Take the characters and sound bytes from a popular Cartoon Network show and blend them with a popular game and you’ve got Ski Safari Adventure Time.
The latest FIFA game from Electronic Arts has great gameplay, an absurdly thorough roster, and eye-popping graphics but, single play is limited in the free version.
If you’ve played Candy Crush Saga, Jelly Splash may seem familiar. From its Candy Land-like setting to its challenges and gameplay, there’s a lot we’ve seen before.
While Butterfly Sky might sound like an acid trip or something, it’s actually a very kid-friendly game that’s fun for adults too.
Pivvot is not a game for the feint-hearted. It’s hard – and it gets harder the longer you play.
Limbo, one of the best games to come out in the past few years, recently made its debut in app form.
Cut the Rope is one of the few apps that can stand alongside Angry Birds in terms of popularity. Now, a true sequel is finally available.
Scribble Hero is an imaginative game that manages to make the shooter genre charming – on a cartoon level.
This environmentally-themed puzzle game is philanthropic and environmentally friendly, but that doesn’t completely make up for its flaws.
Created by the same team that developed Fruit Ninja, Fish Out of Water! proves to be just as addictive.
Generally apps that rehash other titles have a “been there, done that” quality surrounding them. But Disney’s ‘Mittens’ borrows so heavily from so many games that it almost feels fresh again.
Lie Swatter is a trivia game that tasks you with sorting truth from fiction in an ongoing battle with friends.
Too many games today hold players hands for much too long. Lazors is different, though.
What makes this weather app unique is it’s also loaded with weather-related minigames, which are actually a lot of fun.
Just when you thought repetition was starting to threaten app games, along comes something new.