Don't-Miss Game Stories
In Pivvot, the player controls a ball tethered to a winding track by tapping the sides of the screen, maneuvering around various obstacles that could shatter the ball.
Trine 2’s built on familiar gaming ideas, but executes nearly every aspect flawlessly.
What Gone Home lacks in graphical wizardry, it makes up for with atmospheric sound and lighting, and meticulous attention to detail.
SimCity's dependence on multiplayer and an Internet connection are drastic changes to the game that may dissuade long-time fans.
Bioshock Infinite could be the best first-person shooter to hit the Mac this decade.
It rolls, it jumps, it changes colors—and it can teach your kids about programming and augmented reality, too.
Feral Interactive's latest has plenty of challenge for fans of historical warfare.
Plants vs Zombies 2 has more plants, more zombies, and more ways to make you pay.
Brave New World really epitomizes what the Civilization series is all about.
Sid Meier's latest iOS game is one of the most clever and interesting strategy games on the platform.
Prime World: Defenders is a simple but challenging tower-defense game with attractive 3D graphics.
With a new Sealed Play mode and hundreds of new cards, Magic 2014 is the best way to experience Magic: The Gathering without breaking the bank of real cards.
Ninja Striker is a retro-style platformer with excellent controls and a satisfying level of difficulty.
How long has it been since you cared for a Tamagotchi?
Fans of filmmaker Quentin Tarantino or The Sopranos should enjoy this violent film noir action game.