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Friday, 05 September 2008 12:16

EA Mobile announces 9 new titles for iPhone and iPod Touch

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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SimCity, Sims 3, NFS Undercover…

 

Besides announcing this month’s availability of Spore Origins for the iPhone and iPod Touch, giving casual gamers a chance to chase evolution on their favorite pets, EA Mobile also announced other nine titles currently in development and pending regional availability.

So, iPhone and iPod Touch will see YAHTZEE Adventures, EA Mini Golf, Lemonade Tycoon, Mahjong, MONOPOLY: Here & Now The World Edition, SimCity, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 09, Need for Speed Undercover, and The Sims 3.

iPod games are available for 3rd gen iPod nano, 5th gen iPod and iPod classic, and can even be sent as a gifti using the iTunes gifting feature.

We’re glad to hear that iPod and iPhone users will get a chance to have some fun in their “idle” hours but if you ask us, bringing Sims to these mobile devices is a bit ironic – I mean, leaving the house to live your life and bringing your mobile device to live your “other” life? Now that’s just sad, isn’t it?

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