Today two mediocre iPhone and iPod Touch games were dropped in price. First up is Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, this game droped from $9.99 to $7.99. The controls in this game were pretty limited, and the gameplay is pretty short. Second game is Kroll, this title dropped from $7.99 to $4.99. It’s a beautiful game, but the gameplay is just a little too simple to keep you entertained long enough.
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SciFly: Dogfight, a 3D flying game that will be competing with F-15 Dogfight, will become available in the App Store in a couple of days. Get ready to blast enemies away with lasers, machine guns, missiles, flak cannons and other heavy material. The game includes aircrafts like the Phonenix, Gladiator and Viper, and it contains different environments such as Utopia and Barren.
Snakeheadsoftware is currently working hard on F-15 Dogfight, the very first true dogfight game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. You sit in the cockpit of an F-15 Eagle flying over the Persian Gulf. While flying you ned to head to head against enemy warplanes to gain rank. F-15 Dogfight should come out somewhere in November.
PopCap Games has dropped the price of Bejeweled 2 from $7.99 to just $2.99. Bejeweled 2 is an extremely popular and addictve puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. This gem-swapping puzzler has is hours of high-carat fun with three entranincing modes with Power Gems and Hyper Cubes, The more you’ll play this game, they more you’ll get into it and the more highscores you’ll break! It’s a steal at only $2.99, so you have no reason to not buy this terrific game, and hurry up because this is a limited edition offer!
In Low Grav Racer for the iPhone and iPod Touch you control a ship flying on low gravity circuits. By picking up special items and lightning bolts you can get to the finish even faster. Fans of futuristic racegames will immediately think of WipeOut when they see the video of the game. Low Grav Racer is developed by CobraMobile, the studio behind Mouse About and Numba. The game should come out soon.
To promote the upcoming animation film Bolt, Disney has released a small free game called RhinoBall for the iPod Touch and iPhone. In this accelerometer based game you control Rhino, a cute little hamster, who rolls his way to his friend Bolt, a dog. On your way there you need to collect as many lightning bolts as you can to end the level. It’s a quite simple game but it’s nice as a freebie.
This morning there were a few new Lite versions of iPhone and iPod Touch games available in the App Store. First of all there’s Virus Lite, a free demo that lets you play with white blood cells that need to fill up your screen while avoiding viruses. For those who don’t like playing with blood there’s a Pac-Man Lite version that allows you to try out the first level of this classic. Rock’n'Roll Lite gives you a free chance to try out three levels of the full game. We recently reviewed Rock’n'Roll and gave it a four out of five.
rRootage is a port of a shoot’em-up game developed by Kenta Cho for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Your goal is to constantly fire against an enemy mothership while avoiding attacks. The game was developed by Lazrhog and will be available for free in the App Store soon.
Ngmoco has released two of its new games for the iPhone and iPod Touch in the App Store. First title is Topple, available for just $0.99. In this game you need to stack weird shapes using the multi-touch controls to slide and rotate them into the position you want them to be. The second title is MazeFinger, a free maze puzzle game with more than a thousand unique mazes that you navigate by using your finger on the screen of your iPod Touch or iPhone. Every maze has hidden traps and other things that might get in your way. By playing through the 200 levels you can unlock new achievements.
When Spore: Origins for iPod Touch and iPhone launched, you had to pay $9.99 to get this EA Mobile game to your Apple device. Today EA Mobile has dropped the price of its game to just $7.99. In Spore: Origins, developed by the creator of The Sims, you play as a single-celled organism that needs to eat small pieces of DNA to avoid predators from eating you.
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