The Wall Street Journal last week wrote about how the iPhone is a gaming platform to watch, with Sega selling 500,000 copies of Super Monkey Ball for $9.99, you can quickly deduce that this could be a big market for game developers. The Wall Street Journal states: "The iPhone and its sister device the iPod touch, which feature big screens and powerful graphics, are emerging as serious competitors to Nintendo's DS handheld and Sony's PlayStation Portable."
Ilium Software is joining the fray and just announced the release of its first foray in the iPhone/iTouch game world with Kings Corners which they originally released in 1997 for the original Windows Mobile platform.
As Marc states on his blog entry "The game is based off a solitaire classic called Kings in the Corners. The idea is to get all the face cards down on the table without running out of slots to place cards in. If you want more details on the play the best thing to do is just play it!"
For $.99 it is a good value, can accessed in the App Store here and I will be adding it to my software collection...