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Just Add Water’s multidirectional shooter Gravity Crash is coming in “remixed and amped up” form to PlayStation Vita August 12, the developer announced today.

Gravity Crash Ultra will sport 42 levels total, seven of which are brand new, created for the Vita version, and will support cross-saving for user-created levels between Vita and PS3.

The shooter first debuted on PS3 in 2009 and was later ported to PSP in 2010. The new Vita version will cost $8.99 when it launches next month, though anyone with a PlayStation Plus account can score a 20 percent discount during the first two weeks following its release.

Beyond the release date and price, Just Add Water also uploaded nine minutes of uninterrupted gameplay footage from Gravity Crash Ultra—arguably the best way to sell anyone on your game. You can check that out above.

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Gravity Crash Ultra collides with PS Vita August 12

By | 07/31/2014 12:25 PM PT

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Just Add Water’s multidirectional shooter Gravity Crash is coming in “remixed and amped up” form to PlayStation Vita August 12, the developer announced today.

Gravity Crash Ultra will sport 42 levels total, seven of which are brand new, created for the Vita version, and will support cross-saving for user-created levels between Vita and PS3.

The shooter first debuted on PS3 in 2009 and was later ported to PSP in 2010. The new Vita version will cost $8.99 when it launches next month, though anyone with a PlayStation Plus account can score a 20 percent discount during the first two weeks following its release.

Beyond the release date and price, Just Add Water also uploaded nine minutes of uninterrupted gameplay footage from Gravity Crash Ultra—arguably the best way to sell anyone on your game. You can check that out above.

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