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.
You’re not expecting too serious of an experience in a game called Goat Simulator. And you’d be right – but it’s still fun.
Angry Birds Transformers takes the well-known app franchise in a radically different direction.
On paper, Five Nights at Freddy’s shouldn’t be this terrifying. But once you lose, you can rule out going to sleep for a little while.
Plunder Pirates is a game app that doesn’t do anything wrong, but it doesn’t do anything great either.
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.