India-based outsourcing company GameShastra has announced it will expand further into self-publishing its own IPs with the release of 12 new games over the next few months, including nine for PSPgo.
Among those to be published on the Sony handheld are Crime Spree, Bee Wars, Route 66 and Flick Sports Fishing, which will be made available alongside the two games GameShastra has already released onto the format, D-Cube Planet and Circles.
"This is an exciting time in the evolution of GameShastra," said Prakash Ahuja, the company's CEO. "The move into self-publishing is a logical step for us, and we're already working with some significant players in the games industry to bring a host of original and licensed titles across multiple formats.
"2010 will see GameShastra become one of the most significant publishers in the business, and we can't wait to enter what will undoubtedly be the biggest period in the firm's history."
The company will also release two WiiWare games in the form of Tumble Bugs 2 in December and cricket title Balle Baaz in February next year, as well as PC and Mac game Taj.
GameShastra is currently one of the leading outsourcing companies in the world, working for companies such as Sony, Ubisoft and Activision.