Video game hardware developer Sony has announced that it plans to release another three discovery applications for the PlayStation Vita handheld.
Ecolibrium is described as an eco-system simulator and is the most ambitious of them, allowing gamers to collect species and swap them with one another in a concept that looks very similar to that of Pokemon and without the combat.
Imaginstruments is designed to allow gamers to create music using a simple interface.
t@g is the last app and makes use of the geo-location and social elements of the Vita handheld in order to encourage users to share more information about themselves and their actions.
Sony says that all the three applications will be delivered via the PlayStation Store in the coming months.
It is unlikely that the extra free content will lead to a revival of the sales numbers of the Vita, which has seen a spectacular decline after a good launch week.
Sony might announce a price cut during E3 2012.