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iPhone Getting Multitouch Games, Including Spore, Super Monkey Ball

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Click to viewI've got good news and better news. The good news is that the iPhone is getting multitouch games that use the accelerometer and every bell and whistle of the iPhone for controls. The better news? Developers such as EA and Sega are on board. EA is bringing the insanely anticipated game Spore to it. All 18 levels. Yes, this is real, and it'll be released in September. Also, Sega is bringing Super Monkey Ball, and the App Store looks like it'll have a bunch of casual games available as well. Does this bring the iPhone up to DS and PSP levels? We'll have to see just how these games look and play, but it's pretty exciting stuff. UPDATE: iPhone Spore coming in September, says Kotaku.

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kaisermachead
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@Falconfire: Hopefully this will bring in chipmakers to produce beefier EFI-compliant graphics cards for the Mac Pro and iMac. I'm not sure how well the MBP would handle bigger graphics in that form factor though.