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Crescent Moon is publishing its first racing game later this May. It's called Slingshot Racing, and as its name implies, the core action loosely revolves around slinging your cars around tracks. Its twists are in its hooks, literally. Each car is equipped with a grappling hook, so you'll actually be flicking cars' hooks on pieces of the environment as you race. The steampunk-stylized visuals help to explain this weirdness away...

'Juice Belts' Review - I'm Pretty Sure This Isn't How Juice is Made

If you watch a lot of the Discovery Channel, you've likely caught several episodes of "How It's Made." If you're lucky, you might even have seen episodes of apple juice and orange juice. While these might be accurate depictions of how juice is made in the real world, on your iPhone, things are substantially different...

Paramount Digital Entertainment has reduced the price of iPhone flying shooter Iron Man: Aerial Assault [App Store].  The game has dropped from $4.99 to $0.99 for a limited time...

The remarkable success of Ethan Nicholas' iShoot Lite [App Store] seems to have inspired many developers to deliver free/lite versions of their own games. Here are some notable free/lite versions of games we've covered in the past and feel are definitely worth a try. App titles link directly to the app store. ..

Earlier this month we reviewed Yose Widjaja's rather unique iPhone game Space Ninja [App Store]...

JadeGame, who brought us Ultranium 4 and Metal Angel, has recently released an iPhone adaptation of their Mac platform game Android [App Store] through the iTunes App Store...

Namco has released a version 1.0.1 update to their iPhone Katamari outing, i Love Katamari [App Store].  As reported by the company, the update provides:..

Kevin Calderone's Trace game [App Store] has been released to the App Store. The game had been announced in early September on our forums. Trace offers similar mechanics as Line Rider by letting the player add to the level by drawing on the screen. The developer describes the gameplay: Trace is a casual platformer where you draw your own path through the levels. Use the touch screen to draw platforms and navigate past obstacles to reach to goal at the end of each level. The game is easy pick up and play anytime, and high scores add another level of challenge...

iPhone developer Moopf has released a free Lite version [App Store] of their peg puzzle jumping puzzle game Hiqup...

There has been a lot of Breakout news in the iPhone gaming scene of late...

Lego Batman for iPhone?

August 28th, 2008 2:10 PM EDT by arn in Uncategorized

Kotaku reports on a rumor that LEGO Batman will be coming to the iPhone. The original source of the information is Pocketgamer which is not available at the time of this writing. Few other details presently available but Kotaku speculates that the iPhone's multi-touch could be used to its advantage: The possibilities for manipulating LEGO bricks using multi-touch gestures could make for an interesting twist on the LEGO gameplay. Even if it is just a port of the DS version, though, it should be worth checking out providing the thorny issue of lack of D-Pad is resolved...

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