Numblast PlayStation Vita

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  • Summary: Prepare yourself for a number puzzle game thats easy to play, totally addictive and laced with dreamlike, surreal undertones: are you ready for Numblast?
    Aoyama and Akasaka are two incredibly bright students whose adventures take place in an ancient Japanese university. One day, during
    Prepare yourself for a number puzzle game thats easy to play, totally addictive and laced with dreamlike, surreal undertones: are you ready for Numblast?
    Aoyama and Akasaka are two incredibly bright students whose adventures take place in an ancient Japanese university. One day, during an experiment on mysterious cubic artefacts, Aoyama accidentally triggers a magical explosion that turns his colleague Akasaka into a monkey. And not only has he lost his human form, Akasaka now also has the brain of a chimp...

    Aoyama sets to work solving the puzzle of the strange stones, and as he does so, Akasaka sucks in the energy released by a series of powerful explosions... by inhaling the magical energy, could Akasaka be able to return to his former super-intelligent self?

    There are PlayStationNetwork trophies to be earned and loads of extra content to unlock as you play. How far through the levels will you get? Will you be able to turn Akasaka back into a human being?
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  1. Oct 7, 2014
    10
    this game is amazing and addictive, its got a puzzle mode, a time trial mode and a endless mode, after i solved all the puzzles on puzzlethis game is amazing and addictive, its got a puzzle mode, a time trial mode and a endless mode, after i solved all the puzzles on puzzle mode, i went to time trial and i havent stoped playing it, its really addicting, on time trial you are challenged to make the best score you can on 3 minutes. There are two versions on the ps store: psp/psvita and the ps3 version, the psp/vita version cost 3 dollars and the ps3 version cost 5 dollars, the reason of this is that the ps vita version doesnt have trophies cause it is a port of the psp version. While the ps3 version does have trophies, i would also assume the ps3 version has leaderboards while the vita version doesnt support leaderboards. Whatever version you play is amazing but you are warned that the couple of bucks more on the ps3 are cause of reasons. Expand