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This platform game lives up to developer Chillingo's reputation for streamlined, fun, and clever mobile apps that succeed where bigger budgets and deeper concepts do not.
Some of our favorite iOS games have gotten updates in recent weeks, adding everything from new levels to Retina display support.
While it retains much of the depth and style of of its predecessor, this sequel to Legendary Wars -- in which you now control the monsters instead of the heroes -- also struggles with a few of the same weaknesses that limit the fun gained from being wicked.
Fans of non-stop shoot-'em-up games might find Bioshock 2 a little bit too leisurely for their tastes, but if you like the idea of exploring a weirdly imaginative setting and storyline then Rapture will be your kind of town.
Cloud Patrol is a nice addition to the Skylanders series and a welcomed change of pace from Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure.
Plenty of popular iOS games feature animals in prominent roles. And there's not one angry bird among these apps.
This iPhone and iPad game cleverly blends match-three puzzles and settlement planning gameplay in an insidiously addictive package. But the in-app purchase scheme the developer uses brings the fun to a grinding halt.
This physics puzzler proves to be a visual delight, especially on the iPad's expanded playing surface.
The variety of troops and tactics that you can employ make Company of Heroes a thoroughly enjoyable strategy game.
This music-based puzzle game features a beautifully simple and intuitive interface. Fans of puzzlers with a good ear will find Circadia to be a nice way to chill out, but the fun is likely to wear off fast for players with less patience.
It may have begun life as a Flash-based game, but the iPad version of Windosill is perfectly suited for Apple's tablet. Solving the puzzles is only half the fun in this game, which creates a distinctive-looking world that's well worth exploring.
These iPhone and iPad strategy games can help satisfy your thirst for global conquest without ever having to get up from the couch.
Despite its state-of-the-art 3D graphics, Rage is really an old-fashioned shooter in the same mold as the now-ancient Doom and Quake.