Grasshopper to publish student games on Vita

Five student-made games will be published on PlayStation Vita by Grasshopper Interactive later this month.

The titles were chosen from a selection of nine submissions from the Game Campus Festa student development programme – a special scheme that Grasshopper operates in conjunction with Japanese schools.

Ideas for the games were submitted last June, Andriasang reports, with development beginning in September and final submission made in February.

The five winners are Uni Uni Union (puzzle action), Eledive (puzzle action), Octalide (action), Volt (puzzle action) and Mou Sou Srur Shike Nai (puzzle).

All five games will be released on PSN in Japan on June 21st.

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