I think it is safe to assume that if and when iPod Touch/iPhone games get off the ground (on the back of the SDK shipping to third parties) that the games will be delivered via iTunes which is a bummer for folks like yourself oshada. The up-side for people who do have access to iTunes is that hopefully there will be loads of them available.
As for the more traditional iPods and their games I have to say I have been pleasantly surprised. Granted the click wheel isn't ideal for some games (Sonic the Hedgehog being one of the most notable examples) but for titles like Zuma and iQuiz its perfect.
What's even better is that despite annoying control niggles, the games always seem to be polished to the max. If Apple maintain a tight hold on what appears on the iPod via iTunes, it might really be a good thing. The last thing we want is the platform becoming a shovelware repository.
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