The Pulse of Radio reports that NINE INCH NAILS is planning to release its own branded version of the iPhone music game TapTap Revenge, according to Billboard.com. The special edition of the popular game will include 16 songs from the band's most recent albums, "The Slip" and the all-instrumental "Ghosts I - IV". Some of the tracks have been re-edited or remixed specifically for the game. A statement from developer Tapulous added that this edition of the game will have a "special NIN look and feel." The game will cost five dollars and be available at the iPhone App Store this month.
NINE INCH NAILS frontman Trent Reznor recently asked fans to take an online survey, saying, "As we've moved from the familiar world of record labels and BS into the unknown world of doing everything yourself, we've realized it would benefit us and our ability to interact with you if we knew more about what you want, what you like, what you look like naked, etc."
Reznor offered a video download of a live performance to everyone who completed the questionnaire, hinting at other prizes as well.
NINE INCH NAILS begins a three-week South American tour on Thursday (October 2) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, before resuming its North American trek on October 23 in San Antonio.
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