For the sandbox gamer who wants something a bit more approachable than Minecraft, Terraria should be on your list.
This whimsical PC game delights on the small screen thanks to its Tim Burton-esque artwork and challenging gameplay.
This never-dull campaign for iOS will make you want to jump back on the ninja bandwagon.
While you may hesitate to download a game that is seemingly a shallow exercise in pruning tree branches, Prune will actually be the most refreshing puzzle game you’ll play all month.
With epic boss fights and powerful enemies, Transistor's villains make it a standout RPG.
This open-world environment game starring, yes, zombie goats is a fun, weird, and exceptionally unconventional experience.
The mobile-exclusive Spirit Lords balances action, skill, and depth into an RPG that's perfect for casual players.
We had high hopes for Fallout’s first foray into iOS gaming, but this resource management game suffers for its repetitive gameplay and slow pacing.
Enjoy this remastered title on the mobile platform for the first time.
Hearthstone is a digital collectible card game based on characters and lore from Warcraft, and it's not to be missed.
Fans of platformers who have grown tired of making their character jump, shoot, and run through obstacles may enjoy this game’s feeling of weightlessness and frightening abandon.
You’ll jump. You’ll die. You’ll die again. But Mr. Jump's ludicrously difficult gameplay will keep you coming back for more.
This challenging platformer-puzzler hybrid tasks you with stealing gold from built-in dungeons and dungeons designed by other players. The catch? Other players will steal from you, too.
While iOS is experiencing a revival of retro-inspired puzzle and platform games, Gunbrick is just original and weird enough to marry the two ideas well.
Running, biking, and swimming in a single event? You'll need some training tools, and these apps are here to help.
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