Break an Official Guinness World Record for a Buck

For a limited time only, get the Guinness World Record iPhone/iPod touch app for $0.99. An 80% discount!

How To Break an Official Guinness World Record?

Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and Guinness World Records challenged iPhone and iPod touch owners to become a certified Guinness World Records record holder. By playing the “Video Game Score” challenge in the Guinness World Records game app and holding the world record for most points on August 15, 2009, one player will be immortalized by having their name recorded in the Guinness World Records 2010 Gamer’s Edition as the iPhone gaming champion.

To participate, consumers first download the Guinness World Records game on the App Store. Once in the game they create a GameSpy account so their score can be verified and recorded remotely. Every player has a customizable avatar that roams the globe to find and enter competitions. The “Video Game Score” competition can be found in the Cape Canaveral area. With the press of a button, players can sync their score for each game to their GameSpy account.

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About Guinness World Records iPhone App

  • 36 Outrageous Competitions to be Played on iPhone or iPod Touch, Including Sheep Shearing, BMX Back Flips, Human Cannonball and the Longest Burp
  • First iPhone app to Feature GameSpy Online Technology. Regional and Buddy-Based Leaderboards Allow Players to Upload and Earn System High-Score and Post It Online to See Where They Rank in Their State, Country and the World
  • Challenges Can Be Played Solo or Multi-player
  • Developed by TT Games, Creator of Best-Selling Console Games “Guinness World Records: The Videogame” and “LEGO: Batman”

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  • http://moretouch.blogspot.com/ Richard

    I think that it is pretty stupid to have to pay to play for this one. That means that those who do not have the money to buy an iPod Touch/ iPhone *and* apps will never be recognized as awesome gamers. And yes, there are people like that, for example people who got and iPod/ iPhone for their birthday.

  • http://moretouch.blogspot.com/ Richard

    I think that it is pretty stupid to have to pay to play for this one. That means that those who do not have the money to buy an iPod Touch/ iPhone *and* apps will never be recognized as awesome gamers. And yes, there are people like that, for example people who got and iPod/ iPhone for their birthday.