CrossComm has released Lumina, a casual puzzler aimed at iPhone users. It’s a remake of the classic 1980s-era electronic game Simon, in which you have to press four colored squares and repeat the sequence of colors and sounds the computer produces.
Lumina is free to play — it’s designed to fit the iPhone’s screen and it’s also designed to be fun to play on the iPhone, and if you want to share your scores with other players, you can create an account and log in to it to record your score for posterity.
“We found that these technologies exceeded our expectations in creating rich Internet applications,” said Shin.
Since Lumina is using regular Web technology to work, you can even get it to work on your lowly old Mac, if you’re not waiting in line to buy an iPhone somewhere, yet.