10000000 pairs the dungeon-crawler/role-playing game genre with the “match-three” aspects of popular iOS puzzle games. While it sounds insane, it's actually fun.
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With a premise involving zombies and world domination, you’d think that Shaq would be fighting his way through hordes of mutant zombies in Shaq Down. Not so.
Angry Birds Star Wars rarely approaches levels beyond mere gimmick, and the levels themselves feel like they've been pulled from other Angry Birds installments.
With big lights, great graphics, and a Jay-Z produced soundtrack, NBA 2K13 is all about the big stage, and it's one of the rare sports games that delivers an enjoyable experience on the iOS platform.
The World Ends With You offers some remarkable characters and strange game mechanics that are surprisingly fun, if not entirely seamless. It is destined to be a cult classic rather than a genre-defining game, but there's nothing else like it on iOS.
Kingdom Rush, a tower defense strategy game, is a strikingly immersive, challenging, and humorous game that is somehow more than the sum of its parts.
This iOS adaptation of the popular TV series offers compelling characters, unique worlds, and an interactive experience that's as intense as it is memorable.
The most compelling thing about this fairly standard side-scrolling platformer is its eye-catching look. But gameplay and controls are pretty ordinary.
Rovio's follow-up to its Angry Birds success is a decent and enjoyable physics puzzle game, though not a particularly exceptional one.
Origin will be entering an already crowded field of digital game distribution platforms available for the Mac.
This standout flight simulator is a charming and original ride.
The third installment of Gameloft's first-person shooter feels overly familiar, and technical issues and a lack of inspiration don't help matters any.
Even if you’ve outgrown certain elements of the Diablo series over the last 16 years, Blizzard does a great job of reminding you why these games are fun.
Despite some strong visuals and voice work, this iOS adaptation of the Arkham City game series misses out on the soul of Batman. It feels like a watered-down tie-in to its superior source material.