Today we are looking at a cool poker game for the iPhone called MotionX Poker. Rather than using cards, the game uses five dice. Each player could conceivably get 5 of a kind of the same exact card the way the game plays.
To roll the dice you shake the iPhone up and down. The game takes full advantage of a physics engine and has great graphics. This is an excellent iPhone game.
Review excerpt: "The controls are great and very easy to use. To play you shake the iPhone up, down, and side to side as the dice move around the screen. The game makes use of a physics engine so the dice react as they would in real life when they collide with each other and the sides of the iPhone. As the dice roll, the iPhone vibrates as well for more feedback." Read the full MotionX Poker review here.
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