Digital Chocolate has released Jurassic 3D Rollercoaster Rush, its latest game for the iPhone and iPod touch. A follow-up to the company’s earlier Rollercoaster Rush 3D, Jurassic 3D has players attempting to raise their excitement meters and score more points by challenging drops, loops, and chasm jumps from inside a coaster car. Features include a career mode with 40 different tracks, a challenge race mode, a Bluetooth multiplayer mode, and more. Jurassic 3D Rollercoaster Rush is available now from the App Store and sells for $5; a free trial version is also available.
App Zap has released an update to PandoraBox, its deal-finding application for the iPhone and iPod touch. PandoraBox offers users continuously updated information relating to new App Store releases and price reductions. In addition, it allows users to create their own lists of favorite applications to track. PandoraBox is available now as a free download.
Opal Limited, publishers of the music application Bloom, has released Air, its second app for the iPhone and iPod touch. Based on concepts developed by Brian Eno and created by Peter Chilvers and vocalist Sandra O’Neill, Air assembles vocal and piano samples into new compositions. The app features four “control” modes, which let the user tap in different areas of the display to control the compositions, and three “listen” modes, which provide a choice of arrangement; the app also offers the ability to spread the composition over multiple iPhone and iPod touch units. Air is available now and is priced at $2.
Chillingo and Kinelco have released Underground, a new game for the iPhone and iPod touch. Underground is a horror/graffiti-themed side-scrolling 2D shoot ‘em up game, featuring multi-directional shooting using the touch screen, graffiti artwork by the artist Frames, an original hip-hop soundtrack scored by Pp3d, three difficulty levels, over 60 different enemies, 11 different weapons, and more. Underground is available now and sells for $4.