Asphalt 4: Elite Racing 1.3.8 for iPhone and iPod | 87.11 MB
Become a VIP and own the urban racing world! Adapt your driving style to the weather conditions: Can you control your car under heavy rain?Enjoy 5 extreme racing modes such as cop chase, drift, and beat'em all.Tune your rides in your own luxury garage!Amazing 3D graphics providing breathtaking speed sensations!Race in 6 of the world's hottest cities: Monte Carlo, Beverly Hills, Shanghai, NYC, Dubai, Paris.10 dream cars & bikes including the Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari F430 Spider, Nissan GT-R, Ducati 1098.
Fast and Furious Pink Slip 1.0.3 for iPhone and iPod | 23.7 MB
Designed as a pure arcade-style racer instead of a more narrative-driven game like the previous entry in the series, Fugitive, Pink Slip is exactly what the title promises: A series of breakneck races where your wheels are always on the line. The racing is spread across several different events, from drag racing to drift runs, but with one singular goal — fill your personal garage with some of the flashiest rides straight from the films, including a special appearance by Dom’s muscle car from the original Fast and the Furious.
Features listed from the iPhone version description include:
* Pure arcade experience
* 32 cars to win
* 32 challenging races
* 4 very exciting gameplay modes
* Includes stunning cinematic cut-scenes
Hero Of Sparta 1.0.0 for iPhone and iPod | 79.67 MB
Hero of Sparta was obviously inspired by Sony's God of War series as well as the blockbuster movie 300. Yet instead of unwinding like a too-late facsimile, Hero of Sparta explodes on the iPhone as a superlative action game full of big thrills and the kind of hack-and-slash gameplay that hardcore gamers love. This is truly one of the best iPhone games of the year and a must-download for any fan of action games, including those that have already played God of War to death.
The game opens with King Argos waking up on a beach. His ship is shattered on the shore around him. There is a mystery to be solved here for sure, but Argos doesn't use subtle means to unravel it. Instead, he kicks his sword and shield into overdrive, smashing through hordes of creatures straight out of Greek mythology. There is no shortage of monsters to cut down, either. The Oracle's Island, and the several stages the follow it (Atlantis makes a cameo, for example), are crawling with Minotaur, centaurs, and gorgons demand to be run through with your powerful blade.
When you cut down monsters, you collect colored orbs that serve various purposes. Green orbs restore flagging health while red orbs are accumulated until you can level up your weapons, just like you might find in God of War or the Onimusha series. It's an effect racket, since it keeps you from just running past enemies. Sure, you may want to avoid a few battles when you are close to perishing, but skipping too many means you cannot "purchase" the best upgrades and attacks and that will make some of the bigger battles tougher.
Sim City 1.3.0 for iPhone and iPod | 28.2 MB
In SimCity you are the mayor of an up and coming town. You must manage up your city's infrastructure, zoning, transportation and population. Fight crime and pollution and make sure the people don't kick you out of office for running a poorly managed town.
Star Wars The Force Unleashed 1.0.9 for iPhone and iPod | 20 MB
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed was conceived as a bridge between the events that appeared in Star Wars Episode Three: Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Episode Four: A New Hope. Anakin Skywalker is now Darth Vader, and like Emperor Palpatine before him, Vader has taken under his wing a secret apprentice. Vader’s ultimate goal: Kill the emperor. But before he can do that, the few remaining Jedi must be destroyed.
The Force Unleashed certainly looks and sounds the part of a Star Wars game, complete with John Williams theme music and laser blast, TIE Fighter and light saber sound effects. Graphics are beautiful for a portable game, albeit prone to polygonal “jaggies.” In order to conserve size, however, there is no spoken dialogue. Instead, characters communicate through line after interminable line of dialogue, cast in an odd-looking, narrow font that’s rather difficult to read.
Gameplay is entirely “on rails,” if you will, similarly to the Don Bluth-animated laser disc arcade games of the 1980s like Space Ace and Dragon’s Lair. You have absolutely no control over where the apprentice goes or with whom he interacts; your job is to simply make sure he reacts appropriately to the given situation.
To that end, the apprentice learns various Force power techniques that you’ve seen demonstrated in the movies and other Star Wars video games—using your light saber to deflect laser blasts, using Force Grip to choke foes, pushing and pulling objects, using lightning bolts as we’ve seen the Emperor do, and more. You have to make your way through scene after scene of troopers and other nasties attacking, culminating in a series of boss battles against Jedi refugees and others.
SlotZ 1.0 for iPhone and iPod | 7.79 MB
SlotZ Racer is a racing game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Unlike most of the racing games we’ve had a chance to play, this one takes place with track cars similar to the toys we use to play with.
The game has two parts to it: racing and track creation. You can race your car around the track in either single player or multiplayer mode. Depending on which mode you select, there will be 1-4 buttons around the screen for you to press to increase the speed of your car. As it’s all on tracks, there’s no worry about steering. This is an interesting approach to multiplayer having it all on one device. You can opt to either do one race or a championship, regardless of how many players you have, so this definitely keeps the game interesting.
Track creation mode is the second way to play this game. You’re given all the pieces that you’ve seen in the game and a blank board with nothing on it but a start area. From there, its up to you what you’d like to do. You can create turns, bridges, humps, and much more. This is probably one of the most robust level editors out for the iPhone and iPod Touch at the time of this review.
With all the unlockable tracks and cars plus the ability to create your own levels this game is one that will keep your entertained for quite some time. The racing is fun yet frustrating until you get a handle on it, but once that happens, you’ll be addicted. If you like racing games and are interested in more than just the run of the mill variety we’ve seen released so far, definitely check out SlotZ Racer.