PlayStation All-Stars Island brings Drake, Sackboy and more to iOS and Android

Uncharted, LittleBigPlanet, Infamous and Gravity Rush are coming to iOS and Android with the release of PlayStation All-Stars Island, a free-to-play game starring some of Sony's most recognizable franchises.

Sponsored by Coke Zero, PlayStation All-Stars Island stars Nathan Drake, Sackboy, Cole McGrath and Kat from Gravity Rush in their own endless runner-style mini-games. Drake will collect relics and idols as he runs through a jungle, while Sackboy will collect bubbles and Coke Zero logos while racing through LittleBigPlanet Karting tracks.

Characters from each game-themed world — including a few cameos, like Jak, Ratchet and Clank — will be able to crossover into other mini-games with "Coke Zero moves" gained by collecting special orbs.

Developed by Zoink Games — the team behind The Kore Gang and PlayStation Vita promotional game Reality Fighters Dojo for iOS and Android — PlayStation All-Stars Island will be available sometime this summer. "Exclusive downloads" for the game and boosters will be available through QR codes on special Coca-Cola Zero bottles, according to the game's official announcement.

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