Fruit Ninja and AR game Box! Open Me hitting PS Vita this week

Halfbrick's fruit-decimating game Fruit Ninja and augmented reality title Box! Open Me will arrive on the PlayStation Network for PlayStation Vita this week, according to the official PlayStation blog.

Fruit Ninja for the PS Vita includes achievements and leaderboards. During a panel at PAX Australia, the developers revealed that they were planning on releasing games on Sony's handheld.

Amongst this week's other releases is Box! Open Me, an augmented reality puzzle game from Toyko Jungle developers PlayStation C.A.M.P.. The title requires two players and two PS Vitas working together to open boxes. We got hands-on with the PS Vita title at last year's Tokyo Game Show.

Launched in April for Windows PC, Spiders' Martian role-play game, Mars: War Logs, also hits the Network this week, along with PayDay 2, DuckTales Remastered, BreakQuest: Extra Evolution and A-men, a logic-based puzzle-platforming game. Demos hitting the Network are Saints Row 4: Inauguration Station, Thunder Wolves, Madden NFL 25, Mars: War Logs for the PlayStation 3 and A-Men for the PS Vita.

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