NAMCO Releases Cross-Platform Casual Game ‘Toss the Ball’

NAMCO, makers of the all-time classic PAC-MAN, have released a new Android game into the market today.  Called Toss the Ball, it’s a casual game built on a simple premise – users toss a ball down a skeeball-like board. What makes it so fun and instantly addicting? Cross-platform support from OpenFeint for starters. Throw in a number of gameplay modes and boards, unlockable achievements (boards, balls, etc), and sharp and colorful graphics and you see why. Toss the Ball is a free download for Android devices running 2.2 or higher and can be found in the Android Market today!

Click on through for screenshots and download links!

[app]com.namcobandaigames.rolltheball[/app]

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