A new game called Gumball Machine is free to play for players who use the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 consoles, but those who prefer a traditional console should download it for free from the PlayStation Network, according to a report by the gaming site Gamasutra.
The PlayStation Vita version of the game, released this week, is also available for free.
A Gumball machine consists of a series of four dots which can be rotated by the user.
Players can either play for a limited amount of time, or spend real money on buying a set of four for a large price.
The first game was released in 2011 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Players can purchase their own Gumball machines for free via the PlayStation Marketplace, where players can earn a daily or weekly “Gumball Plus” achievement, according the report.
Gamasutra is not the first to report the PS3/Xbox 360 versions of Gumball games.
The site reported that the PlayStation Vita release of the PlayStation Plus game was “almost completely free,” and that it was available for download on the PlayStation Store for “only $2.99.”
The site also reported that “Gummy” is “free to play” on the PS Vita version.
The PlayStation Vita has been a popular platform for gamers with the recent launch of the PS4, and there are already a number of Gumballs available on the platform.
The PS Vita versions of the first and second games are available for purchase on the marketplace for a combined price of $4.99 each.
The latest video game to arrive on PlayStation Network is a sequel to the critically acclaimed 2013 PlayStation game Watch Dogs, which launched this week on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
Watch Dogs 2, the game’s next chapter, is currently scheduled for a September launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.