Pangea Software has released updates to several of its games adding support for the new AirPlay mirroring features set to debut in iOS 5 next week. Enigmo 2 and Nanosaur 2 now support full 1080p video output via AirPlay to an Apple TV or an HDMI adapter and include several other “internal code improvements.” In addition to 1080p HD video output, Cro-Mag Rally also adds new interface screens with higher-resolution graphics, tweaked driving controls and vehicle capabilities and now includes all multiplayer modes at no additional charge; previously Tag and Capture the Flag required an additional in-app purchase. Nanosaur 2 and Cro-Mag Rally also both add support for Game Center player photos on iOS 5.
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