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Friday, 01 July 2011 09:28

James Pond returns again

Written by David Stellmack
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This time on iOS in Deathly Shallows
James Pond was a game that I remember well when I spent a lot of time playing on my Sega Genesis. Electronic Arts has been home to this fish of mystery that has battled villains over the years in sequels like Codename Robocod and Operation Starfish. James Pond has returned again to battle the forces of evil on iPhone and iPad in his latest adventure called Deathly Shallows.

The new James Pond offering has a number of new mysteries to solve, and you can pick it up from the Apple App Store for just $.99 (yes that is 99 cents, under one dollar). While James Pond titles have appeared on a number of platforms over the years, it is currently unknown if Electronic Arts has any intention of bring the title to any other platform. We suspect it will all depend on sales.


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