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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.

TouchGrove giving away 24k Gold Bezel iPod Touch

TouchGrove, LED Football 2, iPod Touch, iPhoneTouchGrove sent us an e-mail to let us know that they’re having a crazy contest for the upcoming release of LED Football 2. The game is coming out December 22th, and they are giving away a free 24k Computer Choppers Gold Bezel iPod Touch 1.0 pre-loaded with a unique limited edition copy of the LED Football 2 game. Check out the LED Football 2 site to enter the contest. Click through to find out more about LED Football 2. Read the rest of this entry »

More Metal Gear Solid Touch info

Metal Gear Solid Touch, Konami, iPhone, iPod TouchThis week Konami announced the development of four iPhone games in the latest edition of Famitsu. Today, 1UP and IGN received some more information on probably the best game of the four Konami games for iPhone, namely Metal Gear Solid Touch. Fans of the series will probably be disappointed to hear that the game is actually a more simple less stealthy version of Metal Gear Solid. The developers wanted to create a quick touch-screen controlled shooting game that can be played on the train. Simply by tapping on the screen you’ll be able to shoot down an enemy. By developing this popular title, Kojima Productions wants to explore iPhone gamedevelopment to see what’s possible for the future.

Baseball Superstars 2009 now available

Gamevil, Baseball Superstars 2009, iPhone, iPod TouchMobile developer Gamevil has released its iPhone and iPod Touch game Baseball Superstars 2009 in the App Store for $4.99. The arcade-style look and feel of the game have been updated, and the game’s controls offer a lot of new stuff. The multi-touch controls are said to be very easy and accessible for all players. The game includes four stadiums, ten teams and five game modes including a character customization mode.

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

Realtech Iron Fist Boxing knocks iPhone knockout

Realtech Iron Fist Boxing is the first iPhone and iPod Touch game developed by Realtech VR. This 3D realtime arcade game brings unique fighting styles including muey thai and kick boxing along with sixteen different characters to your iPhone or iPod Touch. The game contains three camera views, high quality music by Karybe and Scylla and crowd sound effects. Read the rest of this entry »

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.

HydroTilt ball-rolling game now available

HydroTilt, iPhone, iPod Touch, Publisher XHydroTilt, a game developed by Publisher X, is now available in the App Store for $2.99. The game is controlled by tilting the iPhone or iPod Touch and lets the player guide a droplet of water through 30 colorful levels. Your droplet of water can be frozen, heated until vapor is formed or it can change into other forms. It looks like Mercury Meltdown Revolution and seems to be offering a lot of new features compared to other ball-rolling games. Get it now, because on January 5th it will cost $4.99!

Metal Gear Solid heading to iPhone

Konami, iPhone, Metal Gear Solid Touch, iPod Touch

A few weeks ago, Konami placed a flash teaser on the Kojima Productions website. Back then people thought that the new Metal Gear Solid game would be an exclusive for Xbox 360 or Wii, but now a scan of the latest Famitsu edition shows that Hideo Kojima’s new Metal Gear Solid game is heading to iPhone. From the scans we can tellt hat the game will look similar to Metal Gear Solid 4 with touchscreen controls. The Metal Gear franchise is very popular on video game systems, so this could be another title that will make iPhone gaming something huge. We currently don’t have any extra information on this promising title.

Source: GamePlanet

Black Mamba Racer

Black Mamba Racer, iPhone, iPod Touch, StarbyteDo you remember the golden age of video arcades? They were dark, smelly places where spotty teenage boys would crowd around the latest cabinets as loud music, bright neon and happy smiles filled the room. Alas it seems that the video arcade is a dying institution now as home consoles provide just as much power and gaming with your mates means playing someone online that could well be on the other side of the world! In those days games seemed somewhat purer, simpler, more honest, straightforward and immediate. They were also usually very hard. Read the rest of this entry »