Super Blackout Developer Wants to Give PS Vita Copies to PS Mobile Version Owners

on October 11, 2015 2:36 PM

Josh Forde, owner of developer Fordesoft, posted on their blog that he wants to give a copy of Super Blackout on PlayStation Vita to those who already had purchased the PlayStation Mobile version. PlayStation Mobile, sadly, was shut down this past September and users can no longer download purchased content from the store.

The puzzle game launches this Tuesday for PlayStation Vita at a $4.99 price point but if you want it to be free you’ll have to track down the purchase email sent by the PlayStation Store. If you can find the date purchased and the order number, email it to Fordesoft and they will be able to send you a code for the Vita version within the week.

Forde stresses to make sure the information is correct, as he can’t send out codes to those whose information doesn’t match the sales record.

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