Apple Has Eliminated The Click Wheel Games

CLICK wheel games debuted alongside the iPod classic in 2006, and were backward-compatible with the iPod nano and iPod video. They were basically something that would eventually become iOS games available for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad devices. While no public SDK was ever released for click wheel game development, third-party developers like Gameloft, EA, PopCap and Disney all released software for the platform. In total, 49 games were released for click wheel iPods, with the latest arriving in 2009.

Previously, users could access the games via a link in the iTunes App Store called “iPod Click Wheel Games.” These games date back to Apple’s very first iPod model and include titles like Brick, Vortex, iQuiz, and Texas Hold’Em, totaling about 49 titles that all rely on the touch-sensitive wheel of the classic iPod. However, the link to this category of games is no longer available from the iTunes App Store menu.

It is believed that the official announcement of the execution , murder, put to rest will happen this Tuesday at the ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ event.

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