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Two Capcom-published games hit the App Store

10:30 PM on 05.04.2010 // Brad Nicholson

Publisher Capcom has two fresh games available on the App Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch: Dark Void Zero and Hatchlings.

In a recent press release, Capcom celebrated the fact that both titles are using Aurora Feint's OpenFeint tech, which in a nutshell, allows for leaderboards and an Xbox LIVE-like Achievement system.

Dark Void Zero is an Other Ocean Interactive-developed title that started out as an April Fool's joke. It then became an NES-style 8-bit platformer that was well received by critics when it launched on DSI Ware and PC.

Hatchlings, according to its App Store description, is an "addictive puzzler" staring a lizard that can hit things with its tale. It has match-three type play.

Hatchlings is price at 99 cents. Dark Void Zero is $1.99.




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