Don't-Miss Game Stories
All the big Final Fantasy games rolled into one, minus story, character development, exploration, and more.
Microsoft brings the smash series to the App Store with a pair of spinoff games—and here's a hands-on look at both.
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.
Tired of turn-based word games? This slick, speedy freebie is tense and satisfying.
It's simple in scope, but there's a lot of enjoyable action for fans of the action flick franchise.
Solve a string of murders in an immersive, 3D environment.
Big games, small games, and everything in between—a month of Mac gaming to savor.
Rovio doesn't even try to innovate, but at least it's an attractive take on this familiar genre.
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 free-to-play take on the classic urban planning game has its moments, but they fade as the monotony builds.
Are you zapping up humans in your UFO or playing along to the beat? Both, actually, in this oddball iOS original.
The move not only gives us real Nintendo games on iPhone and iPad, but also allows the company to bankroll its risky console bets.
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.