Noted doesn't have a lot of features, but it is easy to use.
Sid Meier's latest iOS game is one of the most clever and interesting strategy games on the platform.
Ninja Striker is a retro-style platformer with excellent controls and a satisfying level of difficulty.
How long has it been since you cared for a Tamagotchi?
Put your Gameboy down, pick up your iPhone, and jump back to the old days of Mario and Sonic.
1001 Attempts is an unassuming, uncomplicated game that doesn't profess to be anything other than what it is: a budget distraction, worth a few minutes of your time, but nothing more.
Despite some decent graphics and some RPG trimming, AVP: Evolution manages to disappoint on nearly every level.
With more enemies, environments, and heroes, Kingdom Rush Frontiers is the sequel we've been waiting for.
A great game makes you want to spend more time exploring and understanding its universe; with Star Command, I can't wait to get lost again in pixelated space.
The core elements of Knights of the Old Republic—great storytelling, sharp dialogue with fully realized-characters, and an immersive, deep world—shine all the brighter on the iPad.
Injustice: Gods Among Us isn't the flag-waving, triumphant debut of DC Comics on the iOS platform, but it's way more fun than it ought to be.
No longer are rainbows, sparkly dolphins, and synth-pop ballads limited to acid trips in your high school buddy's Astro Van.
If you’re interested in a clever and streamlined platformer on the iPhone, you could do a whole lot worse than Gravity Duck.
Do you enjoy exceptionally challenging puzzle games that don’t hold your hand and give you little pay off? Hundreds is right up your alley.
While it's not going to ignite a new craze, Noble Nutlings is an above average puzzler with cute cartoon animals, physics-based puzzles, and a star-based rating system.