New iPhone games available at the App Store include Red Rocket Games' match-three game Dark Harvest and a pair of ten-pin titles: Perpetual FX Creative's Galactic Bowling and Crave's Brunswick Pro Bowling.
In Dark Harvest (US$2.99), players match three or more like-colored orbs to clear them from the board. Each cleared board gives them another evil vegetable to grow; collect all 30 vegetables to fill the garden and finish the game. Six power-ups help them clear the levels. Facebook Connect integration is included for sharing high scores.
Galactic Bowling ($4.99) takes gamers on an intergalactic bowling journey full of characters who tell their stories via in-game cinematics, unlocking levels, more characters, special balls, and whammies (ways to disrupt opponents) along the way. Solo, Regular, and Battle game modes are included.
Brunswick Pro Bowling ($2.99) offers a more realistic take on the sport, with realistic physics and sound effects, lane conditions that change in real time, five alleys, character customization, and more. Up to four human or computer opponents can compete, although the former is available only through pass-and-play.