Disney Infinity: Toy Box 2.0 is a fun sandbox tool where your imagination can run wild.
Ball-rolling games are one of the most popular genres in the app store but frustrating for kids. Iron Ball Ride resolves that problem.
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.
Let’s not mince words: Beach Buggy Racing is a pretty generic racing game – but it gets a lot of little things right.
Candy Crush Saga was a phenomenon in 2013. And this latest entry in the series is more a continuation than a sequel.
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.
Hit games come and go in the app store, but Threes! is rightfully enjoying a long ride.
A company on the Main Line has created a mobile game for children that teaches kindness, helpfulness, and ways to do good — but they need your help fund the project.
Call of Duty hasn’t had a lot of luck in the mobile world, but that’s ok – because Modern Combat has filled the hole.
You can’t help but get a Clash of Clans vibe from Star Wars: Commander. But, that’s hardly a bad thing.
The study of so-called time-in-front-of-the-monitor needs to be expanded from TV and video games to hand held devices and the wide array of tools that are out there.
Like Threes! before it, 2048 is a math exercise hidden in a terrifically addictive matching game.