Zenonia, created and published by Gamevil, makes me proud to be a Korean. With their headquarters in Seoul, Korea, they helped solidify both the iPhone and iTouch as serious handheld gaming devices with their masterful port of Baseball Superstars 2009. They are seeking to set the standard of excellence in another fledgling iDevice genre: RPGs.
In less than a half-hour, 10AM PST or 1PM here in Toronto, Apple will be showcasing a public preview of their iPhone OS 3.0 software which has yet an unspecified release date. Such previews are necessary not only to keep user hype at peak levels and fan websites busy, but to help developers famiarise themselves with upcoming features of the OS which will impact their applications.
Though there is uncertainty as to whether tethering and MMS will actually be delivered in OS 3.0, we have certain hope that copy and paste will finally grace our small screens. With those simple implementations, Apple could take the bite out of naysayer’s mouths in one fell swoop. But then again, Apple thrive on controversy.
TouchMyApps will have plenty to say today about the upcoming OS as our interest is as peaked as a bore-hole in a change room.
For many users, the inclusion of the following will be welcome:
Cut and Paste
and many more features especially aimed at the developer.
You can check out the live blog action over at Ars Technica and Apple’s Quicktime video of the event here. The entire transcript verbatim from David Chartier is available after the jump as well as photos from Gizmodo. Thanks Ars and Giz for the great work! Continue reading…
On the Rocks Productions‘ other upcoming title looks to probe an untasted genre at the App Store: Action RPG. While more preliminary screenshots and artwork than a true preview morsel, my mouth is watering. Fans of Diablo and its clones should rush around Legend of Amon that looks to draw heavily from a dark and artistic muse.