Add two more titles to the seemingly ever-expanding list of indie games you can play on the Vita: Flower and Limbo.

The latter, in fact, will be available via PSN in just a few days, with this morning's announcement that Limbo will be arriving there June 4th. No word yet on how the game will differ from existing versions, though Playdead is apparently betting that the experience won't be that different, as the Vita version will be priced the same as the PS3 one, at $14.99.

Details around Flower are a little more nebulous at this point. The game is being showcased as being part of Indiecade's E3 line-up, but neither they nor developer thatgamecompany has said when it will be arriving (though, presumably, it will be sometime this year). The Vita version will build on the PS3's use of motion controls, allowing players to control the wind/flower petals via both touch and motion. More details to come, hopefully, when E3 kicks off in just over a week.