Jason Citron, one of the guys behind OpenFeint—the other social gaming backend for Apple iOS devices—just sold his company for $104 million American megaducats. Business Insider has an astoundingly gloat-free interview. [Business Insider]
Initially conceived as a multimedia device, the iPhone overcame a number of hurdles to become a popular gaming portable. But one surprising problem still haunts the device's gaming capabilities.
Aurora Feint rolled out two more Feint-themed games for the iPhone today: Aurora Feint II: The Beginning and Aurora Feint II: The Tower Puzzles.
With several hundred thousand downloads, Aurora Feint's gamers have been begging for a full-blown paid version of the free-to-play iPhone role-playing game. It looks like they'll be getting it on Friday or next week at the latest. Aurora Feint II: The Arena will set iPhone users back $10, but will include…