Games sure have changed over the years. Developers are constantly finding new ways of bringing innovation to game design in order to engage the modern gamer. Players want new ideas and innovations that capture the imagination. Well, Touch Physics is one of these games. It won’t win awards for 3D effects or graphics any time soon. What it will do though is captivate its players with gameplay and design.
Tap ‘N’ Slide!
(Thanks for the great feedback everyone! We are so glad everyone is loving the game that we have decided to cut it to half price!)Tap ‘n’ Slide! is an addictive casual game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. All you have to do is use your finger to complete the moves.
Guitar Rock Tour$9.99 —> $7.99
The only game on iPhone to play guitar & drums like a Rock God! Described by the press as a “Fantastic music game”, “highly addictive” and “this game rocks up a storm”.
Perform, without musical knowledge, the most popular worldwide hits on your iPhone:
- 2 instruments to play: Guitar & drums.
- 17 famous songs
SPiN – The Silhouette Game$4.99 —> $2.99
Train your fingers to be as fast as the eye in this game of shape recognition! Spin is simple, colorful and fun. “Rotate and match objects for a high score” – that sums it up in one sentence. Well, there’s more, but you’ll learn all about chain combos and unlockable trophies when playing the game.
BlocksTouch 3D$2.99 —> $0.99
FOR A LIMITED TIME, ALL OUR GAMES ARE ON SALE!
BlocksTouch is a very enjoyable arcade 3D game. A number of blocks are located on top of the tower. When a block is hit, a ball bounces back and block disappears. A ball is lost when it moves below the tower. Use the round paddle on the bottom of the tower to prevent losing a ball.
BeeCells$2.99 —> $0.99
FOR A LIMITED TIME, ALL OUR GAMES ARE ON SALE!
BeeCells is a highly enjoyable game. Once you start, you won’t want to stop. Try it, and see how high you can score. The goal is to group six or more balls of the same color together. Once the balls are grouped, your score increases, and the grouped balls disappear to make room for more maneuvers. After each turn, the computer puts more balls on the board and your task becomes more difficult. The game is over when the board completely fills up.
Google was set to release what could very well be one of the most useful apps for the iPhone, a speech recognition tool that would return search results simply based on your speech. Say “movie showtimes” and based on your location, the app will return results of movies closest to you. Basically, instead of typing what you want searched, just say it. It’s that simple. Another cool feature of this updated Google Mobile App is that it uses the iPhone accelerometer. So when the phone is raised to the user’s ear, it will go into “listen” mode.
The supposed release date was set for November 14. Now a day later and still no sight of it at the App Store, there are rumors that Apple may possibly be delaying its release or even blocking it for some reason of their own. Are they planning on releasing their own version of speech recognition? Of course, it is way too early to say for sure what Apple’s plans are for Google’s product, if any at all. Hopefully, the app will be released any minute now so we can all search with our voice, and not just our fingers.[via computerblog]
Zombies on the iPhone…check. Defending against Zombies in an Apocalyptic World on the iPhone …check. IUGO Mobile Entertainment, the brains behind Toy Bot Diaries and Shaky Summit, has released yet another quality title on the iPhone. The moment I saw the words Zombie and IUGO together, I knew I was in for a treat.
SciFly: Dogfight$2.99 —> $0.99
Now only $0.99!
SciFly: Dogfight is an action packed 3D flying game for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Dominate the skies with missiles, machine guns, lasers, flak cannons and more. Explore lava oozing wastelands and Earth-like Utopias while flying four highly unique rocket assisted jets.
Real Soccer 2009$9.99 —> $7.99
“The most massive and impressive soccer game I’ve played yet.” – MobileGamesFAQS, a benchmark media in mobile gaming.
iPhone finally gets the sports simulation that soccer fans have been dreaming about!
Asphalt 4: Elite Racing$9.99 —> $7.99
“iPhone’s most anticipated racing game”, Asphalt 4: Elite Racing™ revolutionizes the driving genre:
- Race against your friends in the exclusive Wi-Fi multiplayer mode.
- 28 licensed rides from the world’s most prestigious car manufacturers: Ferrari, Bugatti, Aston Martin, Chevrolet Corvette, and more.
Cybersaurus 3D$6.99 —> $3.99
Our planet was their home for millions of years.Now they want it back!The ultimate mix between a 3D shooter and an adventure game.Explore 6 stunning planets (11 maps fully 3D)
with outstanding backgrounds!
When I first jailbroke my iPhone 3G, I spent loads of time downloading cool looking themes via Winterboard and trying them out. Some themes were a real treat to look at, but there were stability problems (some themes seemed to slow the iPhone down more than others). Eventually, the novelty wore off and I went back to using the stock springboard theme.
