Sunday, July 27, 2008

New FREE games come to the iphone 3g pwned

So this post is a little late but I was spurred to post because of the release of the port of quake 1 for the iphone that was released on the 26th. Some of the first apps to come out for the iphone 2.0 pwned software are very cool.

The one I was very happy to see was poof. Poof was an app from the 1.1.x jailbreak days and the same simple design has been brought back to the 2.0 software. It allows users to remove the icons of cydia installed apps plus the standard icons like stock and other mostly useless apps on the iphone.

The first game released for the 2.0 software was macman an awesome port of pacman with an interesting twist for audio. This game trumps many of the 5-10 dollar apps in the app store and when I get paid this Friday a donation will be going to bigboss for his awesome job.

The port of quake has just arrived. Now this game is really hard to play, but the graphics are flawless and there were no glitches in the demo I played. I was too young to play the original when it came out however quake and doom are the reasons why I am playing games like COD4 and BF2 on the computer.

Swap tunes is also a popular release from the 1.1.x jailbreaks that allows an iPhone users to sync to two different itunes libraries...... very cool

The final app that many will find awesome is the NES emulator. The huge hit from 1.1.x jailbreak
is back on the 2.0 software. It is just what it sounds like. Upload your roms to the correct folder via ssh and away you go.

Thanks to all the developers who keep doing the things I can't. Hack the planet and keep it up.

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