The Room was a breath of fresh air in the app world two years ago, with enigmatic puzzles and sharp graphics. The Room Two keeps the legacy alive.
If you’re going to clone a game, you could do a lot worse than cloning Peggle.
The Minecraft-inspired Pixel Gun 3D may not be great, but it does have a robust multiplayer community.
Make Them Jump aims to be the latest in a series of maddeningly difficult but impossible-to-quit games.
The onetime sensation Angry Birds is still plenty of fun but Angry Birds Stella doesn’t really have the magic.
There’s really no question as to whether BioShock is a great game. It is. But the mobile version is disappointing.
Circle the Dot is a game of luck, not skill. And that feels as if the developer is cheating a bit.
Call of Duty hasn’t had a lot of luck in the mobile world, but that’s ok – because Modern Combat has filled the hole.
You can’t help but get a Clash of Clans vibe from Star Wars: Commander. But, that’s hardly a bad thing.
Until now, Flappy Bird has been the master of gaming frustration, but Swing Copters raises the bar.
PlunderNauts is a game that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
This is a straight forward platform game that looks to Sonic and Rayman for inspiration.
A Dark Room uses a very old-school text-based interface and relies on the strength of its story, player curiosity, and imagination to tell its tale.
Part of what makes Blek so appealing is its apparent simplicity – but it quickly becomes a complicated game, and that’s what keeps you playing.
This is an uncomplicated, uncluttered game that understands that less can be a whole lot more.