Don't-Miss Game Stories
If you've played Temple Run, you'll be very familiar with this Brave-themed version of the endless action game.
This standout flight simulator is a charming and original ride.
Like Words With Friends, Draw Something, and dozens of other asynchronous gameplay apps, Quizboard lets you challenge friends to a game of trivia. The app introduces some nice strategic elements, but its questions could use a little work.
Summer blockbusters don't end when the credits roll. Some of your favorite films also have an iOS component.
Robber Rabbits is a fun game for iPad and iPhone, but can start to feel like a bit of a chore if you don't pony up for in-app purchases.
The third installment of Gameloft's first-person shooter feels overly familiar, and technical issues and a lack of inspiration don't help matters any.
Great gameplay with lots of engaging mini-challenges built in will keep you coming back to this side-scrolling casual game.
Playing Botanicula is a bit like being thrown into a Czechoslovakian children’s cartoon where you’re left to figure out what’s going on.
This side-scrolling platform game will be familiar to anyone who's ever caught a glimpse of Super Mario Bros. But that doesn't make Mega Run any less fun to play.
The 2012 edition of the European Championships kicks off this week. These apps can help you follow the action on your iOS device -- or enjoy some footy drama of your own creation.
This unique combination of a billiards game and physics puzzler stands out in a crowded game section of the iOS App Store.
Bastion resembles every other quest-adventure game since The Legend of Zelda: Explore. But Supergiant Games have made this game fun with inspired embellishments.
These games may not have started out on the iOS platform, but now that they're in the App Store, they certainly have made themselves right at home.
Soccer fans have plenty of options when it comes to simulating the beautiful game on their iPhone or iPad. But some games provide more of a kick than others.
Order And Chaos Online doesn’t have the depth of WoW, but it’s still fun to dip into in odd moments. It’s also a lot cheaper than WoW—as long as you avoid those in-app purchases.