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Globs is a fun side-scrolling platformer similar to the console classic Earthworm Jim.
PuzzleQuest, ported to every game platform imaginable, comes to the iPhone and iPod touch.
A top-down shooter inspired by the classics of yore, Glandarius Wing Strike is a competent offering, though it's bound to be overshadowed by what's missed.
This game has some nifty physics, plenty of color and sound, but it also has some glaring flaws.
A simple side-scroller that uses accelerometer controls, GI Joyride only costs $1.
HeavyMach is a side scrolling action game that features great graphics and sound, but stays true to its roots.
Kern is a text-based puzzle game that uses letters and ligatures instead of falling blocks.
Retro-style vector graphics embellish this tower defense game for the iPhone.
Metal Gear Solid Touch misses the mark -- it's Whack-a-Mole, rather than a stealth-based action game.
An addictive and challenging word-finding puzzle game for the iPhone, marred by a few problems.