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Crayon Physics Deluxes out now

Crayon Physics Deluxe, an iPhone and iPod Touch game developed by Hudson, is now available in the App Store for $4.99. Players draw objects on the screen using the multi-touch feature of the iPhone and iPod Touch. The goal of the game is to get the ball to the star in the 50 levels of the game. Fans of drawing and Line Rinder, get your five dollars to get this awesome game!


i Love Katamari controls improved

i Love Katamari, Namco Bandai, iPod touch, iPhoneNamco Bandai’s iPhone and iPod Touch game i Love Katamari has received a new patch today. Fans of the Katamari Damacy series were complaining about the unresponsive controls and many other little errors in the game. Version 1.0.1 of the game should offer improved control response and a new on-screen tilt indicator similar to the one in SEGA’s Super Monkey Ball. i Love Katamari is available in the App Store for $7.99.


Crystal Defenders Final Fantasy styled tower defense game

Square Enix, the king of the RPG-genre, has released the Final Fantasy styled tower defense game Crystal Defenders in the App Store. This defensive strategy game places you in jobs such as Soldiers and Black Mages to fend off approaching enemies to prevent them from stealing your crystals. The game looks stunning, but downside of the title is the game’s control stick that takes up half of the screen. The game costs $7.99 and has a free Lite version as well.


Up There pops up in App Store

Up There is a remake of the TI-83 game Fall Down. This iPhone and iPod Touch game is developed by Veiled Games and is now available in the App Store for $1.99. You’re a little ball that needs to dodge walls that become bigger and bigger. In Up There you control a balloon that wants to rise by tilting your device. Objects such as stars, clouds, lumber, branches and other obstacles will get in your way and might kill the balloon. It’s up to you to make sure that the balloon survives this risky trip upwards. Have a look at the gameplay trailer released by the developer and you’ll want it for its graphical style alone.


Rolando now available in App Store

Rolando, a game developed by Ngmoco, is a game that we’ve been looking forward to for the last couple of months, and now it’s finally available for iPhone and iPod Touch. For just $9.99 you get probably one of the best mobile games ever on your iPhone or iPod Touch. For more info on this great game, use our site’s search function or check out the Rolando site.

  • Interactive Environments: Manipulate more than a dozen gizmos, including lifts, catapults and bomb dispensers
  • Fun with Physics: Rolandos can bounce on trampolines, push blocks and nudge bombs and sleeping Rolandos
  • Rich, Intuitive Controls: Use Tilt and Multi-touch to guide the Rolandos and manipulate their world
  • Signature Art Style: Visuals by pop-culture illustrator Mikko Walamies and music by renowned break-beat artist Mr. Scruff
  • iSave and iTunes compatible: Progress is saved and restored automatically when play is stopped or interrupted
  • Global Leader Boards: Compare scores and Achievements with other players online
    Epic Adventure: Four unique worlds and 36 engaging levels

Rolando: The Day Before Launch trailer

Tomorrow, Rolando will be launched into the App Store for iPhone and iPod Touch. This game, developed by HandCircus and published by Ngmoco, contains 36 levels filled with colorful but dangerous enemies. You can manipulate the levels by rotating, sliding, dragging, pressing buttons and so on. In some of the bonus levels you will be able to rotate the level just by using the accelerometer.


Toy Bot Diaries Entry 3 now available

Toy Bot Diaries Entry 3, IUGO, iPhone, iPod TouchToday IUGO has released the third and final episode of Toy Bot Diaries, a puzzle platformer that gives you control over Toy Bot. This cute little robot has a magnetic grappling hook and magnetic boots that give him the power to get past all possible obstacles. In his third adventure, Toy Bot goes to space and explores colorful levels to regain his memories. The first two parts of the game were very amusing and received high reviews. The game is now available for $3.99 in the App Store.


Rolando coming out December 18th

Neil Young from Ngmoco has announced via Twitter that their iPhone and iPod Touch game Rolando will come out on December 18th in the App Store. Rolando is the first big title developed by Ngmoco, a studio founded by former Electronic Arts employee Neil Young. Rolando will be sold in the App Store for $9.99, here’s a feature list of the game:

  • Interactive Environments: Manipulate more than a dozen gizmos, including lifts, catapults and bomb dispensers
  • Fun with Physics: Rolandos can bounce on trampolines, push blocks and nudge bombs and sleeping Rolandos
  • Rich, Intuitive Controls: Use Tilt and Multi-touch to guide the Rolandos and manipulate their world
  • Signature Art Style: Visuals by pop-culture illustrator Mikko Walamies and music by renowned break-beat artist Mr. Scruff
  • iSave and iTunes compatible: Progress is saved and restored automatically when play is stopped or interrupted
  • Global Leader Boards: Compare scores and Achievements with other players online
    Epic Adventure: Four unique worlds and 36 engaging levels

Click here to visit the Rolando gamesite.


I Love Katamari for iPhone out now

I Love Katamari, Namco, iPhone, iPod TouchNamco has released the popular consolegame I Love Katamari for iPhone and iPod Touch in the App Store. The game became popular on Sony’s PlayStation 2 and came also out for the Xbox 360 and PSP. In this iPhone-version, the King of All Cosmos has accidentally knocked out all the stars of the sky. Prince needs to put the twinkle back in the heavens, and you have to help him with his mission! That’s just the story mode, the game also features time attack, eternal mode and exact size challenge mode. I Love Katamari costs $7.99 in the App Store.


Dizzy Bee 2 out now

Dizzy Bee 2, iPhone, iPod Touch, Igloo GamesA few days ago, Igloo Games announced that Dizzy Bee 2 was coming to the App Store. Today the developer released the sequel to the popular Dizzy Bee iPhone and iPod Touch game. In this new colorful adventure, you need to help your Fruit Friends make their way through grinding gears, past wild turrets and around sticky webs. Dizzy Bee 2 costs you $2.99. Here’s the game’s feature list one more time:

  • Nearly 90 levels including Easy variations and Bonus Stages.
  • Tons of new enemies.
  • Power ups! Finally the good guys strike back.
  • New bonus level rules!
  • Difficulty levels: Choose “Easy” and “Normal”
  • Finer control. You can hold your iPod Touch/iPhone flat to move enemies and good guys with more precision. (No more “too flat” warnings!)
  • More Fruit Friends.
  • Additional time bonus scoring. Beat levels faster if you’d like some extra points.
  • Auto sleep function has been greatly improved.

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