Sony and Codename to bring new social games to PlayStation Home

Indie game developer, Codename, has revealed plans to bring an array of social games to PlayStation Home today. A collaborative effort between the developer and Sony will see the launch of four new games on the social platform.

According to the release, each game will offer a different and unique experience. The list of games, to be released over the course of the next several months, can be seen below.

  • Dueling Gentlemen, created by Odd Gentleman, players strategize the right moves on a giant stage in Home’s Plaza, to outsmart opponents and win this old-time battle for honor and prestige.
  • Minor Battle, created by Peanut Gallery, winner of the IndieCade 2010 Audience Award, a team-based game where two teams run around a cube of four screens to beat each other in a capture-the-flag style platformer.
  • Super Awesome Mountain RPG, created by Codename, a blend of tabletop board games and fantasy RPGs, where players ascend a fantastical mountain in Home’s Central Plaza using a custom animated figurine.
  • Cogs in 3D multiplayer, a multiplayer version of Lazy8’s diabolically clever Steampunk-style game, this gear-based puzzler will also be a dynamic public spectacle in Home’s Central Plaza.

Look out for these titles in PlayStation Home over the coming months.

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