Love playing games on your iPhone or iPhone Touch, yet hate using simulated touch screen control pads? Australian company 22Moo looks to throw you a bone, with the GameBone Pro iPhone controller.
As part of the countdown to the one billionth download from the iTunes App Store, Apple has released lists of the all-time top paid and unpaid apps, with Crash Bandicoot riding high.
Low price points and ease of accessibility could be factors in the discovery that iPhone owners buy more games than owners of any other gaming platform.
A list of the 25 most popular iPhone applications to date is nearly half-filled with games, with Tapulous' Tap Tap Revenge coming out on top.
Yesterday those willing to get fancy with forced firmware updates and such were able to sneak into the iPhone's App Store and buy games for the device early. Today, firmware 2.0 and access to those 30 or so games are official.