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Re: iPhone Games: Some Gold Buried in the Glitter
Posted by Lou Kesten on 2009-04-29 09:55:02
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Nintendo has owned the portable video game market -- first with the Game Boy, now with the DS -- for so long that most of us gave up hope of ever seeing a viable competitor. However, it's become impossible to ignore the new kid on the block: Apple's iPhone, whose game library has quickly overwhelmed Nintendo's. There are now more than 9,000 iPhone games available at Apple's App Store. The quality varies widely, and the market is so flooded that it's hard to sort the good from the bad -- but since the prices are low, you can buy 10 or so games for the price of one Nintendo cartridge.

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Re: iPhone Games: Some Gold Buried in the Glitter  Lou Kesten  2009-04-29 09:55:02
G from Soma Games  somagames  2009-05-09 11:37:21
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