Don't-Miss Game Stories
Pico Cassettes mimic the look and feel of handheld gaming cartridges, but are still just a conduit to the App Store.
Lock the doors, turn out the lights, put on some headphones, and keep a spare pair of pants nearby. Frictional's giving away the game that launched a thousand YouTube channels.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition version 0.12.1 brings a host of improvments, but the biggest one is cross-platform play for all mobile gamers including the Windows 10 version.
Niantic, the developer behind Ingress, is bringing Pokemon to phones next year—and, with some augmented reality trickery, into the real world. Sort of.
Telltale's new game is more for Minecraft addicts than it is for fans of The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us.
It's a multiplayer horror game with a twist: It will only be around for a limited amount of time.
The developer of Google's mobile game Ingress will go solo as it aims to reach bigger audiences.
It's basically Burning Crusade 2.0. Time travel stories are weird. Beta is coming later this year.
Can't get enough of smashing those green piggies? Good, neither can Rovio.
Capitals mixes vocab and strategy in a way that will appeal to everyone – not just word-nerds.
The mobile-exclusive Spirit Lords balances action, skill, and depth into an RPG that's perfect for casual players.
Match-three meets combat—meets frustration and unclear design. The once-great Angry Birds franchise misfires again.
Her Story, LEGO Jurassic World, and You Must Build a Boat lead the month in gaming.
Now you can watch 60fps YouTube videos on your mobile device, as well as your PC.
We had high hopes for Fallout’s first foray into iOS gaming, but this resource management game suffers for its repetitive gameplay and slow pacing.