However, the other three games, Galaga G 30th Edition, Gaplus G 30th Edition, and Galaga '88 G 30th Edition, are included as in-app purchases. Players can buy each game individually for $2.99, $2.99 and $3.99 respectively. Though, you can buy all three for $7.99. Each game features modernized visuals with nearly identical play presented in a quasi-arcade cabinet with touch-controlled virtual joystick and fire buttons.
But going deeper than simply improved graphics, Namco included customizable ships and a Score Attack mode that allows players to post their highest scores to Twitter and Facebook. And, because this is 2011 and no game is complete without them it seems, Namco threw in achievements, too. The legendary publisher seems to be on a retro spree, as it recently released new versions of Pac-Man to Facebook. But alas, my days drag on without a new Q*Bert.
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