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Zombie Mansion finally available in App Store

Source IT Software has released Zombie Mansion in the App Store. In October the developer announced that the game would come out in November, but Zombie Mansion had some trouble getting through the approval process. This $4.99 game is the first true First Person Shooter (FPS) for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The game uses the iPhone’s accelerometer for controlling your character. Source IT Software also released a new gameplay video of the game.

Orions: Legend of Wizards Released

Exploring a CityAnother Windows Mobile port, Orions: Legend of Wizards, was released unto the App Store on Dec 9. OLoW, developed by MoreGames Entertainment, is a card game (described by reviewers as being similar to Magic the Gathering) mixed with elements of exploration. Your goal is to explore the Orions, or connected islands, and defeat all the the Orion Lords. The world you explore along with the decks your enemies use are randomly generated, so even if you play the campaign mode multiple times it will always be different. Orions also features 75 different cards and 66 buildings of 6 different types.

The best part is that while it originally retailed for $20 on Windows Mobile, iPhone gamers can pick it up for only 10% of that price ($2) during the introductory period.

*If you plan on downloading it through your phone make sure you have an available Wi-Fi connection, because it’s the only way you can download the 16 MB game.

Astraware releases board games compilation

Astraware Board Games for iPhone and iPod Touch includes classic board games such as Ludo, Checkers, Reversi, Nine Men’s Morris, Tic Tac Toe, Snakes and Ladders, Chess and Backgammon. The games include a range of difficulty levels and customizable rules to make it easy for gamers of all ages. The game is now available in the App Store. Here’s the feature list of Astraware Board Games:

  • Eight classic boardgames in one easy-to-use pack
  • Suitable for casual players & non-experts
  • Touch & slide your piece to move it!
  • Shake your iPhone to shake the dice!
  • Play against a friend on two devices using a local Wi-Fi connection

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Sim City Slated to Release Later This Month

Sim CityEA Mobile has moved into the final stages of production of Sim City, which should release later this month. Kotaku managed to get their hands on an early copy, so head over there to see what the guys thought. Despite a few bugs and minor setbacks from having to use your fingers to place the buildings it seems like Sim City will be a solid, fully functional (not trimmed down from the PC version) launch.

Sim City is expected to retail for $9.99.

EA’s Monopoly now available for iPhone

EA, Electronic Arts, iPhone, iPod Touch, Monopoly: Here & Now The World Edition, Since today Monopoly Here & Now: The World Edition is available for iPhone and iPod Touch in the App Store. For $7.99 you get a real classic that uses the touch-screen controls and the accelerometers of the iPhone. Here is the feature list of the game:

  • Use your touch screen to flick and drag property cards and simulate real-life game experiences
  • 3D view of the board and movers
  • Wi-Fi Multiplayer Mode allows 4 players to connect via the same router on a Local Area Network
  • Give your iPhone/iPod touch a shake to roll the dice or animate the movers
  • Automatically replaces players who leave with AI
  • Select full-board view or zoom in for a close-up
  • Play solo against the computer or Pass n’ play for 4

Puzzler eXact out now

eXact, Deluxeware’s new puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod Touch is now available in the App Store for. Use the touch-screen to slide the colored bricks from the top, bottom, right and left to make matches of three. The better your match, the bigger your score bonuses. Here’s the feature list of eXact:

  • Fun, yet challenging color-matching puzzle game
  • 3 different play modes
  • 3 levels of difficulty
  • Special blocks and power-ups to boost your score
  • Listen to your own music as you play!

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Ferrari GT: Evolution now in App Store

Ferrari GT: Evolution is another great iPhone game developed by Gameloft. This $9.99 game has an awesome feature list and will definitely be one of the top selling App Store games. Everyone who saw the cinematic trailer of the game might be a little disappointed by the graphics in-game, but it’s by far one of the best-looking iPhone and iPod Touch games out on the market. With future updates it will be possible to race gamers from all over the world. Ferrari GT: Evolution will be available tonight.

Tatomic only $2.99 for a limited time

Tatomic, VGViews, iPhone, iPod TouchThe kind folks over at VGViews sent us an email to let us know that they have a nice iPhone gamedeal for the holidays. Tatomic, an action puzzle game, has now been dropped to only $2.99 for a limited time. In this game, players connect falling pairs of atoms into colored chains to make them explode and disappear and earn point bonuses by clearing multiple chains at once. If you’re not sure about Tatomic, then you should definitely try out the free Lite version of the game.

Side-scrolling shooter Platypus now for sale

Today Astraware released Platypus, a side-scrolling shooter for the iPhone and iPod Touch, in the iTunes App Store. The game is based on the cult Mac classic developed by Idigicon. The feel of the game is still the same like in the old days, but this iPhone-game offers new gameplay options thanks to the touch-screen controls and the accelerometer. Playtpus costs $4.99 in the App Store.

Interview with Paul Farley from TAG Games

TAG Games, Paul Farley, iPhone, iPod Touch, Car JAck StreetsIn August we interviewed Paul Farley from TAG Games about their upcoming iPhone-game Astro Ranch. Last week TAG Games announced Car Jack Streets for the iPhone and iPod Touch and we immediately had some questions that we wanted to ask the developers team of the game. In this interview you’ll learn more about the controls and possible multiplayer mode of Car Jack Streets. Read the rest of this entry »