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Best of iOS News: From Dark Meadow to Frogger Pinball

_[Gamasutra rounds up the latest news in the world of App Store gaming, featuring standout releases like Dark Meadow, Loop Raccord, Frogger Pinball, and Isle of Tune HD.

Danny Cowan

October 11, 2011

2 Min Read

[Gamasutra rounds up the latest news in the world of App Store gaming, featuring standout releases like Dark Meadow, Loop Raccord, Frogger Pinball, and Isle of Tune HD.] - Survival Horror Game Dark Meadow Arrives In App Store Developer Phosphor Games Studio describes its fast-selling recent release as featuring "a visually stunning world of deep exploration, gripping story, and heart racing combat, created with the unrivaled power of the Unreal Engine 3." - Loop Raccord On Your iPad Now "Developer Nicolai Troshinsky (UFO on Tape) says that his Independent Games Festival Nuovo award finalist Loop Raccord is a game that uses 'cinematographic language and video editing logic as gameplay.'" - Infinity Blade Introduces Free Content Pack #4 The latest content-expanding update for Chair's Unreal-powered action game Infinity Blade adds a variety of new items, a new enemy, and a preview for the upcoming Infinity Blade II. - Metroid Prime Pinball Makers Release Frogger Pinball iOS "The game features three different tables (Swamp, City, and Space) with four enemy types each, Story and Challenge modes, power-ups that you unlock by collecting Eco Energy drops from enemies, and Game Center support for leaderboards." - Isle Of Tune HD's SimTunes Experience Comes To iPad This Week "Isle of Tune, the music sequencer/city builder that brought the wonderful experience of Toshio Iwai's PC classic SimTunes to the web, will also be on the iPad starting October 6, allowing you to create looping sounds out of suburban streets on your tablet." - Taito's Groove Coaster Updates With New Levels A recently launched update for Taito's rhythm-action game Groove Coaster introduces two new playable tracks, along with an additional song available via in-app purchase. - iOS Chiptune Player Noise Entertainment System Adds Super NES, Genesis Support "The latest version of Noise Entertainment System adds .spc, .vgm and .vgz support in a number of compressed archive formats. The app also plays back NES and Game Boy audio rips in .nsf and .gbs files."

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Danny Cowan is a freelance writer, editor, and columnist for Gamasutra and its subsites. Previously, he has written reviews and feature articles for gaming publications including 1UP.com, GamePro, and Hardcore Gamer Magazine.

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