LightBike for iPhone replicates the light bike sequence from the movie Tron, and even features head-to-head competition.
This shooter is on par with anything you can get on the PSP or DS, and tons of fun to play.
Aim for the Brain is Whack-A-Mole with zombies, but it's a lot of fun.
While the iPhone version of I Love Katamari is a fun way to kill some time and the learning curve isn’t particularly steep, the final product feels more like a technical demo than a finished game.
The new 17-inch MacBook Pro has a powerful, yet non-removable, battery. How important is this new piece of technology?
Dr. Awesome places you in the shoes of the world’s greatest microsurgeon. You’ve got to save patients from a virus outbreak in this melodramatic puzzle game—and all the patients are people from your Contacts list.
This retro-style space shooter requires you to navigate through increasingly intricate levels to retrieve cargo. Ngmoco’s game offers a surprising amount of fun.
This game, based on the Emmy-winning episode of the long-running TV series, is enjoyable fun, but there’s a hit or miss factor. South Park fans may love the game while others will probably look elsewhere for their fill of fun.
Some games succeed because the developer has focused on creating something simple and fun. Critter Crunch, a Space Invaders-like take on the puzzle game, is one of those offerings.
Lemonade Stand is fun for short periods of time, and itâ€™s a nice trip down memory lane if you fondly recall the Apple II game. But it sorely lacks replay value.
Blending elements of both Tetris and Jenga, Topple is a fun, imaginative, and appealing puzzle game.
Despite some frustrations with gameplay, Billy Frontier stands out for great graphics and sound. It’s a fun game you can enjoy for a few minutes at a time as well as for longer gaming sessions.
Vegas Pool Sharks takes advantage of the touch screen, tilting, and gesture features of the iPod touch and iPhone. But flaws in the game’s artificial intelligence and gameplay detract from the experience.
iCopter isn’t the most sophisticated game in the App Store, but it is a fun—and addictive—way to pass the time.
StoryMill 3.0's timeline view lets writers visually arrange scenes from their novel in chronological order. Mariner Software announced the new version of the app at Macworld Expo.