Monument Valley is unlike any game you’ve played. It’s a winding, brain warping title that will occasionally frustrate you to no end.
Leo’s Fortune is a basic platform game that takes cues from Sonic but proves frustrating at times.
When an app’s called Goat Rampage, you probably shouldn’t expect it to make a lot of sense. This one is fun short term but ultimately a one-trick pony (or… goat).
The movie was a hit earlier this summer, but when it comes to apps, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 falls short.
Whether you consider Surgeon Simulator any good really depends on how you approach this app.
Although Calling All Mixels was seemingly intended as a game that offered a lot of variety in gameplay, it never really succeeds completely.
Crosswords are getting a 21st century update. Cross Wars makes the solitary pasttime a two-player game.
Farm Heroes Saga is much like Candy Crush Saga, with a different coat of paint – but also entertaining and addictive.
Does a casino that plies someone with booze have a duty to protect him from his own bad decision-making?
LEGO The Lord of the Rings may have been a hit on consoles, but the transition to mobile is a bit rough. It’s still a fun game, but it has some weaknesses.
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.
Jackpots at some Atlantic City slot machines could soon be getting a big boost. New Jersey gaming officials approved a plan to participate in a slot system called “Powerbucks.”
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.
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.