Seeing how the iPhone sold approximately 6 times as many iPhones in the second quarter of 2009 compared to 2008, I don’t think Apple really has to even try anymore. In case you’re wondering, that number translates to about 5,000,000 iPhones sold in just the last 3 months. That’s insane and sexy at the same […]
Comic-Con International, the organisers of this weeks San Diego Comic Con are making finding your way round the gargantuan event even easier this year with the release of the official iPhone app. The app includes the full program schedule, floor plans, exhibitor listings and a news feed, the best things about the app though? It’s […]
I don’t know if its for real or not, but regardless of whether it’s the real deal from Steam or just some guys making a version that can run on the iPhone, I want it.
First off, the news about a mobile port of Resident Evil 4 isn’t new, (quite the contrary: we’ve known about a mobile version since 2007) but what we didn’t know was that it would end up on the iPhone, or at least it would for a brief time. According to the Japanese site Appbank (and […]
We’ve all known and feared it, but didn’t expect it would be just around the corner…thanks to the new CPU in the iPhone 3GS, we now have an iPhone that is capable of handling more beefy games and applications from Apple’s App Store. This means that one day, the 40 million of us iPhone gamers […]
Thanks to an interview with Lucas Arts CEO Darrell Rodriguez, Joystiq brings us news that all of the games listed in Gibbo’s post yesterday will be headed to the iPhone. Here’s the catch though, he couldn’t actually say that they were coming on the iPhone due to some stupid policy that Apple has about companies […]
The iPhone is getting itself quite a large library of surprisingly decent games. One thing that the platform hasn’t received yet is a good RPG, this looks set to change with the release of Zenonia. Created by Gameville USA, Zenonia is an old fashioned RPG that reminds me of the old school 16 bit RPGs […]
Developer: Firemint Release date: 26 February 2009