With the movies still in limbo, games are the future of Ghostbusters. This app relies less on the films and more on the cartoon series, but it’s still a familiar and fun environment.
A game about buying things and tossing them in the fireplace may not sound like a lot of fun, but Little Inferno makes it not only fun, but captivating.
Candy Crush Saga may be one of the more addicting games to ever hit the app store – and that’s both good and bad.
If you were a fan of the first Temple Run game – and there were a lot of ‘em – odds are you’ve played Temple Run 2 by now, but if you’ve missed the game, it’s time to catch up.
There’s a new trends in app games – escape. And Doors&Rooms is towards the front of that change.
If Words With Friends is starting to get a bit old, you might want to consider Letterpress. It’s a word game that could be even more addictive.
Pudding Monsters is a puzzle game that’s less about physics and more about matching.
If word games aren’t your thing, but you still enjoy a little head-on competition, Writer Rumble might be right up your alley.
Claymation seems an odd fit for the app world, but Clay Jam is a quirky, fun, and adorable game that will make you rethink those perceptions.
The idea behind the Pocket Climber game is simple: climb as high as you can on a building, while you dodge things that tenants throw out their windows and machinery that moves up and down the side.
It’s hard to find true originality in the tower defense genre these days and, while Bloons 5 doesn’t quite reach that point, it does manage to stand out from the crowd a bit.
There are plenty of multiplayer games online, but nothing like Curiosity.
It’s easy to brush off promotional tie-ins with movies, but to do so with Wreck-It Ralph would be a mistake.
If the idea of blending Angry Birds with Star Wars makes you wary, that’s understandable. But, believe it or not, the two actually work well together.
Tic Tac Mo takes the timeless hit and expands it to three players.