Gameloft has released Real Soccer 2010, its follow-up to the well-received Real Soccer 2009 game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The new game offers a number of additions to and improvements upon last year’s edition, including online and local multiplayer, 8 leagues, 245 teams and real players’ names, 14 precisely modeled 3D stadiums, voice commentary, new game modes, the ability to upload replays to YouTube, and improved controls. Real Soccer 2010 is available now from the App Store and sells for $7.
Texas Instruments has introduced BA II Plus, its first application for the iPhone and iPod touch. BA II Plus Financial Calculator emulates the exact capabilities of TI’s best-selling financial calculator, including time-value-of-money calculations, generation of amortization schedules, cash-flow analysis, breakeven, profit, and percent difference calculations, a date function, scientific capabilities, 10-value memory, and an intuitive 2nd function key. BA II Plus Financial Calculator is available now and is priced at $15.
Agile partners, makers of the popular app Guitar Toolkit, has launched TabToolkit, its latest application for the iPhone and iPod touch. Offering playback of guitar tablature files, it features support for text, PDF, Power Tab, and Guitar Pro files, a MIDI synthesizer to let users hear the instrument being played, views of both standard music and tablature notation, a metronome feature, the ability to display a fretboard or piano keyboard to show finger positions, the ability to download tabs from the Internet using a built-in browser, and more. TabToolkit sells for $10.
Kiloo has unveiled Whac-A-Mole, its first game for the iPhone and iPod touch. Officially licensed by Mattel, Whac-A-Mole offers a variety of weapons, including a mallet, spiked club, and baseball bat, four different game modes, and graphics reminiscent of real-world Whac-A-Mole games. Whac-A-Mole is available now and sells for $4.