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Start your engines for the best racing games on iOS!

I love racing. Both in real life and game format, I simply can't get enough of it. As the years have rolled past, advancements in both hardware and in game design have left us with some really stunning choices. Great graphics, intuitive and easy to use control systems, racing fans have some great choices on iOS. Here's some of the best.

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Graffiti Collective for iOS review: Make and share your own graffiti!

The people behind youth smoking prevention campaign Truth have just released their own message game for iOS: Graffiti Collective. The basic theme is that smoking is really bad for you and the American cigarette companies do lots of awful things to keep people smoking. BUT even people who smoke like a hundred packs a day might just dig this free game's actual gameplay. As you can guess, it involves lots of awesome graffiti.

I like to think that games qualify as art. And like art, some games seek to promote messages rather than simply entertain. Not everyone will agree with what a message game has to say, but that’s how art works too.

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Layton Brothers Mystery Room is a Professor Layton spin-off for iOS, and it's just as good

Layton Brothers Mystery Room for iOS isn't a port of one of the Professor Layton titles made popular on the Nintendo DS, but it's pretty darn close. Available now for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Layton Brothers stars the son of the Professor, and detective extraordinaire, Alfendi Layton.

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Plants vs. Zombies 2 delayed, now arriving sometime 'later in the summer'

Anyone excited for the July 18 launch of Plants vs. Zombies 2 should prepare to be disappointed; it's been delayed. It feels like we've been waiting an eternity already for it, but without explaining why, Popcap took to Twitter to break the bad news:

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World's toughest programmer explains how to make educational games fun

Mike Lee's New Lemurs has released Lemurs Chemistry: Water - a fun educational game that teaches kids (and adults) the chemistry of water. As the name of the game (and company) implies, lemurs abound in the game. Lee shares with us some of his thoughts on how you can make an educational game enriching and fun to play.

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Tiny Tina adds D&D twist to Borderlands 2

Aspyr Media has announced the release of Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, the newest Downloadable Content (DLC) for the hit action game Borderlands 2. It's available for download from Steam, and it's out the same day as it was released for the PC.

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'Where's My Mickey' brings Disney's beloved mouse, all new adventure

The third "Where's My Water" game from Disney is now available, and this one stars Mickey Mouse. Where's My Mickey costs 99 cents to download, with more content unlocked using a 99 cent in-app purchase.

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Take on the Empire in Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga on sale until June 26

Lego fans, Star Wars fans, or just fans of fun Mac games might be interested to hear that the Lego Star Wars: The Complete Trilogy game is on sale in the Mac App Store. The offer lasts until June 26, so not long left to catch it, but the title is 50% off so can be yours for just $9.99.

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Grow Mobile launches a universal mobile app marketing platform for iOS

We don't normally cover this sort of thing here, but following up on Talk Mobile Gaming, and our discussion on how to market apps, we thought we'd take a look at closer look at third-party options. Game and app developers have a lot to consider when choosing to market their products through in-game/app advertising. Which advertising networks reach the most users? Who gives developers the best deal? If a developer decides to use multiple ad networks, tracking and comparing the results of each network becomes a time consuming task of its own.

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Microsoft reportedly bringing Xbox and PC games to the iPhone

Microsoft is reportedly planning on bringing a number of Xbox and PC titles to the iPhone starting later this year. According to a report on Reuters, Microsoft is collaborating with Japanese developer Klab Inc. in order to bring these games to their competitor's platforms.

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