Square Enix is dropping the prices on their iPhone/iPad games more than 50% as incentive for their latest release—Final Fantasy III. Because the original prices are a bit high to begin with, and because Square Enix rarely does price drops anyway, this is a good chance to get in if you've been holding out. [TouchArcade]
Jason Cole is no Nathan Drake, but after getting a look at the hero of Gameloft's upcoming action adventure game Shadow Guardian for the iPhone I get the feeling he really wants to be one.
Shuzzle is an iOS puzzle game that makes you put shapes into the right slots. I'm glad I didn't have to learn shapes this way when I was a kid, or I'd have developed some serious psychoses. [iTunes]
Remember Parrot's awesome iPhone-controlled AR.Drone? Of course you do. Grab an AR.Drone-owning friend and when the augmented reality app hits the App Store, get downloading for some healthy Bluetooth-based competition.
Zen Bound 2, previously exclusive to the iPad, is now available for the iPhone. It takes advantage of the iPhone 4's retina display and gyroscope to bring butter-like smoothness to the beautiful game.
The only thing more ridiculous than a television quiz show set inside a taxi cab is an iPhone game simulating a television quiz show set inside a taxi cab.
There is now an iPhone game that allows you to play drums against Animal from The Muppet Show. Truly we live in an age of wonders.
Gameloft recently announced NFL 2010 for the iPhone, a fully-licensed National Football League video game that neatly bypasses EA's exclusivity arrangement.
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.