Games are the biggest seller on the iTunes App Store, and no matter what your style, there are a number of high quality games available. Here are a few highlights of some of the games recently reviewed at TouchArcade:
Critter Crunch - original variant of a classic puzzler ($9.99).
Zen Pinball - convincing Pinball simulation ($4.99).
Imangi - addictive cross between Scrabble and Rubik's cube ($3.99).
Galcon - perfect pick-up strategy game ($9.99)
Cro-Mag Rally vs Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 3G - battle of the kart racers
Game developers are investing heavily into the iPhone platform. John Carmack revealed today that id Software is planning an exclusive iPhone title based on one of their existing properties (such as Doom, Quake or Wolfenstein).
The iPhone, as a device, is in the same generation power-wise as the PS2 or Xbox, he says. The graphics are a little lower but the RAM is a lot higher. You could easily spend $10 million on an iPhone game, but the market just cant support that yet.