Unity for PSM, Sony says, is a "fully integrated solution" of the Unity engine, optimized for the development of mobile content for Sony's PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV hardware.
"The official version of 'Unity for PSM' removes the need for extensive re-coding, allowing developers to easily port their games created for iPhone, iPad, and Android based devices to launch on PSM. This opens up the PS Vita platform to a broader range of mobile developers and will help fuel the expansion of the gaming lineup for both the PS Vita and PS TV systems," a press release noted.
Sony adds that its PlayStation Mobile developer program, which supports developers in the creation of "dedicated content" for its platform, has expanded to 32 countries and regions. The program, Sony claims, is built to allow developers the opportunity to easily distribute their content to users via the PlayStation Store.
More information on the platform is available on the PlayStation Mobile website. Bets for the next device to get Unity support are now open, with best odds going toward those fancy Japanese toilets and current-generation toaster ovens.
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