Published in partnership with Activision, the Blackberry version of the game features four "authentic" guitars and three venues, with 15 instantly accessible tracks taken from the original console release, including "Cherub Rock," "Miss Murder," "Monsters," "Suck My Kiss," and "Trippin' on a Hole." Subscribers will be able to update their song collections with three new songs every month, adding up to over 150 unique levels across three difficulty levels after a year. Already available on two mobile carriers in the U.S., Guitar Hero III Mobile will be available on the top four networks in the country in April.
"With Guitar Hero III Mobile, we pushed the boundaries of innovation for mobile gaming and as a result are enjoying incredible success working directly with all our distribution partners," said Michael Temkin, chief technology officer at Hands-On Mobile. "We are thrilled to bring this game to the Blackberry platform for customers around the world."
The game will be distributed exclusively by Magmic Games through its Bplay.com website. Blackberry owners interested in the game can simply go to the site and select Guitar Hero III Mobile from the list of available titles. More information about the game is available at guitarheromobile.com.
"As shown by its success, Hands-On Mobile has done a great job of carrying Guitar Hero over to the mobile platform," said RedOctane Executive Vice President Charles Huang. "With the addition of Blackberry customers, even more fans can now feed their Guitar Hero addictions."