There don’t seem to be a lot of immediately unique qualities to Star Wars: Commander, other than its well-known universe. Still, that universe adds a lot.
Claymation may seem an odd fit for the app world, but Clay Jam is a quirky and fun game that will make you rethink those perceptions.
Ball-rolling games are one of the most popular genres in the app store but frustrating for kids. Iron Ball Ride resolves that problem.
They downloaded gaming apps without their parents’ permission, yet the parents still had to foot the bill! Now for the second time this year, the Federal Trade Commission is going after a company that allowed it to happen.
Although Calling All Mixels was seemingly intended as a game that offered a lot of variety in gameplay, it never really succeeds completely.
The focus on this latest app from the creators of Clash of Clans is on combat – and it’s a fun battle to wage.
FTL: Faster Than Light takes your sci-fi fantasies and injects a degree of strategy and reality into them, keeping you on your toes.
Card Wars started as nothing but a fictional game in the show Adventure Time on the Cartoon Network. Now it’s a real thing.
Traffic Racer takes the ‘endless runner’ formula and adds fast moving cars on top of it.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is widely considered one of the best games in the series, with a strong story, plot twists, and mature themes.
Piracy is a scenario that very few games have mastered – but Assassin’s Creed Pirates gets it right.
Call of Duty fans are a passionate bunch but it’s worth noting that ‘Call of Duty: Strike Team’ isn’t what they’re used to.
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.
Scribble Hero is an imaginative game that manages to make the shooter genre charming – on a cartoon level.
This environmentally-themed puzzle game is philanthropic and environmentally friendly, but that doesn’t completely make up for its flaws.