With not so much of a good experience with FPS shooters on the iDevice, I wasn’t too sure if EA’s newest release, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 would be a game living up to its name. Though, knowing that the game was derived from the console phenomenon, I was assured a
Vocalia is a voice-recognition application that recognizes your voice and chooses the closest match in your iPod, Address Book or Bookmarks. Allowing you to use the app in either French, German or English and it is claimed to work even faster than voice recognition in the 3GS.
Cloudburst is a weather application that quickly splays a slew of information onto a page for you to view. This application displays a bounty of information in the sections of the screen and allows you to view a larger image of the radar by simply double-tapping the image. Not only can you input any location you wish, but the application is also location-aware.
Remember Rock'em Sock'em Robots, the old game where a couple of robots try to knock each other's heads off? SmackBOTS is that, on the iPhone. The concept is still just as simple and the amount of frustration is just as high, but the game's been given some shiny graphics, a little story, and taken out of the old plastic boxing locale.
Star Wars The Force Unleashed is a companion game to the full version found on various game systems. The game takes place between Star Wars III and Star Wars VI, following Darth Vader's secret apprentice as he attempts to kill every Jedi in the Universe. The game received quite a bit of attention after it was shown publicly at E3.
Stock Command is a remake of the old game Missile Command, but there are a few variations. First of all, the stocks (missiles) don't just move linearly, but can jolt around. There are three defense turrets and a few 'funds' at the bottom for you to defend as well.
Scribble. I’d really like to say that there’s more to this application, but imagine carrying around a piece of paper, four crayons and a big crayon-eraser tool.