Don't-Miss Game Stories
If you're familiar with the original Borderlands, many of the core story elements that made that game so fun are here.
Gemini Wars is a solid and challenging strategy game, with some impressive graphics in the combat scenes.
The Good Life is a worthwhile addition to the tycoon genre, and its attractive tropical setting provides a relaxing dose of wish-fulfillment for office-bound gamers.
The original sandbox game is back, with a new engine and enhanced integration with Steam. Pose your hands ready to clap for Garry’s Mod.
Pid is a good old-fashioned 2D side-scrolling platform game, with charming hand-drawn animated graphics.
The Witcher 2 will appeal to anyone that enjoys old-school role-playing games.
Whether you’re a fan of the original Railroad Tycoon or just a fan of railroads or strategy games in general, Sid Meier’s Railroads has a little something for everyone.
Angry Birds Star Wars rarely approaches levels beyond mere gimmick, and the levels themselves feel like they've been pulled from other Angry Birds installments.
You'll want to go inside The Room. The puzzles and challenges presented by the safe therein offer several hours of entertaining gameplay.
With big lights, great graphics, and a Jay-Z produced soundtrack, NBA 2K13 is all about the big stage, and it's one of the rare sports games that delivers an enjoyable experience on the iOS platform.
The World Ends With You offers some remarkable characters and strange game mechanics that are surprisingly fun, if not entirely seamless. It is destined to be a cult classic rather than a genre-defining game, but there's nothing else like it on iOS.
If you can actually run the game, then Black Ops is a thrilling action game that provides an exciting challenge in both its single and multiplayer modes.
Letterpress combines the fun of Boggle with Risk. It's a great two-player app for word game fans.
Kingdom Rush, a tower defense strategy game, is a strikingly immersive, challenging, and humorous game that is somehow more than the sum of its parts.
Younger bat-fans and their parents can while away a few rainy afternoons with Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, the sequel to Lego Batman: The Videogame.