Electronic Arts Inc. (ERTS), the world's biggest video game publisher, on Thursday began offering music from its titles through Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) popular iTunes online download store.

The move from EA comes as game makers explore ways to use the Internet to distribute, sell and market games and other content.

EA said songs will be priced like others on the system at 99 cents each.

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The company, which is also offering ringtones for $2.99, already sells games like "Tetris" and "Sudoku" on iTunes for $4.99.

A list of available music is at www.ea.com/eatrax, which links users to iTunes.

Since video games are popular with the same younger consumers sought by musicians, acts like Good Charlotte, Jet, Franz Ferdinand, Scissor Sisters, Arctic Monkeys and Fabolous have teamed with EA to help launch their careers.