This tycoon game set in space captures the roller coaster feeling of having your business go gangbusters the one minute and then court disaster the next. Good graphics, a jazzy soundtrack, and nice features add to the fun.
While this artillery game has some rough edges, it's still a blast.
It's been a year since Crash Bandicoot raced on to our iPhones at the App Store's launch. How does the game hold up, given all the other racing titles now available for download? Pretty well, Chris Barylick says.
Hungry for casual game? Then this burger-stacking game should satisfy your appetite.
Even with its shortcomings -- some repetitive gameplay and the occasional bug -- WarShip is an addictive game of high-seas adventure.
Thanks to some great networking features, Baseball Slugger: Home Run Race 3D delivers a grand slam of fun for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Aside from a few bugs, this golf game is energetic fun and a good way to kill 10 to 15 minutes at a time.
There's a lot to like about the mobile version of Clue, the classic whodunnit board game. But some of the elements take a little of the fun out of solving the mystery.
This faithful recreation of the 1983 arcade classic is a nostalgic trip to the past. But the developers did a good job adapting Space Ace for the iPhone and iPod touch, even if the game doesn't offer a lot of replay value.
The iPhone 3G S is now on sale, with crowds descending upon Apple and AT&T stores to get their hands on the new model.
Chris Barylick muses on what really stood out for him at this year's E3.
E3 is over, but here's Chris Barylick's roundup of iPhone games worth looking at -- titles that have either come out or will be coming out soon.
Tetris turns 25 this week, and the game's creator looks back on a quarter-century of falling blocks.
Yoostar is a new software and hardware kit that lets you star in clips from your favorite Hollywood movies.
Chris Barylick is reporting from Los Angeles this week, where he's attending E3, the gaming expo. If early happenings are any indication, Chris thinks that this year's E3 will be a return to form.