The iPhone and iPod Touch may not be the most successful smartphone and multimedia devices in history, but they're certainly the ones with the biggest buzz. [UPDATED for the holidays.]
Surprise! Dungeon Defenders, which seems to combine the best of tower defense games with the combat of Defense of the Ancients, is also coming to mobile platforms.
If there was ever any doubt that Apple was serious about making a splash in the world of gaming, then the launch of its new online social gaming service Wednesday should certainly put those doubts to rest.
AT&T is offering upgrades to existing customers for $199 or $299 for the 16GB and 32GB versions respectively. The iPhone 4 is due out June 24. Preorders start June 15.
This looks like it could be a fun iPhone game. Eggs has 12 levels, costs $0.99 and only runs on the iPhone 3GS and third gen iPod Touch.
Games designed to take advantage of the iPhone 3GS' more robust chipset are starting to quietly make their way onto the App store.
In Seek 'n Spell you use the iPhone 3G's built in GPS to run around the real world gathering letters that you can use to score points with big words you spell out.
Here's a quick look at the load times of the iPhone 3G versus the iPhone 3GS.
The latest firmware for the iPhone and iPod Touch and a new, more powerful iPhone both hit this week.
Leading iPhone game publisher Ngmoco has no plans to release exclusive games for the newly announced iPhone 3GS, instead offering a more creative way to take advantage of the new model's increased graphical power.