Joining the ranks of the fifth-generation iPod, Apple's iTunes Store is now selling Tetris, Ms. Pac-Man and Sudoku available for the third-generation iPod nano and the iPod classic. Apple CEO Steve Jobs first indicated that the new iPods would be able to play games at Apple's "The Beat Goes On" special event held in San Francisco, and said that the games would be available in a few weeks. Users who have already downloaded these games for their fifth-generation iPods need to buy them again for the new iPod nano or iPod classic. So far, only the above mentioned three games have been reworked with the new devices – it is expected that the other downloadable games available for fifth-generation iPods will soon hit the online store.
News source: PC World