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I Love Katamari for iPhone out now

I Love Katamari, Namco, iPhone, iPod TouchNamco has released the popular consolegame I Love Katamari for iPhone and iPod Touch in the App Store. The game became popular on Sony’s PlayStation 2 and came also out for the Xbox 360 and PSP. In this iPhone-version, the King of All Cosmos has accidentally knocked out all the stars of the sky. Prince needs to put the twinkle back in the heavens, and you have to help him with his mission! That’s just the story mode, the game also features time attack, eternal mode and exact size challenge mode. I Love Katamari costs $7.99 in the App Store.

Namco games dropped in price

  • Author: Mr Sandeman
  • Filed under: iPhone
  • Date: Nov 6,2008

Pole Position: Remix, Namco, iPhone, iPod Touch, Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Star TrigonFor a limited time Namco has dropped the price of a few interesting iPhone and iPod Touch games. Here’s a list of the four games:

  • Pac-Man now available for $5.99, usually $7.99
  • Ms. Pac-Man now available for $5.99, usually $7.99
  • Pole Position: Remix now available for $5.99, usually $9.99
  • Star Trigon now available for $5.99, usually $9.99

iPhone in pole position with another Namco classic

Namco, Pole Position: Remix, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPhone 3GNamco has just launched a competitor for cool iPhone racegames like GTS World Racing and Asphalt 4 Elite Racing. Pole Position: Remix is an enhanced and upgraded version of Namco’s classic arcade racer. With three different intuitive control setups you will have ultimate control of your car. In the Tilt Steering Mode you need to tilt the iPhone to get your car where you want it. Touch the slider mechanism to avoid hitting other cars and obstacles, and blow the competition to unlock new races and tracks. Pole Position: Remix is now available for $9.99 in the App Store.

Star Trigon ready to conquer the iPhone

Star Trigon, Namco, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPhone 3GToday Namco Networks has released Star Trigon for the iPod Touch and iPhone. This $9.99 game is based on the original 2002 Namco arcade name. Star Trigon is prepared to rescue the world by using his special Trigon rescue techniques by just tapping the screen and hopping from planet to planet in order to form Trigons. The game features four difficulty levels, 79 different stages and lots of addictive pick-up-and-play action.

iLounge really likes the game and says that even though the game isn’t as popular as Namco’s Pac-Man or Pole Position it’s actually a lot cooler than those iPod clickwheel games.