It appears that Trent Reznor has found that you can find happiness in, not just slavery, but iPhone games as well.
Tapulous Software has just released a Nine Inch Nails-branded version of their Tap Tap Revenge game. For those not in the know, TTR is a Guitar Hero/Dance Dance Revolution-type game that tests your rhythmic skills as you tap and/or shake your way through gameplay.
The NIN Edition features 13 tracks from the last two Nails albums (GHOSTS I-IV and THE SLIP), hand-picked by Trent himself, as well as unlockable tracks, NIN-themed graphics, and a head-to-head (like a hole?) two-player mode.
BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE! Per NIN's official Myspace page:
"Additionally, Tapulous is giving away floor tickets for every NIN show
between 11/8 and 12/12 – and one winner will get a Les Paul guitar
signed by Trent. To enter, just submit a score of over 150,000 points
on any track in the game."
At US$4.99, it's certainly cheaper than a ticket to a Nails concert — and a HELL of a lot safer than the mosh pit at same.
[Available through the iTunes store]