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New in the App Catalog for 07 January 2010

by Derek Kessler Fri, 08 Jan 2010 7:59 am EST

App Catalog So yesterday might have been a big day at CES 2010 for Palm. We got the Palm Pre Plus and the Pixi Plus, and they’re going to be exclusive to Verizon. We got the Pre headed to SFR in France. We got Flash, a webOS App Gallery on PreCentral, video recording, and webOS 1.4. But what’s exciting, and what we get right now, is new apps. And those new apps come with 3D gaming, ala the iPhone. In fact, Palm’s new Plug-in Development Kit allows developers to make C and C++ apps that will work beautifully on webOS. As such, developers like EA, Gameloft, and Glu are here and showing off what that delicious hardware is really capable of. Curious what games are available? Well, while you’re waiting for the App Catalog to load, we recommend you hope right past the break and catch a glimpse for yourself of our daily list.

New Apps:

  • Asphalt 5, $6.99, by Gameloft: Race more than 30 different cars in more than a dozen beautiful locations around the world in this 3D racing game.
  • Brain Challenge, $6.99, by Gameloft: You personal brain-training coach.
  • Dictionary Free, Free, by KDB Productions: Look up the words you just need to know.
  • Glyder 2, $2.99, by Glu Mobile: Unlock the mysteries of a strange new environment while you soar through the open skies and swoop through tight caverns.
  • Let’s Golf, $5.99, by Gameloft: Grab a club, take a swing, and pray for a birdie in this fun 3D golf simulator.
  • Lucy, $4.99, by NA: Location-based reminder app, ten locations, one mile radius.
  • Monopoly, $6.99, by Electronic Arts: The original beloved board game. Take a ride on Reading Railroad, buy Boardwalk, and go directly to jail (do not pass go, do not collect $200).
  • My GPS, $0.99, by Spyder Speak: Get your current speed, altitude, coordinates, heading, and address.
  • Need for Speed Undercover, $9.99, by Electronic Arts: Chase or be chased in this 3D racing game. Buy and upgrade cars and outrun the police.
  • Scrabble, $6.99, by Electronic Arts: You know what spells fun? Well, f-u-n, but also s-c-r-a-b-b-l-e.
  • Speed Limit, $0.99, by SpeedyMarks: Display your current speed and get a warning if you go over the limit.
  • Sudoku by EA, $4.99, by Electronic Arts: Get every column and every box filled with every number between 1 and 9.
  • Tetris, $6.99, by Electronic Arts: It’s Tetris. What more can we say?
  • The Oregon Trail, $5.99, by Gameloft: My westward-bound family died of dysentery because I spend all my money on bacon.
  • The Sims 3, $9.99, by Electronic Arts: The #1 PC gaming franchise of all time comes to webOS. Customize and control your Sim in interactions with a virtual world and its inhabitants.
  • X-Plane 9, $9.99, by Laminar Research: The first flight simulator for webOS, X-Plane 9 brings rich graphics and flight modeling to accurate gameplay.
  • Yo Dawg!, $0.99, by Keen Studios: Throw down some “gangster” lingo with hundreds of hilarious phrases.