Don't-Miss Game Stories
This unique shadow perspective puzzle is fun and thoroughly innovative.
While not a dramatic shift from the original Saga, it's gripping—even when it seems unfair or downright impossible.
Cartoon Network's new game brings an optional physical element for sketching out elaborate custom levels.
Origins may not be a reinvention for the series, but it’s sharp, fun to play, and interesting in just the right places.
Group sacrifice is a noble fate in this lovably bleak oddball gem.
This week's roundup brings you apps for all kinds of activities—spooky sci-fi games, staying in touch with the outside world, and getting into shape.
It's Peggle, it's one-handed, and it's free, but new twists and frequent prompts to spend only sour the enjoyable core experience.
Wonderfully addictive while lacking freemium frustrations, it's an excellent game that costs exactly nothing.
Free doesn't have to be frustrating—these games are pretty great, after all.
Let’s look back on an amazing year of iPhone and iPad games well worth playing.
This shameless Pokémon clone is a well-made, enjoyable adventure game.
Don't let this game's super-adorable protagonist fool you into thinking it will be an easy win.
Recent Mac favorite from ex-BioWare vets makes the leap to iPad and iPhone for engrossing on-the-go action.