PlayStation Mobile launched late last year for PS Vita and other PlayStation-Certified devices and is currently only available in a few major territories including the US, UK and Japan. Despite its low profile, PSM’s gaming catalogue grows by about two titles per week and looks set to receive a surge of developer support now that the PlayStation Mobile SDK is available to the public.
One of the first PSM titles to be released this year is Haunt the House: Terrortown from London-based studio SFB Games. The game was originally developed for browsers in 2010 and has now made the transition to PlayStation Mobile sporting a host of new features and control options.
The main objective in Haunt the House: Terrortown is to take control of a ghost and possess objects in your environment to scare away the humans who inhabit a range of spooky locales including a hospital, cruise ship and clock tower.
Here’s the game’s launch trailer:
Haunt the House: Terrortown is now available from the US PlayStation Store for $3.49 and will cost £2.79/€3.49 on the European PS Store when it updates later today.
Source: PlayStation Blog Europe