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Beats Trellis Is This Week's Free PlayStation Mobile Game

By Ryan Winslett 2013-02-13 10:07:43 discussion comments
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This week, the PlayStation Mobile free game giveaway continues with a title that’s less of a game and more of a musical smorgasbord. Beats Trellis has been listed as the fifth free PlayStation Mobile title, turning everyone’s PlayStation Vita or PlayStation-Certified device into a mini music mixing studio.

Sony kicked off its PS Mobile free game giveaway promotion about a month ago, tossing out one gratis title per week to make gamers aware of the Mobile marketplace, as well as the types of games the service provides. So far, the promotion has provided Samurai Beatdown, Beat Slider, Cubixx and Aqua Kitty, all at no charge. Each game is free for a week and, starting today, the latest addition to the lineup is Beats Trellis, which SCEA Director of Emerging Platforms, Chris Mahoney, explained in greater detail on the PlayStation Blog.

“Years ago, making music required you to have a band, actual instruments and use of your parent’s garage or basement,” Mahoney said. “With this app, you can create your own beats on the go, fitted with drum kits, funky sounds, breaking beats and other instruments. Beats Trellis is perfect for the person that wants to try making their own beats for fun, or add beats that they have created to a video montage for show online.”

Beats Trellis features a full suite of instruments, sounds and effects to tool around with, as well as full control over individual tracks, instruments, tempo, etc. If you have a PlayStation Vita or PlayStation-certified, you can download it starting today for no charge.

There’s only one week left in this promotion, so head back here next week to find out what the final free PlayStation Mobile game will be.
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