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Namco Announces their first iPad Titles

By , on April 3, 2010

Namco have arrived at the iPad party with 3 of their classic apps for the casual iPad gamer: Pool Pro Online 3, PAC-MAN and Noby Noby Boy. All are available for download on iTunes Connect, Pool Pro Online 3 for $6.99, PAC-MAN for $4.99 and Noby Noby Boy for $1.99 (free with iPhone/iPod touch version).

A little App Info (from Namco):

Pool Pro Online 3

Pool Pro Online 3 launched on the iPhone and iPod touch only a few weeks ago and has already gained more than 13,000 registered players meaning there are plenty of folks to challenge in the online lobby.  Because of Namco's proprietary technology, UniteSDK, pool fanatics can easily pick up their iPhone or iPod touch and play an iPad user, while also chatting with opponent and sharing scores and achievements via Facebook.


With this year being PAC-MAN's 30th anniversary, Namco wanted make sure players could enjoy PAC-MAN on iPad immediately.  Chomp on some dots and guide PAC-MAN through the maze, while avoiding the four unique ghosts.

Noby Noby Boy

The third Namco title, Noby Noby Boy, is a highly-addictive application enabling creativity and imagination-stretch the pink creature, BOY, in as many directions as you want.   This application is free to folks that already have the iPhone or iPod touch version.