Pangea Software announced today the release of updates for nine iOS games. The updates will allow all nine games to work in the native screen resolution on the 4″ display of the new iPhone 5.
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Another week means another game developer jumping on board the AirPlay support bandwagon. Previously, Firemint and The Binary Mill announced AirPlay functionality, now it’s the turn of Pangea Software’s line up.
Six of their titles have been updated to provide native support for iOS 5′s AirPlay streaming: Bugdom 2, Cro-Mag Rally, Nanosuar 2, Otto Matic, Quarters, and Enigmo 2. Each title can be played at 1080p with the Apple HDMI adapter or 720p via AirPlay. It’ll work on any iPad 2 or iPhone 4S running iOS5.
As well as that, Cro-Mag Rally and Nanosaur 2 have had a new ‘Spectator-Cam’ mode added to make the most of AirPlay support. This means an unique view of the game is sent to an HDTV, making it much more entertaining and sociable for others to watch.
All of the titles have also received a graphical overhaul with new higher resolution artwork implemented to ensure they all look great on HDTVs.
All of Pangea’s updated apps are available now.
Yes, you heard that right – Pangea is making all of their iPhone, iPod touch and iPad games free from 8 AM to 8 PM CST today and today only, in honor of the third anniversary of Apple’s App Store. Once 8 PM hits, they will all go to a $.99 price, a sale that does not yet have an end date. These games include Enigmo, Enigmo 2, Otto Matic, Bugdom 2 and Cro Mag Rally, among many others.
“iOS and the App Store are the most important things to come along in the video game industry in a generation,” said Brian Greenstone, President of Pangea Software, “We’ve been very fortunate to have been a part of this, so to say ‘Thank You’ to all of our awesome customers we’re hosting the biggest giveaway the App Store has ever seen.”
Pangea Software has been in the game software business since 1987, creating games for the Apple IIgs and the Macintosh, though they plan to focus solely on iOS games for the foreseeable future. They released their first game, Xenocide, for the Apple IIgs in 1989.
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