By Ishaan . February 26, 2011 . 11:58am
Capcom have been making a lot of progress on the iPhone front in recent years, porting some of their best games to the system. One look at their portfolio, and you’re likely to notice a line-up of high-profile titles like Resident Evil 4, Street Fighter IV, Ghost Trick, and even Devil May Cry 4 Refrain.
However, Capcom also develop original iPhone games. Recently, they released Smurfs’ Village and Zombie Café, and reported earlier today that both games have seen over 10 million downloads between the two of them.
Smurfs’ Village has you take on the role of a Smurf in the game. You start out with a plot of land and a house, and from there, it’s up to you to grow and cultivate the village. Meanwhile, Zombie Café has you managing a café with only zombies to serve as your employees, and you have to train them into waiters.
Both games are free to download and play, but Capcom charge players for buying in-game items, such as Smurfberries to speed up the growth of your crops and village.