Don't-Miss Game Stories
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.
Beautiful new endless runner is as chill as the freshly fallen digital powder.
Prince of Persia? More like Prince of Pixels.
Great presentation, solid combat, and a strong license combine to create a rather enjoyable freebie.
If you're not afraid of the dark, Dark Echo will fix that. You'll rely on the soundtrack to navigate through this minimalist horror game.
Apple is often accused of driving down the price of software. Here's an example where the company is doing the opposite by highlighting games you pay for upfront.
While iOS is experiencing a revival of retro-inspired puzzle and platform games, Gunbrick is just original and weird enough to marry the two ideas well.
Timers, occasional button-tapping, and mundane busywork layered atop a chat room—is this really a mobile smash?