We've already seen a demo of Quake 3 Arena running NETWORKED on two iPhones with accelerometers, but news is some more similar games are coming this way. First, there's Re-Volt, made by some Canadian developer, that'll have Quake-ish graphics and feature tilt and touch controls as well. Then, even better, there will be BioShock. Yes, that BioShock. The one with the fantastic mood and storytelling. Who knows how bastardized the iPhone version will be, but we want it. [Pocket Gamer (BioShock) and Pocket Gamer (Re-Volt)]
@bandit: Because if you deactivate the home button's function, you won't be able to exit the game.
OK, I understand that people really want to take advantage of this 4-axis accelerometer doohickey, but really, it's getting pretty silly. Some games just don't work with tilting. Touch fighter looks wicked, and being a space flight game, I can see the appeal, but for an FPS, or a racing sim, couldn't it just be better to have some lightweight virtual touch controls somewhere around the edges of the display?