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article imageGaming to be spotlight of Apple iPhone 3G

By Vinay Chand     Jul 11, 2008 in Technology
In what is proposed to be the next big thing for the new range of Apple iPhone 3G phones, 3D gaming has emerged as the clear-cut winner.
Announcing the all new gaming platform which is sure to draw a sufficient market share, the iPhone 3G.
In the latest news off the block from Apple, the Apple stores will now enable users to buy and download games from publishers or developers. Of course, free demos will always be available. An estimated 175 games are said to be already available for download.
Titles such as Tetris, Sudoku and Scrabble off the shelves of EA are ready. Apart from these, for those looking for more action, better graphics you have the Asphalt Racing 4, and other series of titles from Gameloft.
The iPhone, which commands an impressive market share, is most widely used for its Internet and GPS services. Introduction of gaming for the new iPhone 3G will make it even more of an attractive gadget.
In terms of graphics, the phone would incorporate most of the features of the PSP, and in terms of performance it is said to imitate the Nintendo DS. All that's left is the experience and for those who doubt it, well, it's said to be unreal, as not only can you use the already efficient touch-screen but also perform moves or turns etc, by simply tilting the phone or increase acceleration with the accelerometer.
The phone which might command a hefty price for buying it off brand new, will probably still succeed in wooing consumers.
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