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Here's a look at the history of Apple's early iPod games, from Brick to Texas was an electronic version of the single-player card game that's been gracing Brick, Parachute, Music Quiz and Solitare came with the iPod 3G, 4G, 5G, and iQuiz built on top of Music Quiz by adding three other trivia games.


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The fourth-generation iPod nano brought an accelerometer to the table, and Apple decided to show it off with a game called Maze, which required you to tilt the iPod around and move a ball through a maze. Those games were designed for an iPod whose click wheel was below the screen. You could wait a bit and Music Quiz would start eliminating incorrect answers. This was actually a pretty nice game that came out just as poker tournaments were burning up ESPN. The game would play one of your songs at random while displaying five possible titles. A subsequent firmware update added the game as a menu option. Apple got around this buy presenting a new button layout on the screen before the game began. Other than that, you used the click wheel to position the marbles and play a game of Chinese Checkers. These were mostly about pop culture and entertainment, and the music trivia game introduced by Music Quiz was expanded to include questions about albums and artists in addition to song titles. Users use the click wheel to move the paddle around the cylinder of bricks and destroy them while avoiding traps. Klondike Essentially Solitare, Klondike was released by Apple in Vortex Vortex was released by Apple in September, and is basically a clone of Breakout played from a top-down perspective. Powerups added to the fun but I always felt the ball moved too slowly. There were several game play and opponent options and even a neat Easter Egg that put heart-shaped cartoon face on the screen. Parachute As the iPod gained functionality and a color screen, Apple added more games. Maze The fourth-generation iPod nano brought an accelerometer to the table, and Apple decided to show it off with a game called Maze, which required you to tilt the iPod around and move a ball through a maze.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Customers had to either go without or re-purchase the games. Klondike and Vortex were re-worked in to play in portrait mode on the 4th-generation iPod nano. It was another simple but fun title and looked nice in color. As for the 4th-generation nano and its accelerometer and support for landscape mode, not all games were compatible with the new orientation. Music Quiz I never got into Music Quiz, though it was rather clever. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}To think that the App Store we know today started with a nice collection of simple yet fun games for the click wheel iPods. As the iPod gained functionality and a color screen, Apple added more games. The goal was to shoot helicopters down before they could deploy parachuters who would destroy the gun turrets. Still stumped? Vortex was released by Apple in September, and is basically a clone of Breakout played from a top-down perspective. I spent countless hours playing that simple little game. Your job was to identify the right one. Players used the click wheel to ricochet a ball around the screen and destroy several layers of bricks. I never got into Music Quiz, though it was rather clever. Also, games bought with early iPod models could not be synced over to the iPod Classic or 3rd-generation iPod nano.