These devices are compatible with PlayStation Mobile

The Japanese company has launched 21 games compatible with PlayStation certified device and PS Vita.

So far, only Sony devices and HTC, which reached an agreement with the Japanese company, are certified PlayStation (mostly). In this sense, not all manufacturers models are playstation

At September 19, 2012, the list of PlayStation Certified devices including HTC smartphone range One, HTC One X, HTC and HTC One V S and Xperia arc, Xperia PLAY, Xperia S, Xperia ion, Xperia acro S, TX Xperia, Xperia U, V Xperia, Xperia SL, Sony Mobile Communications AB, and Sony Tablet S, Tablet P and Xperia Sony Tablet S, Sony Corporation. The specific names of each model may vary by region.

List of the first games for PlayStation Mobile :

Super Crate Box (Powered by Vlambeer).

Twist Pilot (Crash Lab).

Rebel (PomPom Software).

Fuel Tiracas (FuturLab).

Aqua Kitty – Milk Mine Defender (Tikipod).

Underline (Albino Pixel).

Samurai Beatdown (Beatnik Games).

Beats Slider (FuturLab).

Hungary Giraffe (Laughing Jackal).

Tractor Trails (Origin8).

Word Blocked (Quirkat).

Flick Hockey (Spinning Head).

Beats Trellis (Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Inc.).

Wipe! (SYNC).

Nyoqix (Zener Works).

Magic Arrows (Hamster Corporation).

Everybody’s Arcade (Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.).

Numblast (Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.).

Loot the Land (Playerthree).

Frederic – Resurrection of Music (Forever Entertainment).

Incurvio (SYNC).

In order to provide a development environment more “simple standardized” for creating content for mobile devices, the PlayStation Development Program Mobile (PlayStation Mobile Developer Program) includes the official version of the SDK for PlayStation Mobile, will be available to the developer community since November.

The program will be implemented gradually, starting with 11 countries and regions, namely Japan, the U.S., Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Development Program will allow developers to distribute their content globally through the PlayStation Store, so able to market and promote their games to millions of players with PlayStation Certified devices and PS Vita.

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