I'm about to play a game (is it really a game?) that I never thought would work on an iPhone...on an iPhone.
Coming soon to the App Store is Noby Noby Boy, that game you downloaded for your PS3 that made you scratch your head and wonder what was going on. You'll stretch BOY to get to GIRL, and growth can be passed onto GIRL and all details can be shared via Facebook. It's all done via...imagination?
The App features a clock, a memo pad, a sounds player, real-time video and a web browser. It also supports the phone's camera so that you can attach and mail images. Crazy. Namco admits that it's hard to explain. I'm going to play it now. While I do that, here's some pictures that will hopefully help you understand a bit more. They didn't help me much.
I'll get back with you when I figure out what the hell is going on.
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