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The iPhone 5 has been out for a whole week now, and with its larger screen, developers are now faced with having to redesign their existing apps to make full use to the whole 4-inches.
Here are some developers, designers and studios that have been quick to offer their apps to iPhone 5 consumers whilst the market is still new and relatively small:
@BitMonster – BitMonster’s Lili is a quirky adventure RPG hybrid set on the mysterious island of Geos.
@AyopaGames – Ayopa’s W.E.L.D.E.R is a word game in which users must create clever combos to get high scores.
@smule – Magic Piano by Smule is an addictive music game guaranteed to give you hand cramp.
@Algoriddim – Algoriddim’s djay turns your iPhone 5 into a full-fledged portable DJ system.
@JuicyBits – Halftone by Juicy Bits turns your photos into unique, vintage comincs.
@Chillingo – Chillingo’s Anomaly Warzone Earth HD flips the tower defense genre on its head by making you the enemy.
@ravenousgames – Ravenous Games, the creators of the fantastic League of Evil 2, has released another epic pixel platformer entitled Random Heroes – both are compatible with iPhone 5.
@touch_foo – Voted the no.1 adventure game on the US App Store, Touch Foo’s Swordingo features a magical realm of dungeons, towns, treasures and devious monsters.
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