Earlier I announced to the world that I'd developed an addiction involving jeeps, dinosaurs, and poop. I finally realized that I should probably explain what on earth I was talking about and why it's not as disgusting as it sounds.
Trainyard may be a simple iPhone game, but it's one of my latest addictions. Folks who are nuts about logic and puzzle games—as well as those who adore Flight Control or ColorBind—are very likely to love it, too.
I've only skimmed Apple's App Review Guidelines, but I'm pretty sure that Moral Decay isn't exactly designed in accordance to them. But who knows, maybe Apple will approve an iPhone game that involves
Jesus Chris T. gunning down sumo wrestlers, aliens, and other bad guys.
The iOS 4.1 update added the Game Center to our iPhone and iPod Touch devices, but we've been struggling to find games which let us take advantage of this feature. Here are the ones we've discovered so far. Updating.
Based on this video, it seems that the point of the Super Mega Worm iPhone game is to guide some angry-looking worms through a rampage and take out humans, planes, and entire cities. It also seems to be fun.
Tower defense games have been done many times before on the iPhone. But how many of those games let you defend against Snowtroopers and AT-AT's? Only this one.
Yes! eBoy's FixPix iPhone game is now available in the App Store and it looks fantastic. It's gonna cost you two bucks and plenty of time.
Remember Karate Champ? It was one of the very first fighting games—coming far before Street Fighter and Tekken—and we loved it dearly. Now this arcade classic will be coming to the iPhone and it looks damn good.
The graphics are lovely, the controls are pretty decent, and the game's rather fun. But the Iron Man 2 iPhone app still seems a bit overpriced at seven bucks. Either way, it's available now and looks like this:
While I love bacon, I hate pigs. They're smelly, loud, and occasionally give me nightmares. This means that I absolutely adore this cheesy little iPhone game that lets me throw knives at piggies to turn them into bacon.
PocketGamer.biz says that Apple is planning a dedicated fiefdom within the iTunes Store for "premium" games that cost $19.99. The section would be restricted to large publishers only—think Sega and EA. They've got no details on a launch date or which publishers are involved, only the educated guess that WWDC in June…
Glu Mobile and the iPhone/iPod Touch now give you the chance to pilot your own Batmobile for the low price of $0.99.