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.
Pac meets Crossy Road with a multifaceted free-to-play model in the middle.
While you may hesitate to download a game that is seemingly a shallow exercise in pruning tree branches, Prune will actually be the most refreshing puzzle game you’ll play all month.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Brianna Wu of Giant Spacekat, who gives us some real talk about developing games for the next Apple TV. Elsewhere, we talk iOS 9 and the new iPhone 6s.
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.
We chat with Inkle about bringing the iOS narrative game to desktops this month.
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.
A simple, stunning, and ultra-smooth endless runner.
Our latest picks from the wide world of Mac gaming.
Riot’s second game is a hit—and only available until September 21.
Telltale's new game is more for Minecraft addicts than it is for fans of The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us.
It's maze madness all over again, only with a fresh look and feel.
Adult Swim's silly series takes a new approach—but does the freemium design bite?
Every big movie has a freemium game these days. Not all of them are worth your time.