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Sega has developed a unique version of it’s “Super Monkey Ball” game for the iPhone. The action is controlled solely by the built in...

Dan Gould
Dan Gould on April 28, 2008.

Sega has developed a unique version of it’s “Super Monkey Ball” game for the iPhone. The action is controlled solely by the built in motion sensors. You tilt the device back and forth to move a ball through a series of obstacles. The beauty of this interface is in it’s simplicity. The use of physical motions as opposed to buttons, makes it so natural that anyone could pick up the game and know right away how to play it.

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Dan is an information omnivore, autodidact and creative generalist who has written for publications including the Huffington Post, Jaunted, PSFK.com and Time/CNN. Dan has also provided commentary on trends for media outlets such as Wired and Parade magazine.

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