Don't-Miss Game Stories
If you just want to put your foot to the floor and go all out for some high-speed racing action, then Grid is the game for you.
If you’re interested in a clever and streamlined platformer on the iPhone, you could do a whole lot worse than Gravity Duck.
Do you enjoy exceptionally challenging puzzle games that don’t hold your hand and give you little pay off? Hundreds is right up your alley.
The Legend of Grimrock may be a little old-fashioned, and the lack of a really engaging storyline is a bit disappointing. However, it’s a well-made game that really offers a tough and satisfying challenge for people who can remember playing Dungeons and Dragons on graph paper on rainy Sunday afternoons
Monsters, ghosts, murder, and a snow-covered forest are but some of the elements of this beautiful—and challenging—title for your iPad and iPhone.
Riot Games' multiplayer online role-playing game is a welcomed addition to the Mac.
This side-scrolling atmospheric adventure game chucks you headfirst into explosive environmental hazards, but each round leaves you wanting more.
While it's not going to ignite a new craze, Noble Nutlings is an above average puzzler with cute cartoon animals, physics-based puzzles, and a star-based rating system.
Explosions solve everything. Twisted Pixel’s Ms. ‘Splosion Man comes to iOS to test your lightening reflexes and puzzle solving skills.
Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition is mostly a nostalgia buy for dedicated RPG fans who will enjoy the old-school gameplay, brutal difficulty, and subtle enhancements over the original.
Girls Like Robots is just about everything you want in a puzzle game: it’s refreshing, quirky, cheerful, and challenging.
Real Racing 3 is the franchise's best installment yet, but the "freemium" payment model really inhibits gameplay, making it a frustrating experience.
First you throw, then you reel, and finally, you shoot. Ridiculous Fishing brings colorful graphics and a variety of gameplay to iOS.