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Tuesday, 08 February 2011 09:36

iOS to get NBA Jam

Written by David Stellmack


EA Mobile to remake it
Apple iOS owners will get a chance to experience the remake of NBA Jam that made its way to the console market late last year. The iOS version will feature all of the fun that the console remake included, with all of the play modes and rosters. Of course, the special features and secret characters will also be included.

No word yet from EA Mobile on when we can expect the iOS version of NBA Jam to be released, but a trailer is making the rounds to give you a peek at what you can expect it to look like. If it plays as well as it looks in the trailer we expect a lot of iPhone users to be on fire when it is finally released.
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