NBC.com Debuts Heroes Comic Reader and The Office Golf Game on Apple App Store
For iPhone and iPod touch users who are fans of The Office and Heroes, NBC.com has a special summer treat.
Universal City, CA.- June 4, 2009 - NBC.com today announced two new applications are available for iPhone and iPod touch on the Apple App Store. The Heroes Comic Reader and The Office Golf Game.
The Office Golf Game lets users play their own mini putt golf from the comfort of their own office, or wherever their iPhone or iPod touch takes them. They can putt through Office-based obstacles on four custom nine-hole courses, challenge friends, and even compare their course ranking with other iPhone and iPod touch golfers.
With the Heroes Comic Reader, the epic drama continues in the palm of your hand. Fans can pick up where the on-air story leaves off with original graphic novels that extend and deepen stories and characters. Now that's an extraordinary ability!
The Office Golf Game and the Heroes Comic Reader are available for $1.99 and $4.99 respectively from Apple's App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore/.
The Office on NBC.com: http://www.nbc.com/The_Office/
Heroes on NBC.com: http://www.nbc.com/Heroes
NBC.com, the Emmy Award-winning broadcast network website, is a leading online and mobile destination for television and interactive entertainment. With both derivative and web-exclusive programming, NBC.com pioneered the "360" experience with "Heroes 360," which gave viewers a way to extend their entertainment experience beyond the broadcast, and the first weekly social networking experience attached to a primetime entertainment program with "Dunder Mifflin Infinity." The site offers full episode streaming of many NBC Entertainment shows as well as short clips, interactive games and social networking, including user-generated content. NBC.com continually develops new ways for consumers to experience entertainment content on both existing and emerging platforms. The site is the recipient of multiple Emmy and Webby awards for its content and applications. Please log on to www.nbc.com to learn more.