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.
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.
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.
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.
SimCity BuildIt may look a lot like a typical SimCity game, but it’s more like Farmville or any other popular, time-based resource game.
SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run does nothing to stand out from the countless endless runner games on the market.
Sometimes you just need a time waster – and Dumb Ways to Die 2 fits that bill perfectly.
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.
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.
Candy Crush Saga was a phenomenon in 2013. And this latest entry in the series is more a continuation than a sequel.
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.