Apple has simplified the way it sells games through iTunes, moving from two lists, each list focused on different models of iPod, to one list which offers games for all supported models.
iTunes games are now compatible with the third generation iPod nano, the iPod classic and fifth generation iPods. Games for the iPhone and the iPod touch aren't yet available.
A new title has also appeared, Zuma. The company offers 22 games and three education-focused titles for the iPod.
In related news, Apple in the UK doesn't appear to be offering its regular free single of the week this week. It isn't yet known if this is a technical or logistical slip, or if the company has decided to abandon the weekly new artist promotion.