Tong Zhang
(Senior Editor)
11/08/10 09:01 AM
Namco Announces Game Titles for Windows Phone 7, Flight Control, Puzzle Quest 2 and More

It's good to see more game publishers planning to bring their popular games to Windows Phone 7 platform. Namco today announced 5 games that are already popular on the iiPhone, Nintendo DS and other handheld platforms to Windows Phone 7. Here is more info on these Windows Phone 7 games from Namcom:

Flight Control ? As a Windows Phone 7 launch title and the number one paid app in Europe to date, players act as an air traffic controller that must guide their planes to safety. Gameplay includes six unique airfields and 10 types of aircraft. In addition, the Windows Phone 7 game includes an all-new exclusive map, featuring moving aerial obstacles. As blimps calmly drift across the screen impeding runway flight paths, it's up to the controller to guide the aircraft around them.





More Brain Exercise ? The world-renowned Dr. Kawashima is back with 15 new puzzlers scientifically-proven to stimulate different regions of the brain including visual perception, memory and logic.

i Love Katamari ? Control a highly-adhesive ball called Katamari. The goal is to make the katamari as large as possible by running over and collecting objects of increasing size.

PAC-MAN ? The most recognized video game icon (according to Guinness Book of World Records), PAC-MAN, is chomping its way to Windows Phone 7.



Puzzle Quest 2 ? As another Windows Phone 7 launch title, the highly-acclaimed match-3/role playing sequel has the user exploring the immersive fantasy world using mana gems, spells and weapons as they attempt to reclaim the once peaceful village of Verloren.






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