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All Slots Casino offers four easy to use casino games

All Slots Casino, Spin3, iPhone, iPod TouchSpin3 has released its first mobile casino application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. All Slots Casino is accessed via the iPhone and iPod Touch Safari web browser. All Slots Casino is a member of the Jackpot Factory group of casinos, which includes Wild Jack Mobile Casino, the very first Jackpot Factory casino that started back in 1999. You just need to surf to this site and then you can play four instant-access, play-for-real casino games made exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch.

Studio Radiolaris releasing Radio Flare soon

Studio Radiolaris has announced that they’re planning to release their musical shooter Radio Flare in the App Store in a couple of days. The game looks a lot like Rez, a game that came out for PlayStation 2 and Dreamcast, but it wasn’t the success the developers hoped it would be. Fares Kayali of Studio Radiolaris says that they want users to turn music into an interactive experience with this iPhone game. Radio Flare contains five stages and over 100 enemy formations

All Ngmoco games dropped in price

Ngmoco, Mazefinger, Topple, Dr. Awesome, Dropship, iPhone, iPod TouchNgmoco has announced that they’ve dropped the price of all their games available in the App Store to celebrate the upcoming release of their first big game, Rolando. All four games are high quality iPhone games and show that Ngmoco has very skilled developers.

  • Topple was $0.99, now it’s free
  • Dr. Awesome was $1.99, dropped to $0.99
  • Dropship was $1.99, dropped to $0.99
  • Mazefinger still free

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.

Kerosen 3D combat flight simulation looks promising

Florent Tournade, a French developer who worked on Alone in the Dark and WALL•E for the next-gen consoles, is now working on his first iPhone and iPod Touch game. Kerosen 3D is a combat flight simulator that gives users the opportunity to navigate through space and pick a point on the planet where they want to start their combat flight. The 3D engine of the game renders around one million pollygons per second, it sounds like a lot and it is a lot too. Via WiFi users can compete against each other and it’s possible that Kerosen 3D will be updated with an online multiplayer mode as well.

Japanese styled board game in App Store

DigiDock has released Reversi Sister, a new board game application for iPhone and iPod Touch. The game contains unique elements of Japan’s animation culture and has colorful animations. Although Reversi itself already has widespread popularity, Reversi Sister is designed to address a
global niche market, which differs from that of conventional users of Reversi, through use of
animation characters and new gaming features. Reversi Sister is now available in the App Store for $2.99, you can find more info on the game after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

Warfare Incorporated

The ReplicatorFor an avid real-time and turn-based strategist such as myself (I own over 10 different games in the genre if you combine board, PC (without counting expansion packs), and iPhone games, just in case you doubt), seeing Warfare Incorporated (Spiffcode Inc.) in the App Store Wednesday night was a dream come true. I didn’t hesitate to download it and promptly began my midnight gaming. Read the rest of this entry »

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.

Iron Man: Aerial Assault now available

Saturday Night Fever: Dance! was not the only game released in the App Store by Paramount Digital Entertainment, Iron Man: Aerial Assault is also an iPhone and iPod Touch game published by Paramount. Players have the opportunity to play as Iron Man in aerial combat through 12 different levels of airborne combat. Iron Man has high-powered weaponry and smart flying mechanisms to help him on his mission to fight evil. The game was developed by doublesix and uses the accelerometer and touch-controls of the iPhone. Iron Man: Aerial Assault is now in the App Store for $7.99.

Saturday Night Fever: Dance! slides and taps on iPhone

The rhythm and dance game Saturday Night Fever: Dance! for iPhone and iPod Touch is now available in the App Store. The game is based on the classic 70’s film with John Travolta as Tony Manero. Saturday Night Fever: Dance! contains four levels of difficulty, and players have to choice to play as one of two seventies-styled studs who will test their tap and slide skills to beats from the seventies including hit songs like YMCA (The Village People), Shake Your Groove Thing (Peaches and Herb), Car Wash (Rose Royce) and many other classic songs. The game also offers a hotseat mode that allows up to four players to compete by taking turns and passing the defice off to one another. Saturday Night Fever: Dance! is now available for $4.99.