The PlayStation Network game Puddle created by Neko Entertainment is now heading to the PlayStation Vita next week.
Puddle was a game created by six students at the video game school ENJMIN. After winning a Student Showcase prize at the 2010 Game Development Conference, Neko Entertainment picked up this game, along with the original six students, and made Puddle into a full-fledged game for the PlayStation 3.
Neko Entertainment is implementing enhancements to the PS Vita version of Puddle, including fully customizable controls; this includes the left joystick, L and R buttons, and even the rear touch pad. Sebastian Chipot, QA at Neko Entertainment, included a final sentence in the announcement:
"Oh, and pay attention to the background on the main menu — it may be more than just a background!"
Via PS Blog