mardi 28 juillet 2009

iPhone Resident Evil 4 Finally Officially on App Store

Resident Evil 4 in Japanese accidentally had become available in Japan App Store but had been pulled back very fast this week. Now, Capcom officially announced that Resident Evil 4 is available on App Store. The game sells for $7,99. Eventhough it was ported from another mobile edition, essentially, the game reflects the atmosphere of legendary horror survival Resident Evil series. 3rd Person 3D camera, location based laser damage, shaking the phone for reloading and extra specific actions like climbing ladders, using binoculars with tap of buttons. Check the video below featuring first 4 levels.

Space Invaders iPhone Shooting Game

Do you remember the legendary two-dimensional arcade space shooter game? Space Invaders evolved much since its first release in 1978 and now available for iPhone with lots of new features. The application called as Space Invaders Infinity Gene at App Store.

The game starts according to original version, only left/right movements and one weapon. Hopefully, when you progress the levels, new weapons unlock such as laser, gravity, wave and get the ability to move on the screen freely. The game consists of 38 levels in various difficulty settings. Interestingly, the player can choose the game track from its own mp3 list. It is an addictive game and tempo never falls.

If you like space shooter games for iPhone, Space Invaders Infinity Gene is an excellent choice. Here is the official trailer for the iPhone game.

And finally old Space Invaders screenshot for nostalgia.

I think you mayenjoy another Space iPhone game called as Pangea Antimatter as well.

jeudi 23 juillet 2009

Google Latitude for iPhone

If you're an iPhone user, you might have been waiting for Google Latitude, our service that lets you see where your friends are, which has not been available on iPhone. Well, today we're releasing Google Latitude for iPhone and iPod touch as a web application running on iPhone's Safari browser. Now you can share your location with your friends, as well as control who gets to see it, all from your iPhone.

To start using Latitude, go to from the iPhone's browser. You can even add a bookmark to your home screen for one-touch access. Check out the Google Mobile Blog to learn more.

Posted by Scott Knaster, Google Mac Team

jeudi 2 juillet 2009

Apple releases iPhone OS, SDK 3.1 betas to developers

Apple released on Tuesday new beta versions of the iPhone OS 3.1 firmware and the iPhone SDK 3.1 for developers. Lets hope this is a great improvement in the new OS.