Think you know games? The Game Trivia app will test your knowledge in a variety of categories on both board and video games.
The water puzzle genre is pretty well established these days and Feed Me Oil 2, unfortunately, does nothing to advance the medium.
Take the characters and sound bytes from a popular Cartoon Network show and blend them with a popular game and you’ve got Ski Safari Adventure Time.
New Jersey is swinging for the fences in its last ditch effort to overturn a federal ban on sports betting in all but four states.
The Room Two app ranks as one of the best puzzle games in the app store.
Angry Birds might be a beloved app, but Angry Birds Go! is a kart racer cash grab that seems much more intent on separating players from their money.
Cut the Rope was not just charming, it was a game that required precision, thought, and good reflexes. Thankfully, that has all remained true for Cut the Rope 2.
Where’s My Water? 2 is a fun game but it has a lot to live up to in terms of the original and it falls a bit short.
The story in Fetch might seem a little dark. After all, it’s about a boy whose dog is kidnapped by an evil CEO. But the game is actually incredibly charming.
As a game, Tetris Blitz is a bit long in the tooth. But, by adding a ticking clock, Tetris blitz has ramped up the pressure and brought the thrill back.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown was voted to several console and PC ‘game of the year lists’ last year. That game, has now been transported to the app world.
The Mickey in Where’s My Micky? isn’t the one you see on Disney Channel these days. Instead, it’s the original mouse – who’s mischievous and not afraid to push the line.
If you and your friends like to stay competitive, even though you live in different parts of the country, the Showboatr app can help keep you in the game.
The app store is a breeding ground for clever puzzle games – and the latest that’s worthy of your time is 4 Pics, 1 Word.
The Scottie dog has a new nemesis in Monopoly after fans voted in an online contest to add a cat token to the property trading game, replacing the iron, toy maker Hasbro Inc. announced Wednesday.