PS Vita friends using “near”.
If you are feeling musical then give Imaginstruments a try. Imaginstruments is an ‘imaginary instrument’ application designed from the ground up around the myriad of PS Vita inputs. You can play drums, guitar, theremin, and even the violin. Once you have mastered each imaginstrument you can record tracks and share with other players.
These great new applications offer unique, social and immersive experiences exclusively on PS Vita all for free.
These apps look pretty good
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