Video game industry-supported charity OneBigGame announced the release of WINtA, a free-to-play game designed by NanaOn-Sha's Masaya Matsuura (PaRappa the Rapper, Vib-Ribbon) and developed by Dutch outfit Triangle Studios (Heron: Steam Machine) to iPhone and iPod Touch.

In WINtA (War Is Not The Answer), players tap on-screen cues along with the lyrics of a song, not to the beat. Though the game only includes one track, there's an option to buy more songs ($0.99 each) and download free music that will be added every week.

The music game also features support for Ngmoco's Plus+ network, allowing players to compare scores with others around the world on the online leaderboards. They'll be able to unlock awards designed to show off their WINtA achievements, too.

As with OneBigGame's first published title, Zoe Mode's Chime, OneBigGame will donate proceeds from WINtA's music sales to non-profits like Save the Children and Starlight Children's Foundation.

"We are thrilled to release WINtA to iPhone and iPod touch gamers everywhere," says OneBigGame directorMartin de Ronde. "WINtA showcases the talents and hard work generously donated pro bono by Triangle Studios, NanaOn-Sha, and ngmoco, all in the spirit of our charity initative."

The publisher has previously shown off an iPad edition of WINtA, which will release at a later date and have same-screen multiplayer, support for ambidextrous controls (play with both hands at the same time), and a song editor for importing/creating tracks.