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.
Origins may not be a reinvention for the series, but it’s sharp, fun to play, and interesting in just the right places.
Don't let this game's super-adorable protagonist fool you into thinking it will be an easy win.
Monster Strike hits that sweet spot between a player’s collecting obsession and the challenge of frenetic combat.
This action packed side-scroller should reassure critics that the Rovio team is more than just physics puzzle creators enamored with cute birds and pigs.
This game offers hours upon hours of cases to solve, with plenty of weird twists and challenging puzzles.
With crashes, high-speed chases, and hairpin turns, Pako is not just your average endless runner. It is an endless getaway game.
Document Writer has the basic tools you expect from a word processor, though the app has some interface quirks.
Total War Battles: Shogun is a beautiful game, with exceptionally detailed units, fully realized 3D environments, and clean, intuitive interfaces.
This Mac app works fine with simple product shots for online auctions, but has trouble with fine details.
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