Belgian indie Tale of Tales has ported The Graveyard, its short PC "game" originally released in 2008 and nominated for IGF 2009's Innovation award, to iPhone. As with the Windows/Mac versions, the mobile port has two editions, a Lite version available for free and the $1.99 full version, in which its possible for the protagonist to die.

In The Graveyard, players controls an elderly woman during as she hobbles around a cemetery toward a bench for her to rest. Once sitting, she sits and listens to a song, then leaves. In the full version of the game, there's a chance she dies while sitting on the bench.

"The Graveyard offers a player the opportunity to imagine themselves in a certain situation," explains creators Auriea Harvey and Michael Samyn. "It's not a game in the sense that there is a way to win or lose or a puzzle to solve, or even a story to uncover. But the interaction does immerse you in a virtual world filled with narrative, an equally powerful feature of the medium of video games.

The developers note that because the iPhone hardware is less powerful than a PC, they made several changes to the game's graphics, removing post-processing, real-time overlays, animated trees, and birds. Samyn adds, "Still, if you ask us, The Graveyard is one of the best looking and sounding games on the iPhone."