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.
Charm is sometimes hard to find in games, but TwoDots pulls it off. With a minimalist play style, it’s both challenging – and inviting.
There aren’t many games that will divide people as quickly as Geometry Dash. Some will love it. Others will be frustrated by it.
God of Light offers a new take on physics-driven games by tasking players to aim beams of light onto different mirrors to make them reach their destination.
With its deceptively simple appearance, the Thomas Was Alone game has soul — delivered through a wonderful narration.
The Angry Birds Epic app actually tries something new, opting for turn-based combat rather than the physics-based game we all know.
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.
Although Calling All Mixels was seemingly intended as a game that offered a lot of variety in gameplay, it never really succeeds completely.
The focus on this latest app from the creators of Clash of Clans is on combat – and it’s a fun battle to wage.