EA 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.
VentureBeat had a chance to test out SimCity for the iPhone and got some extra info on this iPhone and iPod Touch game. He says the game looks very similar to SimCity 3000, but with the multi-touch controls it controls a lot better thant he old-school SimCity-games. SimCity will come out in December for $9.99.
Earlier this week we reported that Spore Origins would be heading to the iPhone this Sunday, but today EA Mobile has announced that the game will come out later this month. Spore Origins will feature 35 levels and will take full advantage of the accelerometer. EA Mobile is currently working on nine other titles as well including Monopoly, SimCity and the popular The Sims 3, here’s the full list: