iPhone touch screen controls suck, and there's only one way to fight suck: More suck. Ten One Design's suction cup mounted tactile game controller for the iPhone were created to suck your touch screen control blues away.
Yesterday we reported that the first iPhone installment of Monster Hunter was hitting in Japan in June. Today Capcom reveals that Monster Hunter Dynamic Fighting is releasing worldwide next month. Finger-swiping monster hunting for everybody!
Chair Entertainment spices up sexy iPhone swordfest Infinity Blade with The Deathless Kings, a free update that brings the quest for medieval combat dominance into the darkest dungeon depths, along with a discount to lure new players to their doom.
If you've not played onemanleft's iPhone game Tilt to Live, then you've not yet lived, nor tilted. February's update is bringing local co-op to the gyroscopic shooter, making an excellent game better, even if Josh sucks.
Not a whole lot new to see here. Angry Birds continues its dominance, while some classics like Plants Vs. Zombies and Cut the Ropes continue to linger.
Not a lot changed this week on the charts, though another game from the people behind CityVille and Farmville hit. This one's about poker.
Locked in a research laboratory at the bottom of the sea, an alien lifeform breaks from its captivity and mounts an escape. That's the premise of Perfect Cell by Mobigame, our iGame of the Day.
Angry Birds is still the hottest game on the iPhone and iPad, at least when you look at our weekly ranking of top-grossing games on the platforms. What can knock off these birds?
There was a time when Doodle Jump was the Angry Birds of the iPhone, but then the game disappeared... until this week when it bounced back to the top ten. Surprise!
We were prepared for tomorrow's free update to iPhone/iPad/iTouch hit Infinity Blade. New armor, new helmets, new level cap. And what's this? Cash for gold?
Backbreaker's addictive Tackle Alley minigame put you on the field as a ballcarrier juking and spinning his way through 100-yard touchdown runs. Backbreaker 2: Vengeance puts you in the game on defense, blasting those showboats out of the water.
Pocket God, the hit iPhone-sized game about tormenting cartoon islanders gets an iPad spin-off tomorrow. With it, you'll be able to toss the little guys into space, onto Uranus and through some classic arcade homages. I played it today.
The second iPhone/iPad/iTouch game using the Unreal graphics technology that made last week's Infinity Blade look so stunning is out on Thursday. We played it today. This is Dungeon Defenders: First Wave.
This is Eternal Legacy, a new iPhone/iPad/iTouch game from Gameloft that could be mistaken for Final Fantasy in a police line-up, if Final Fantasy games committed crimes.
Infinity Blade on the iPhone looks damn good. And as of Thursday, anyone will be able to make a game for the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad will be able to make a game using the same graphics technology.
Epic's amazing Infinity Blade dominates the iPhone and iPad charts this week. Rightfully so.
Gameloft's Dungeon Hunter 2 brings more of what made the original Diablo-clone so much fun to play with the addition of online multiplayer and plenty more dungeons to crawl.
Namco brings the sequel to the original role-puzzling game to the iPhone, and while Puzzle Quest 2's engaging gameplay is intact, the controls are a little on the tiny side.
The Natural Motion people know their physics. So they made a football game. And then they made a Jenga game.
Gaming on the iPhone has now perhaps its greatest champion, a sword and magic fighter created by the team behind Gears of War.