The iPhone 5 and fifth-generation iPod touches have been with us for quite some time now and although they have proved to be extremely successful, consumers are still noticing that some of their favorite apps have yet to be updated with full user-interface support for the larger display that Apple bundled with the devices. After the initial influx of app updates around the release date of the hardware, things have substantially slowed down, but today has brought two notable and much welcomed iPhone 5 based updates, including one that some users never thought would actually come due to the recent Google acquisition.
You read the title, and you think we are going mad. It only seems like yesterday that we were hooking up the Commodore Amiga looking forward to playing a game of Cannon Fodder, or enjoying the fun and frolics that the little blue hedgehog Sonic brought to us via the Sega Megadrive.
The huge success of the iPhone and iPad versions of Real Racing 2 has prompted the developers, Firemint, to port the game over and make available for OS X via the Mac App Store. Real Racing 2 is well know amongst the gaming faithful as one of the most advanced and professionally executed games available on a mobile device with versions available for iPhone and iPad as well the Android operating system.
If there's one certainty about the release of a new iDevice, it's that Firemint will announce a new, shiny release of the ever-popular racing simulator, Real Racing 2.