If you’ve played Candy Crush Saga, Jelly Splash may seem familiar. From its Candy Land-like setting to its challenges and gameplay, there’s a lot we’ve seen before.
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.
If you’re an Angry Birds fan, though Angry Birds Star Wars II is bound to keep you entranced.
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.
While Butterfly Sky might sound like an acid trip or something, it’s actually a very kid-friendly game that’s fun for adults too.
Pivvot is not a game for the feint-hearted. It’s hard – and it gets harder the longer you play.
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.
Limbo, one of the best games to come out in the past few years, recently made its debut in app form.
Sid Meier is the mastermind behind some of the best PC games around. Now he’s put out his first mobile game and it’s everything you’d expect.
The LEGO series has been a smash on console game systems – and LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes is widely considered one of the best.
Cut the Rope is one of the few apps that can stand alongside Angry Birds in terms of popularity. Now, a true sequel is finally available.
Scribble Hero is an imaginative game that manages to make the shooter genre charming – on a cartoon level.