Left Behind Games Tunes Into iTunes
9:19 AM | Anthony Wang | 6 comments
Gamasutra reports Left Behind Games has added Apple's iTunes functionality into one of their games, Left Behind: Eternal Forces.
According to the article, gamers will be able to create their own playlists and click iTunes links within the game to purchase music. Furthermore, after you complete a level, its reward screen will show links to selected music.
"After each game level you win, a reward screen pops up with the name of the song and artist," Jeff Frichner, Left Behind Games president and co-founder told website Infoworld. "The link takes the person to the album track on the iTunes site."It is unknown at this point if Left Behind: Eternal Forces will be coming to the Mac. Please follow the links below to learn more information.
"We believe consumers want choices and prefer interactive advertising, rather than interruptive ads," said Troy Lyndon, CEO, Left Behind Games. "We are delighted to provide these music links as an added value to our gamers."
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