Disney Tsum Tsum may sound and look likes a kid’s game, but it’s not.
Ingress is a niche game, but it’s one of the few games that insists you get off the couch and go outside to play.
Atari Fit blends the company’s old school games with a fitness regiment, offering tokens as you meet daily exercise goals.
The dinosaur battles, as they’re shown in this app, really aren’t all that fun.
Heroes Charge is a perfectly innocuous game. It’s not offensive and is fun in small doses, but it’s not a game that’s likely to consume players.
Terraria is an app – based on a PC game – that not only lets users create whatever their imagination can dream up, but it makes use of those creations.
Tamagotchi have hit the app store – with the familiar look of the hero of the Cut the Rope games.
When it comes to film tie-ins, Big Hero 6: Baymax Blast is probably not what you’d expect from the hit Disney film.
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.
On the surface, Best Fiends looks like another match three game – and it’s a great one. But there’s a role-playing side.
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.
Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 is a fun sandbox tool where your imagination can run wild.
While the class may look like your average computer class, the girls participating are actually testing a game design curriculum for schools and students nationwide.
It seems like we were just talking about Five Nights at Freddy’s but the sequel is already out – and it’s just as good.
Let’s not mince words: Beach Buggy Racing is a pretty generic racing game – but it gets a lot of little things right.