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NCsoft throws us a chicken bone with freemium mobile game

6:30 PM on 02.28.2012 // Victoria Medina

NCsoft's Hoppin' Chicken, formerly known as iHop -- Getaway Chicken, is not only undergoing a name change, but is also making the move from a purchasable game to freemium. New features, including extra gameplay modes, purchasable booster items and collectible ending illustrations have been added for the re-release of the title. 

NCsoft recently released another iOS game, trying to broaden their fanbase with more than just MMOs. Of course there's nothing wrong with that, but they do make some nice online multiplayer games.




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