Arcane’s Tower Defense Windows Phone 7 game teaser

Ready from pretty cool XNA action on Windows Phone 7? French indie studio Graphic Stream have released the teaser trailer of Acarne’s Tower Defense: Wrath of the Gob King, a 3D Tower Defense game for Windows Phone developed with XNA that will be playable in single player and multi player mode. Check out the video below:

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Foursquare for Windows Phone 7 updated to work with the latest Beta tools

The Foursquare application for Windows Phone 7 that was demoed back in Vegas during MIX and later open sourced has now finally been updated to work with the latest Beta developer tools. Feel free to go and download it to get a better understanding of how web connected WP7 applications work. don’t hesitate to try it out on one of the developer devices if you are lucky enough to have one.

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The Samsung Galaxy S has arrived

I’ve just received a Samsung Galaxy S which I will review in the coming days.I still have to finish up my HTC Wildfire review thought and have a couple of other side projects in the works so don’t expect the Galaxy S review before the end of next week. I’ll post picture samples and probably videos before stating Monday. If you have any questions you want answered don’t hesitate to asked them in the comments below, on Twitter or by mail.

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 Applications

Microsoft’s Channel 9 is once again featuring a Windows Phone 7 related video today.This one focuses around the Windows Phone 7 applications that Microsoft has developed internally to show off the platform to third-party developers (you’ll catch a glimpse of the Stocks app, Level app, grocery/shopping list app etc running on the Samsung Taylor..). You definitely won’t get wow’ed by them given the rather bland UI that they have. But remember that those apps and their source code are meant to be released to everybody in the near feature (and some will be/are available in the Marketplace). Hit the break to check out the 20 minutes long video:

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