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Super Monkey Ball
Game Description:In Super Monkey Ball, players control one of the four monkeys from the Super Monkey Ball franchise -- AiAi, MeeMee, Baby and Gongon. With each monkey inside of a transparent ball, players must tilt the device to roll the monkey through 110 different stages, all while overcoming a number of obstacles such as gaps, slopes, narrow ledges and moving platforms. With a pinpoint control mechanism, players will simply tilt and turn the device to maneuver their monkey, accelerating and decelerating as they make their way through the colorfully animated world. The game features five different worlds and three gamplay modes – Main Game, Instant Play and Practice Mode.
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  • iPhone App Rundown

    They say you can tell a lot about a man by his apps. Apple has opened up a wonderful can of worms by welcoming the development of anyone with time, skill, and innovation enough to program new applications for their iPhone and iPod touch. And just as they did with iTunes, they're acting as a gatekeeper between the producer and the user, and...

    Posted August 16, 2008| 13 Comments

    iPhone App Rundown
  • iPhone 'Monkey Ball' Sells 300k

    According to SEGA, Super Monkey Ball for the iPhone has so far sold an impressive 300,000 copies. The game costs $9.99, meaning Sega has made multiple millions already. "That's a substantial business," says Simon Jeffery, president of Sega's U.S. division. "It gives iPhone a justifiable claim to being a viable gaming...

    Posted August 11, 2008| 5 Comments

    iPhone 'Monkey Ball' Sells 300k
  • iPhone Apps Burn Up the Sales Charts

    The app business is booming and Apple is cashing in bigtime on the first 30 days that the iPhone and iPhone 3G have been able to download and implement third party programs through their own App Store. In that first 30 days, users have downloaded more than 60 million programs and while most of those downloads were free, Apple still managed to...

    Posted August 11, 2008

    iPhone Apps Burn Up the Sales Charts