TOURNAMENT Twitter app themed around the classic action game PAC-MAN - Includes a commemorative Galaga 30th Anniversary skin!

NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc. today released PAC’N TWIT , a client for iPhone and iPod touch app that allows Twitter to be used easily. The app was originally released on February 3, 2011 in Japan. This new international version comes with a bonus skin commemorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of Galaga, celebrated on July 23, 2011.

What is PAC’N TWIT?

PAC’N TWIT is an application that lets you use Twitter’s global communication network more simply and comfortably. The PAC-MAN design layout was designed to be intuitive and easy to read on iPhone and iPod touch screens. It includes all the standard Twitter functions, including retweeting, direct mail, and management of favorites and lists.

Change skins for more fun!

The app comes with skins for PAC-MAN and Galaga ’88 as well as a special skin commemorating Galaga’s 30th anniversary on July 23, 2011.

A classic tune plays when you refresh your timeline!

When you update your timeline, characters on the screen move around to classic PAC-MAN and Galaga melodies. Switch your sound on and enjoy.

Spin the roulette wheel for bonus wallpaper!

When users post a certain number of tweets through the program, a roulette wheel will spin. A win will result in getting a puzzle piece. Once a puzzle is complete, it can be used as iPhone and iPod touch wallpaper. There are two wallpapers for each skin. The beautifully drawn Galaga 30th Anniversary skins both feature the 30th anniversary logo prominently at the center. One shows Galaga invading, while the other depicts a fighter as it shoots through space. Both are well-suited for display on your iPhone or iPod touch screen.

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