Though I had stopped using themes, I didn’t actually delete winterboard from cydia. By this time, my iPhone felt sluggish and everything seemed slower than pre-jailbreak. That’s when I came across a post on iPhoneinCanada suggesting uninstalling Winterboard
to speed things up once again. I can’t say for sure how much faster my iPhone is now after deleting Winterboard, but I would say anywhere from 30%-50% faster! Needless to say, if you find your jailbroken iPhone slowing you down and can live without those shiny looking themes, try uninstalling Winterboard. Personally, I much prefer stability and speed to just looks. Give it a try and see if this works out for you.
When Toy Bot Diaries first came out for the iPhone, some touted the title as a truly original game for the handheld phone. Reviews were generally positive and well received by most gamers. Now IUGO Mobile Entertainment has released part 2 in the series.
Your favorite robot is BACK! Join Toy Bot in his latest and greatest adventure: Toy Bot Diaries Entry 2. Toy Bot begins where he left off, climbing out of the dingy sewers and into a whole new world of challenges in the sky. Entry 2 gives you more levels, more content, more graphics and maximum fun! See why Toy Bot has been called one of the best games exclusive to the iPhone. If you liked Entry 1, you’ll LOVE Toy Bot Diaries Entry 2!
I personally found the first Toy Bot Diaries a blast to play. A game that really made good use of the iPhone and offered good gameplay. I am definitely looking forward to Entry 2 and continue where the first game left off. Expect a review here soon.
Get Toy Bot Diaries Entry 2 now!
Thanks to Ricardo Quesada, developer of Sapus Tongue, for dropping by and notifiying me about his iPhone game. Sapus Tongue takes the iPhone and turns it into a mini-Wii! The object of the game is to launch one of two game characters as far as possible. They are Sapus, the super-hero toad and Monus, the anti-hero monkey. Sapus uses his tongue as a launching pivot, and Monus uses his tail.
Pass the Pigs$4.99 —> $2.99
Pass The Pigs, the classic ‘dice’ game that has entertained millions around the world, is now available for your iPhone and iPod touch! Utilize the device’s revolutionary 3 axis accelerometer in classic mode to shake, shake, shake and roll your pigs as you try to reach 100 points. Be careful not to get too greedy, and go for that one extra roll – you just might “pig out” and lose all of your points, so Pass The Pigs!
GalaxyImpact$0.99 —> Free
GalaxyImpact: A timeless classic brick game now enters the world of iPhone! It takes advantage of iPhone touch screen and is easy to use. Also it comes with stunning visual and sound effects. Check it out!
MasterBrain$0.99 —> Free
** MasterBrain is now FREE for a limited time! **
MasterBrain is a fun and challenging puzzle game based on the classic pen & paper game “Bulls and cows”. You may also recognize it as the computer game Moo, or the boardgame Mastermind.
You are The Codebreaker and your goal is to break the secret code using logic and deductive reasoning.
ShopNotes$0.99 —> Free
FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES, ShopNotes WILL BE FREE for a week. Take the opportunity! Please write a review to inform other users what you think about it.ShopNotes assist you in keeping track of your purchases, in a innovative and attractive manner. Compose your list with a surprisingly easy and fast, then pass in SHOP mode and enjoy the simplicity with which you can check the list!
Twistism$1.99 —> $0.99
Twistism is a simple yet captivating anagram game played against the clock, and involves two styles of play, classic and extreme. At the start of each level you are given between six and nine letters to make words with. Points are awarded for word size, and sometimes extra time. Twistism classic is played on a level-by-level basis, where qualification to the next level is obtained by working out the six letter word.
Rumors are running rampant of a 2.2 firmware release on November 21 after iPhoneHellas.gr first reported the news. While 2.1 has been its most reliable and stable release thus far, users are still hoping for copy and paste along with other features. Though copy and paste doesn’t seem to be making an appearance this time round, other new features include:
- New look Safari with Google search bar occupying its own space on title bar
- Ability to turn off auto-correction on and off (a welcome addition for sure)
- 461 emojicons for Japanese iPhones
- New Language support
- Google Street view and Google trainsit information (another useful feature)
- Download podcasts wirelessly
- In the App Store, categories now show icons of applications as opposed to text. ‘Tell A Friend’ & ‘Report A Problem’ are added In each page of an application
- The Line-in audio is activated and can be used through the headphone jack.
While the release of 2.2 won’t have the same anticipation as 2.1, most users will probably upgrade the minute it is available . Time will tell if November 21 is for real.