Today, Sony officially release the beta SDK packs for their Android device and Playstation gaming program. SDK is stand for Software Development Kit, this program is dedicated to some developer that interested to create some third part application for the respective device or operating system. Sony hope that they will attract some developer to make great game for their latest Playstation Vita, or any other Sony certified device such as Sony Xperia Play.
However, the SDK is only released to a limited numbers of developer in UK, US and Japan. This is only beta release, the company main goal is to make the SDK ready for official release when the time is come. Back in January, Sony also has release Playstation Suite framework. This release allow the owner of Sony certified products to play some old PS One game.
This beta SDK use C# programming language and compatible for Windows XP and 7 OS. It will able to simulate Playstation Vita and any other Sony certified products application, in order to make game development easier. There’s no further explanation about when the SDK will be officially released and how the revenue will be shared with the developers.
If you’re interested to try this Beta SDK, you can sign up on Sony’s official website here. Sony said that they will stop receive application when the maximum quota is reached.
Mobile gaming device face some serious problem in selling, since the increasing popularity of iOS and Android based game. It is reported that the NDS and PSP sells in US has been surpassed by those two mobile OS game.tags: Android, available, Beta, gaming, now, Playstation, Program, SDK, Vita