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PS Mobile Update: Zen Accumulator and Dark Quest Launch This Week

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Every Tuesday, there are new games, apps, and updates added to PlayStation Mobile. Dark Quest, a turn-based fantasy RPG, and Zen Accumulator, a soothing puzzler, both launch this week. And there’s an update to Scientific Electronic Calculator.

New Releases

PS Mobile Update 10-9-2013

Dark Quest by Brain Seal Ltd ($4.99)

Dark Quest is a turn-based, fantasy role playing adventure where players take the role of a mighty barbarian on his epic quest to destroy the forces of the evil sorcerer and save the land.

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Zen Accumulator by Hiive LLC ($3.99)

Zen Accumulator is a peaceful, meditative puzzle game where you have to slide clean drops of water to clean up polluted drops. However, each drop has a value assigned to it, and drops can only absorb other drops if their two values are divisible by one another.

Updates

Scientific Electronic Calculator by PentliumEE

  • Updated to Version 1.01
  • Fixed minor bugs

PS Vita owners can download these games from the PlayStation Mobile section of PlayStation Store; Owners of PlayStation-certified devices such as the Sony Xperia Z smartphone, Wikipad or Sony Xperia Z tablet, can obtain them through the PlayStation Mobile Store for the same price.

Click here for a full list of the certified devices or here for installation instructions.

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remanutd5 said:

October 9th, 7:40 am

Trophy support?

RenderMonk said:

October 9th, 7:49 am

That Dark Quest is crazy identical to “Heroes’ Quest” the board game. I played this board game as a kid and it’s one of my best memories with my family. My dad was always the evil sorcerer and my brothers and I were the Barbarian, Elf, and Dwarf. This mobile game looks exactly like it, right down to the title logo, heroes, bookcase on the game board, doors, tiles, and skeletons!!

Gorvi said:

October 9th, 7:55 am

Ooo, Dark Quest looks right up my alley.

Squiggle55 said:

October 9th, 8:37 am

@rendermonk Hero Quest is absolutely awesome. Thanks for reminding me. I’ll have to dig it out of the closet.

Mando44646 said:

October 9th, 10:31 am

Trophy support? Can you guys at the very least respond and let us know what the plans are? We havent heard anything about it since PS Mobile first launched

Wolfgame_Dev1 said:

October 9th, 10:32 am

@RenderMonk
I don’t think that’s necessarily a bad thing, since you can’t buy a copy of that game new.

goodSuM said:

October 9th, 10:54 am

Nothing for what, two weeks, and only two releases now? I hope Mobile isn’t going downhill. :/ Either way, I can’t wait until another update for Cytus!

Squiggle55 said:

October 9th, 11:16 am

I am very interested to hear more about the content of Dark Quest. I really hope there are some reviews.

perrandy said:

October 9th, 3:40 pm

dark quest sounds interesting and the price is a tad steep.this game should be .99 to 2.00 bucks because its mobile.just saying…..

dkarlowicz10 said:

October 9th, 4:43 pm

Trophy support?

tusunami said:

October 9th, 7:18 pm

It doesn’t appear to be that many people that play PS Mobile games.

PrimeroIncognito said:

October 9th, 7:33 pm

Fun support? Yes? OK, I’m good.

karocage said:

October 9th, 10:28 pm

Dark Quest – as a big Hero Quest fan in my younger days (and maybe still now…) this looks awesome. Time to see if I can dig up any more info.

tulai_paul said:

October 10th, 7:44 am

Excellent description. The world of mobile games have been changed drastically. Mobile games have been used as advertising tools. Its good to know that even people have developed mobile games to populate country’s propaganda. The mobile ad network companies like admob or appnext or tapjoy may accelerate their momentum.

plaztiksyke said:

October 10th, 10:49 am

Dear PSM peeps, we *really* need that low-level audio API to do cool stuff in our game. That missing, the 96MB RAM limitation, and the performance issues on Vita (worse performance than a 3 year old Android phone) are the biggest obstacles to bringing higher quality experiences to PSM that make the price points worthwhile.

JeffsonP said:

October 10th, 11:57 am

PSM for new territories!

Welmosca said:

October 11th, 11:42 am

We got some good games on PSMobile but one such as me must have an insane amount of free time to play PSMobile games with such a huge backlog of PS3,Vita and PSP games to play.Unfortunately I’ll miss all the PSMobile games unless they get ported to Vita.

Welmosca said:

October 11th, 11:46 am

Oops think I expreseed myself wrong there…I didn’t mean”miss” but yes lose the chance to play all the PSMobile games.

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