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Radius now only $0.99 for two days

Pattern Making, iPhone, iPhone 3G, RadiusRadius has been available for a while now but if you buy it in the coming two days, then you pay only $0.99, that’s $3 cheaper than usual. It’s a simple but enjoyable game perfect to kill some time, and some enemies that just keep rotating. For only $0.99 this is a steal.


Disney’s All Star Cards for the iPhone not that good

  • Author: Mr Sandeman
  • Filed under: Card, iPhone
  • Date: Aug 6,2008

Disney\'s All Star Cards, Disney, iPhone 3G, Apple, App StoreMickey, Donald, Goofy and many other Disney characters are challenging each other in Disney’s All Star Cards for the iPhone. The game is out since yesterday and so far it has been have poor reviews in the App Store. It features card games like Hearts, Go Fish and Crazy 8’s and there’s some downloadable content with Solitaire and Memory Master in the makings. It’s a little pricey, Disney’s All Star Cards will be yours for $9.99.


Artificial Life announces first iPhone title VBotAttack

  • Author: Mr Sandeman
  • Filed under: Action, iPhone
  • Date: Aug 6,2008

VBotAttack, iPhone 3G, Artificial Life, AppleArtificial Life is proud to announce its very first game for Apple’s iPhone, VBotAttack. The game combines 2D and 3D, will have nice vector graphics, gameplay combining both action and puzzles and it uses the iPhone’s touchscreen and accelerometer. You play with VBot who has to kill enemy robots and solve puzzles on his way. Artificial Life has been creative in selecting its level settings, you’ll be planing in cranes, lava pools and conveyor belts.


Colorful PuzzLoop now available for iPhone

  • Author: Mr Sandeman
  • Filed under: iPhone, Puzzle
  • Date: Aug 6,2008

iPhone 3G, PuzzLoop, Hudson, ApplePuzzLoop started as an arcade game back in 1998 and ever since games like Luxor and Zuma have been trying to do the some trick. You see a bunch of colorful things rolling over your screen in a line and you have to make matches to make them go away. The game has off course innovative iPhone touch-controls and has an extremely colorful look. You can pick up PuzzLoop from Hudson in the App Store for $7.99. Hudson also announced that it’s planning to develop more iPhone-games in the coming months.


More Star Wars: The Force Unleashed screenshots

  • Author: Mr Sandeman
  • Filed under: Action, iPhone
  • Date: Aug 6,2008

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, THQ Wireless, iPhone 3GTHQ Wireless has released some new screenshots and information of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed for the iPhone. They showed the game off at E3 2008 as well and the first impressions of the game were pretty good. The controls seem to work good and intuitive. Not only will this game have a single player mode, it also features a survival mode.


mophie Juice Pack gives your iPhone 3G more game power

mophie, Juice Pack, iPhone 3G, AppleWhen you use your iPhone 3G for gaming, the battery of your precious gaming device is losing its power extremely fast. For iPhone gamers who want to game with more power there is the mophie Juice Pack for the iPhone 3G. There was already a Juice Pack for the iPhone and the iPod Touch, and now there’s one for the new iPhone 3G. This battery pack extends the battery life of the iPhone with 350 hours of standby time, six hours of 3G talk, six hours of 3G internet, 12 hours of 2D talk, eight hours of video playback and 28 hours of audio playback.

It also protects your iPhone from short circuits, over-charge, over-heating and connecting to your iPhone to your computer via USB passthrough so that you can sync and charge at the same time. The iPhone 3G Juice Pack from mophie will come out this September and it will cost $99.95.


DeepSpaceNewt for the iPhone gives us nostalgia

DeepSpaceNewt, DSNewt, Apple, iPhone, DejaVuOne of the few games available for the Apple Newton PDA was DeepSpaceNewt, a space-based strategy game that was also available for the Apple II computer. DejaVu is now giving us a DejaVu with DeepSpaceNewt for the iPhone. You play as either a Stigon bopper or an Amalgamation starship and your goal is to blast seven bells out of your enemy who’s using torpedoes and phasers. $7.99 sure is pricey for an iPhone game, but it’s pure nostalgia for all Mac fanboys. DeepSpaceNewt is retro gaming at its best, and it’s now available in the App Store.


Wannabe Boulder Dash-game Digga now available

Digga, Boulder Dash, iPhone, AppleBoulder Dash imitations enough, but there’s only a few good Boulder Dash wannabe’s out there. Digga is a game that tries to be a Boulder Dash game for the iPhone. You play as Joe the Digga who’s hunting for gold. With 80 levels, nice graphics, loads of boulders falling on your screen and ghosts trying to fool you this game is packed heavy enough for a long trip. Digg is now available in the App Store.


iPhone 3G firmware update v2.0.1 available

iPhone, firmware update, Apple, App Store, syncing

And yet again Apple has released a new update for the iPhone 3G. Since its release the iPhone 3G has had several updates and long syncs. Firmware v2.0.1 of the iPhone firmware speeds up syncing. The new update is 249.2MB and is available via iTunes.


First Toy Bot Diaries details from IUGO

IUGO, Toy Boy Diaries Entry 1, Re-Volt, Shaky Summit, iPhone, AppleIUGO’s first game for Apple’s iPhone is Toy Bot Diaries Entry 1, a game in which you play a little robot with a grapplig hook and magnet boots. The player has to tilt the iPhone to move Toy Bot and has to tap objects to make Toy Bot pick them up. By tapping on Toy Bot he puts on his magnet boots giving him the ability to walk on ceilings and walls. Toy Bot Diaries Entry 1 will be the first episode and will be available soon. IUGO is also working on Re-Volt and Shaky Summit for the iPhone.