Pocket Gamer has some great footage and info on Real Racing, an awesome looking race game for the iPhone developed by Australian developer Firemint. The accelerometer controls look amazing, according to Pocket Gamer the tilt controls in Real Racing are better than in any other iPhone racing game. The best features aren’t the controls and the graphics, but it’s actually the social network features that will kick ass. With head-to-head multiplayer over wi-fi and the ability to upload your best times to a web-based community this game will offer tons of content. You’ll be able to compete against your friends in mini-leagues and watch their data via Facebook and OpenSocial applications. Real Racing could be a Nokia N-Gage first party title, but they might go with a publisher or just release it in the App Store. Read the rest of this entry »
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A week ago IUGO released Toy Bot Diaries in the App Store exclusively for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The game is doing great with an average reviewscore of 4 ½ stars in Apple’s App Store. Toy Bot Diaries was in the top 30 paid apps for a couple of days and in Canada the game is in the top 10 of most popular games. We recently had an interview with Sarah Thomson of IUGO and she told us that there will be a demo of TBD soon.
Today Resolution Interactive has released another demo video of Clusterball 2 for the iPhone and iPod Touch. In this game your goal is to collect as many colored balls as possible, but the problem is that these collected colored balls hang on your tail and make it harder to steer. The game also features online connectivity with high-score tables and online challenges. The game should give an ultra adrenaline boost to both young and older gamers. We still have now idea when this game is coming out, but the developers will show it off at this week’s Leipzig Games Convention.
Apple has released a new firmware update for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Version 2.0.2 has a few bug fixes, but there aren’t any new features in the update. The other firmware update was released about two weeks ago, a release date for the new firmware update isn’t available.
Voodoo is a common theme for a scary movie, but now this Haitian spirtual weird thing is also coming to the iPhone in iVoodoo from developer oeFun. The scary thing is that you can pin a photo library picture of someone’s head on the doll. You can also use some magic on it and use special needles with positive and negative power, wealth, success, spirituality and love. iVoodoo sure gives a new meaning to the expression ‘killing some time’. This application is now available in the App Store for $2.99.
Since a couple of days Toy Bot Diaries Entry 1 is available in the App Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The game has been getting great reviews, and some people even say that Toy Bot is cuter than Wall-E! We wanted to know if IUGO agrees with that and fired some about Toy Bot, Re-Volt and Shaky Summit at Sarah Thomson, Business Development Executive at IUGO. One of the things she told us is that Toy Bot Diaries will be getting a demo very soon. Read the rest of this entry »
FingerGaming took a look at what iPhone and iPod Touch games received an update over the weekend. It looks like Cro-Mag Rally, available for $5.99, now features a better steering sensitivity along with some other small changements. Cube Runner, a free game, got some bug fixes as well along with improved calibration, level validation and a new developer mode.
This week Tag Games announced the development of Astro Ranch for the iPhone, Nintendo DS and N-Gage. The game looks like a fun mix of some Animal Crossing with some Harvest Moon in a nice 50’s sci-fi jacket, and Paul Farley from Tag Games took some time to tell us more about their first iPhone-game. We also found out more about Rock’n’Roll, the second iPhone-game of this European iPhone developer. Read the rest of this entry »
Electronic Arts has announced that Need for Speed: Undercover, the twelfth game in the Need For Speed series, will also be released on the iPhone. Today they also announced that Mission Impossible III actress Margaret Quigley will be the game’s main character. EA is reintroducing cops in the game and has added in a ton of new features. A release date and more information about the iPhone-version of the game haven’t been released yet.
Today Resolution Interactive has released a video of Clusterball 2, their first game for Apple’s iPhone 3G. In this 3D arcaderacer you control your vehicule by tilting the iPhone, but the game has more than just some cool controls. Your goal is to collect as many colored balls as possible, but the problem is that these collected colored balls hang on your tail and make it harder to steer. The game also features online connectivity with high-score tables and online challenges. The game should give an ultra adrenaline boost to both young and older gamers. Resolution Interactive will be showing Clusterball 2 at the Leipzig Games Convention.
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