You’ve got yourself an iPhone and you want to play some games on it. You might not want to just plunge into the App Store—it’s a jungle, full of deadly spiders, wild animals, and bad games. Here, let us help you. »
If going fast were all racing was about, Need for Speed: No Limits would be one of the top games in the genre—most races last around 30 seconds. »
There are quick fixes, and then there are incredibly quick fixes. When Spacetime Studios says Call of Champions is a five-minute MOBA, they mean it—five minutes is all you get. »
Gameloft’s free-to-play MMO Order & Chaos II: Redemption launched on iOS, Android and Windows last week, but don’t bother playing—I obviously already got all the best loot. »
From Facebook to mobile to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Disney’s Frozen Free Fall: Snowball Fight is the first free-to-play match-three game on consoles. It probably won;t be the last. »
Minecraft: Pocket Edition gets patched to version 0.12.1 today, adding quite a lot of community-requested features and putting it even closer to its PC version daddy. »
If you’ve every played through a blast barrel level in a Donkey Kong Country game and thought “Man, I wish there were more of these,” Bullet Boy is more of those. »
Happy Wheels has been on the internet for a long time. You’ve probably played it, or watched a YouTuber play it, or at least heard of this gruesome ragdoll physics game. Well, now it’s on iOS—and I dove in to see whether or not it still holds up.
Walls have always been an important part of Pac-Man. Your little yellow guy (or lady) is stuck in a maze with some deadly ghosts. The walls of the maze frame the action and give it structure. So… what if one of those walls didn’t exist, and the maze became endless?
Activision announces Skylanders Battlecast, a card battler for iOS and Android—basically mobile Skylanders with collectible cards instead of figurines, and Pokémon-style battles, either offline or online. There’s a trailer above, and the game itself should be out next year.
This year marks the fifth anniversary of Steins;Gate in Japan. As part of the celebration, a free augmented reality game was released for fans visiting the game’s location—otaku mecca Akihabara. So, of course, I decided to head over there and play it. »
It took me a couple of hours to burn through 80 levels in the first Angry Birds. In Angry Birds 2, getting to level 80 took a week and a half. This is good. It is also very, very bad. »
The second iteration of FreshPlanet’s ridiculously popular multiplayer music trivia game was released last week, and since then I’ve been pitted against what I imagine as a never-ending stream of complete and utter bastards. »
The problem with trying to tell people about Spry Fox’s Alphabear is stopping playing long enough to do so—at least in any form besides random tweets. »
DC Comics Legends allows players to form a team of the bravest heroes and boldest villains DC has to offer and then politely take turns battling enemies to the death. Sounds like fun to me! »
My latest iPad purchase seemed pretty dubious—$2.99 based on a couple of strange screenshots and an app icon featuring a business shirt covered in bloody pawprints. As it turns out, my investment in The Executive was smart money. »