Games for Apple's iPhone are quickly advancing in sophistication, moving beyond mere find-a-words and Sudoku boards and onto the brink of what some might consider hardcore games. We've got a Halo clone in Gameloft's N.O.V.A., fully-fledged EA Sports titles and now Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars which was originally developed for the Nintendo DS.
You play as Huang Lee, the son of a recently murdered gang boss and the heir to a lot of misery in the seedy underbelly of Liberty City. Lee's goal is restore honour to his family and avenge his father's death, but doing this requires him to first earn the respect of his father's peers, a motley mix of egocentric low-lives who immediately put Lee to work running errands of murder, terrorise and peddle drugs — standard Rockstar fare.
The excellent story of Chinatown Wars is told in stills.