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Paint something on your Vita tomorrow

Apr 17 // Fraser Brown    @FraserIBrown

I don't have a PS Vita yet, I'm more of a one handheld at a time sort of chap, and I'm still getting lots out of my trusty old DS. However, if I was a Vita owner I'd be giddy with anticipation right now. Paint Park is a free app available for download on the 18th. Free is one of my favorite words, right next to bacon, so we're off to a good start. With Paint Park, budding artists and "experts" alike can experience the joy of drawing on a 5" screen! Great artists like to slum it too, you know?

Is there more to it? Well, not really. You can take pictures and doodle on them, however. Just think of the erotic applications of such a thing. Fabulous works of art (and terrible piles of shit) can be shared with friends, you can compete with said friends in a multiplayer mode, too. With the popularity of stuff like Draw Something, I imagine there's a market for such things. Two other free apps will be showing up alongside Paint Park later, this summer. Treasure Park allows you to make your own puzzles to share with friends, while Wake-up Club is an alarm clock that syncs up with the alarms of other Vita users. Yeah, that's right, an alarm clock. 

Paint Park, Treasure Park And Wake-up Club... [PlayStation Blog]


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Fraser Brown is that bearded, bespectacled Scotsman that covers PC gaming who is not Alasdair Duncan. Got a splinter stuck in his hand nineteen years ago and just left it in there. True story. ... full profile | More staff profiles

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