Yesterday I bought some games for my iPod from the iTunes store. There's some pretty cool stuff on there actually. The games I got are: Sonic the Hedgehog, which is a port of the first Sonic game. It's pretty cool, although the controls don't always do what you want them to. For example, you have to press the middle mutton to jump, yet sometimes, he wont jump which can be lethal sometimes. But it's a portable Sonic, so who cares? If you properly want to play it, you're not going to do it on your iPod anyway. Song Summoner, which is an RPG by Square-Enix. At the start of the game you have to select songs from your iPod, which the game then makes into soldiers. The game itself works sort of like the Final Fantasy Tactics games. You can choose which song/soldiers you want to use to battle the enemies. The cool thing is, that by listening the song of which you made a soldier, you get points which make you stronger in battle. I'd not really a fan of these tactical RPGs myself, but if you like them it's pretty cool. Sudoku from EA. Not much to explain I guess, just a Sudoku game. Works surprisingly well, you can either choose to rotate the disc to move from space to space, or simply touch one of the directions. Spore Origins, which is just the first stage of the original Spore game. You have to collect food to grow and after each stage you can adjust your creature a little. The game has 20 levels, each in the first stage of Spore. It's kind of fun, but not good enough to spend your money on I guess. Brain Challenge, just another Brain Training game. The controls make it harder sometimes, because from time to time you just don't know what to do or how to input the answer, appart from that there's not much to say about it. The games aren't very expensive at $5,- each, so if you're looking for a game to play while on the road you might want to look into them. Especially Sonic is pretty nice, despite the controls. It does have a save option though, so after each level you can simply stop playing for a while and continue at the level you left of at the next time. Does anyone else have any experience with iPod games?