Now that the iPhone 5 has officially been announced, Apple is accepting iOS apps from developers that support both iOS 6 and the taller 4" screen of the iPhone 5.
A small and steady stream of 4" screen enabled apps are now making their way into the App Store.
Sister site AppShopper.com allows you to see a realtime list of these new iPhone 5 enabled apps using this "iPhone 5" search query. That url shows all recently updated iOS apps that mention "iPhone 5" in their What's New update description. There may be a few false positives, but the majority of apps listed are listing support for the new iPhone.
There are a relatively small number of updates so far, but the list will continue to grow as we approach the iPhone 5 launch on September 21st. Only a handful of games are compatible so far. These include Pangea Software's catalog including Enigmo 2 and Mojang's Minecraft - Pocket Edition.
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No, it won't change the gameplay, but will enhance the experience (greater view without pan/zoom). That's actually good.
However; there are some games where enhancing the gameplay could produce an unbalanced advantage; horizontal / vertical scrollers / shooters / platformers where you can see further ahead than the older versions. That's where the producers have to be careful when updating.
Not so much difference to FPS / twin sticks etc. aside from possibly more control placement freedom.