Roll Around to Restore the Memory of ‘the Kings of All Cosmos’
Namco Bandai’s highly admired cult classic ‘I Love Katamari’ has made its way to the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace. Available at Zune marketplace for $6.99, you can now enjoy the weirdest Japanese puzzle game that has the insane emperor ‘the King of All Cosmos’, right on your phone.
Download this Namco Bandai app on your Windows Phone 7 and you will be instantly welcomed with a captivating soundtrack that will arouse your gaming mood.
Know more about “I Love Katamari”
If you are new to I Love Katamari, the game primarily involves pushing a ball around, called a Katamari, for collecting things by touching them with the objective of bringing back the King’s memory. As more objects stick over the ball, its size keeps on increasing and that eventually allows you to pick bigger items like buildings, giant bits, and bobs in the later stages. You can pick to stick pencils, car bumpers, milk bottles, shoji, and much more. While collecting objects, you can view your achievements, check leaderboard statistics, and look at your records as well.
Modes in “I Love Katamari”
The game involves eight different sceneries and four game types to keep you engrossed, including ‘Story Mode’, ‘Time Attack Mode’, ‘Exact Size Challenge Mode’, and ‘Eternal Mode’.
Story Mode includes collecting certain objects to increase the size of the ball up to a certain extent. By doing so, you will be promoted to the next level of the game, while failure will take you to the start. On the other hand, Time Attack Mode, as the name says, is all about increasing the size of the ball within a specific time period.
In Exact Size Challenge Mode you have to roll the ball to increase its size to a target size to move on, while in External Mode you can continue playing.
I Love Katamari’s gameplay is quite easy and simple to grasp. By using your Windows Phone 7-based phone’s accelerometer, you can move Katamari around over a range of objects. When it comes to the visuals of the game, they are cute and fun to look at.
Check out how enticing the game looks on your Windows Phone 7- in the below clip.