Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile Now Available

Posted: Dec 2 2008, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:04pm CDT , in Gaming


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Fans of Guitar Hero World Tour on console platforms looking for some music action on their mobile phone will be glad to hear that Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile is now available. The game was developed by Hands-On Mobile in partnership with Activision. Mobile players can play tracks on drums or the guitar.

The game is available as of today on all nationwide carriers and will be available for the Android operating system in the coming months. The game also offers multiplayer capabilities and allows gamers to battle head to head regardless of their carrier. The fifteen tracks the game offers are all MP3 quality.

“The Guitar Hero franchise has witnessed unprecedented success and will undoubtedly continue to thrive as one of the leading multi-platform entertainment franchises on the market today. We are excited to be an extension of this phenomenon and provide consumers with a dynamic Guitar Hero mobile phone experience,” said JJ Lechleiter, Senior Product Manager. “With the addition of drums, MP3 quality sound on more devices and innovative multiplayer capabilities, we are confident fans and casual players alike will enjoy all that Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile has to offer.”

Via Guitar Hero

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