Namco Bandai has performed a cull on some of its games on the App Store, eliminating certain titles and their sequels. The Katamari games are gone, as is Ridge Racer and Noby Noby Boy. No reason for the takedowns has been given.
Writing in the iTunes descriptions for certain games, Namco says “We regret to inform you that service for this application will be terminated as of 3/30/2015.”
Additionally, the firm points out that “items already purchased may be used until service termination,” and that “upon service termination, guarantees of operation no longer apply.”
By all accounts, The Trace is a winner. This mystery adventure game puts you in the (gum)shoes of a detective on the case of a murder, but you’ll have to be wily to solve it. If you’ve been playing it and you’ve found yourself stuck, or would just like a little extra hand, be sure to check out this Gamezebo walkthrough.
Stretchy dogs? Check. Meat world? Check. Free to play? Check. Basically, there’s no reason not to play Silly Sausage in Meat Land, a fun quirky game about a dog going from doghouse to doghouse one stretch at a time. From 148Apps’ 4 out of 5 star review:
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