KISS, the juggernaut of licensing and merchandising, has teamed up with Spark of Blue, a new company specializing in bite-size entertainment for smartphones and other Internet-connected devices to bring Virtual Concert Lighters to the iPhone and iPod touch. The KISS Virtual Concert Lighter is now available to coincide with the band's recently launched 35th anniversary world tour.
Through a deal brokered by Signatures Network, the KISS Virtual Concert Lighter is the first of several licensed tour lighters available at the App Store this summer. Other bands/artists soon to have their own Virtual Concert Lighters include THE WHO, POISON, and LIL WAYNE.
Features of the KISS Virtual Concert Lighter include:
* Free upgrades for life — new features will constantly be created for the Virtual Concert Lighters
* Fully customizable with a choice of 24 full-color official KISS lighter cases.
* Unique scrolling text marquee
* Realistic flame sways and moves as you move your hand
* Dynamic sound effects and musical riffs
The KISS Virtual Concert Lighter can be purchased in the App Store for only $.99.
For more information about this and other Spark of Blue applications and games for iPhone and iPod touch, please visit www.sparkofblue.com.
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