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Review: Super Stickman Golf 2 for iOS amps up the frenetic fun

The second version of the popular stickman golf game brings new courses, new powerups, and a new multiplayer mode.

Review: 10000000 is part RPG, part puzzle game, but all fun

10000000 pairs the dungeon-crawler/role-playing game genre with the “match-three” aspects of popular iOS puzzle games. While it sounds insane, it's actually fun.

Review: Sushi Mushi for iOS

Sushi Mushi is a fast-paced timed puzzle game where you challenge your opponent to a competition of matching up sushi rolls.

Review: Age Of Fear 2 brings back classic turn-based strategy gaming

Age of Fear 2 is a turn-based strategy game that with a distinctly retro feel. It has a lot of good ideas and challenging battles, but also has a lot of rough edges.


Review: Spirit Walkers: Curse of the Cypress Witch for Mac

This point-and-click adventure game features stirring visuals and sounds effects, paired with unique challenges and storylines.

Review: Euro Truck Simulator for Mac

An interesting game that re-creates the road network of Europe and a haulage lorry, which you drive around carrying cargo from depot to depot.

Review: Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders for Mac

You don’t have to be a flight-sim buff to enjoy Storm Raiders, as it very much puts its emphasis on action and aerial warfare. The mix of single-player and multiplayer modes provide enough variety to keep you flying for weeks on end.

Review: Spaceteam for iOS is equal parts laughter and yelling at your friends

Spaceteam is a spaceship simulator that's less about shooting things and more about yelling at your friends. In a loving way, of course.

Review: Shaq Down for iOS misses the mark for 90s nostalgia

With a premise involving zombies and world domination, you’d think that Shaq would be fighting his way through hordes of mutant zombies in Shaq Down. Not so.

Review: The galaxy is your sandbox in Endless Space for Mac

If games like Master of Orion or Civilization appeal to you, there's a lot to love in Endless Space.

Going for gridiron glory: Seven mobile football games reviewed

Sunday's big game heralds the end of football season. But that doesn't you have to stop enjoying the game. Lex Friedman looks at a slew of football apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Android.

Review: Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition

If you're a fan of all things Batman, this game's definitely worth checking out—provided your Mac has the horsepower to run it.

Review: Kumo Lumo is a delightful iOS game

This unique “rain ‘em up” game is adorable, fun, and free.