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Okay, so we've all checked out the "best of 2009 lists." We downloaded Canabalt and Galcon. And, like, that's cool and all, but there have already been a ton of great iPhone titles released in 2010 - we're listing off a few of our favorites, so the inevitable march of progress doesn't leave you behind.
After all, you don't want to be kicked out of the cool kids club.
VANQUISH: The Oath of Brothers - iPhone, Action, GAMEVIL, $2.99
Tumbledrop - iPhone, Puzzle, Starfruit Games, $1.99
Hellkid: Hook and Jump - iPhone, Arcade, StudioUFO, $0.99
#1: Tower Climb - Windows, Platformer, Davioware
Man, there's nothing worse than being stuck at home sick - but having a 'comfort routine' makes it a little more bearable. Favorite sick bed foods, favorite movies, and, of course, a good sick bed game can make the time go by much faster. Here are the games you like to keep you company when you're all quarantined up.
Next week's Feedback question: What game hasn't gone mobile yet that needs to? Weigh in with a video or audio comment on www.Bytejacker.com, a video response on YouTube, or a message on our hotline: (530) 675-GAME
RT @acarboni: Yesterday @aegies stopped by to talk FEZ and @disasterpeace gave an in-studio performance! http://t.co/w53arHgq
Hey, remember Free Indie Rapid Fire? It's a part of @newchallenger now, video comments and all! Here's this week's: http://t.co/7N1xAqB0
@spirit31gaming I actually put a video up on Bytejacker and the Bytejacker YouTube/Facebook about it when we started- guess you missed it ;)
@spirit31gaming Moved FIRF and indie reviews over to the @NewChallenger youtube. http://t.co/EyCeVMPi
RT @acarboni: Hey, guys? FREE. INDIE. RAPID. FIRE. (seriously) http://t.co/uVcGzbgy
Used the terms "scaling" and "ux experience" when she asked for details. I have learned a lot here in SF.