The PlayStation Network is Sony's digital storefront for delivering games, add-ons, and other content. This specific platform page focuses on the PlayStation Vita version of said storefront.
The products that make up the various segments of Nintendo's 3DS eShop include new releases, updated version of old games, and emulated versions of old games.
The Nintendo 3DS is a portable game console produced by Nintendo. The handheld features stereoscopic 3D technology that doesn't require glasses. It was released in Japan on February 26, 2011 and in North America on March 27, 2011.
Windows Phone allows mobile games to tie into Microsoft's existing Xbox Live infrastructure, including accounts, avatars, and achievements.
The iPad is a "multimedia tablet computer" with a 9.7" touchscreen, and has a 7.9" derivative, the iPad mini. The iPad can browse the web, playback local and streamed content, and run a large variety of third party apps, including games.
The Zeebo was a wireless network-enabled console primarily designed for emerging markets.
DSiWare is Nintendo's name for its downloadable games appearing on the new Nintendo DSi system.
This platform is specifically for PSP releases that are made available as digital downloads via the PlayStation Store. The Store includes PSP games (some exclusive to PSN), PSP Minis, PSone Classics, trailers, movies, TV shows, and digital ...
Google's mobile OS is spread across multiple devices.
The Leapfrog Didj is a handheld console that was originally released in 2008. It's built for educational software, but runs a Linux distribution that has created a bit of hacker interest.