There's Just Too Much Beauty in The Week in Gaming Apps

Sometimes there's so much beauty in Google Play, iTunes and the Windows Phone Marketplace I feel I can't take it; like my heart's going to cave in.

That's my completely original explanation for why I did three of our Gaming App of the Day entries this week. I might have done five, but Ashcraft loves his badly drawn art, and far be it from me to rob Evan of feeling like a cosmic god.

If you have a suggestion for an app for the iPhone, iPad, Android or Windows Phone 7 that you'd like to see highlighted, let us know.

There's Just Too Much Beauty in The Week in Gaming Apps

It's Like Pictionary, But With a Crappy Artist

I love art-adore it. Yet, I'm not very good at drawing. I wish I was better, and my lack of illustration talent is probably why I enjoy appreciating the work of others that much more. More »

There's Just Too Much Beauty in The Week in Gaming Apps

Beneath Max McMann's Stupid Grin is an Incredibly Intelligent Courtroom Comedy

Last week I argued that Devil's Attorney, a courtroom battler for iOS and Android, could never be more entertaining than its over-the-top inspirational 80's theme song. Chalk up another win for Max McMann. More »

There's Just Too Much Beauty in The Week in Gaming Apps

Three Cheers for a Game That Makes Me Feel Like a Cosmic God

So, there's this old philosophical concept of the Music of the Spheres, right? The idea holds that celestial bodies are part of a grand, unknowable symphony. Which might explain why everyone hums in the shower. Or not. More »

There's Just Too Much Beauty in The Week in Gaming Apps

The Power to Shape Entire Planets, Now Only $.99

It used to be if a guy wanted the ability the mold an entire celestial sphere to suit his fancy he'd need to make a pact with some sort of all-powerful otherworldly being. Today all one must do is drop $.99 on Topia World Builder. More »

There's Just Too Much Beauty in The Week in Gaming Apps

Square Enix Finds Redemption for Demons' Score with Symphonica

I was terribly disappointed with the way Square Enix priced iNiS's rhythm game, Demons' Score. So disappointed that when I heard the company had released another iNiS rhythm game on iOS I almost didn't bother. Between the free initial download and the stirring sounds of Dvorak's New World Symphony my tenuous convictions crumbled, and I am so incredibly glad they did. More »