The Hunger Games have landed in movie theaters everywhere, and while you can now watch the exploits of Katniss, Peeta, and all the tributes on the big screen, you can also enjoy a ton of related content right on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. That includes games, books, wallpapers, and more -- If the odds are ever in your favor...
Hunger Games: Girl on Fire is a free universal game for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad sponsored by Lion's Gate films and made by the extremely talented people behind indie game sensation, Canabalt [$2.99 - Download now. It's a bit of a prequel to the story in the first book and movie, and you play as Katniss as he tries to hunt for food for her family and avoid Tracker Jacker wasps from the Capitol. Game Center support means you can get some competition going too.
While Apple's iBooks doesn't seem to have the Hunger Games available yet, Amazon's Kindle sure does. It's 388 Kindle pages and text-to-speech is enabled. There are also links to the hardcover, paperback, Audio CD, and Audible copy via Amazon right on the Kindle edition page. Convenience.
If you prefer to listen to the Hunger Games, iTunes offers it in an unabridged recording read by Carolyn McCormick. It weighs in at a hefty 11 hours, 12 minutes, so if you're a big commuter, runner, walker, or just prefer to listen than to read, there's a lot here to keep you busy.
Amazon has an entire Hunger Games store set up, so if games and books aren't enough and you want any number of t-shirts and tie-ins, emblems and action figures, they're ready and waiting for you!
Just get a new iPad and to show your love for the movie (or books)? Here are your iPad Retina Hunger Games wallpapers. And never fear, if you have a previous generation iPad or an iPhone or iPod touch you can scale and position them to look perfect on your device as well.
Lastly, if you've watched it, jump into our Movies & TV Forum and give us your Hunger Games review. Good as the book? Better? Go see it in the theaters and wait and catch it on our iPhones and iPads via iTunes?