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WWDC: The First Super Utility Phone Now Flys with Games!

At the WWDC keynote address, Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, announced his intention of bringing the iPhone up to par with major players in the portable gaming industry. Bad news for the Playstation Portable and Nintendo DS but good news for the iPhone moves one step closer to combining all human needs on one 4.5 x 2.4 x 0.46 inches piece of plastic.


For $9.99 iPhone users can buy Super Monkey Ball! One of Sega’s pride and joys, the game uses tilt-sensing support for its controls.

The next game, again $9.99 is Cro-Mag Rally, an impressive racing game. It also uses the tilt-sensing controls of the iPhone as well as a 3D puzzler Engimo.

Kroll, an impressive 3D action adventure will be released by Digital Legends Entertainment in September.

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