Frobisher Says and t@g both part of the PlayStation Vita Discovery Apps program.
The EU PlayStation Blog has revealed that two upcoming PlayStation Vita titles, Frobisher Says and t@g, will be free to download in May.
Discovery Apps are designed to showcase the Vita's unique control options and hardware. Frobisher Says is a collection of 50 mini-games that uses the front and rear touch, motion, camera, and face recognition. t@g uses GPS (and therefore requires a 3G model Vita) to let users place graffiti onto real life buildings using augmented reality - tag high-profile targets to earn points and see where you rank on the online leaderboard.
While both titles will be free to download in May, Frobisher Says will be available on February 22 for those of you who took part in a Vita pre-order promotion.
PS Vita launches in the UK on February 22 - Amazon currently has the best pre-order deal, which includes a free 8GB memory card and the option to buy a launch game for £15.