Best iPhone Games

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Bejeweled

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Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies

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Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies II

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Civilization Revolution

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Dungeon Hunter

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Chaos Rings

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Tiger Woods PGA Tour

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Sword and Poker

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Drop 7

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Crosswords

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Doodle Jump

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Stick Skater

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Edge

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Dapple

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DISCUSSION

I just finished Chaos Rings. It's a great game, and the dual attack system is very neat. Once you get the hang of attaching elements and casting the opposite magic, the spell system becomes powerful and addicting. Be warned, though. This is basically one third of a typical portable release from Square Enix. It has great graphics and production value, but for the platform they are only releasing 6 hour chunks of the series, sort of like episodic gaming. By the time the series is done, you'll have a 20-30 hour game for $35 ($14 * 3). I wish somebody would have told me this before purchase, though, because right at the end I thought I had gotten through the intro, not the full game! It is still the best iPhone game, and I am eagerly awaiting the sequel!