Game Of The Week
The sequel to the highly-rated Jetpack Joyride is finally here. Check out what's new with Barry Steakfries.
iOS Game of the Week Lucas Pope's 2013 masterpiece finally hits the small screen.
iOS Game of the Week Konami's latest entry in the Bomberman franchise combines music, rhythm, and battle arena action with its classic formula.
Octopath Traveler: Champions of the Continent is a mobile-only prequel to the 2018 original title, and it's even better than its console counterpart.
Netflix has released Before Your Eyes, a narrative title in which you blink to interact with its tale.
Apple Arcade's latest exclusive is a fantastical shoot 'em up from the mind of Yu Suzuki, Air Twister. It's a weird, fairytale fever dream, and you should totally play it.
Both Fortnite and PUBG Mobile have attempted to do something awesome — bring an AAA console experience to the mobile gaming world — but which one has done the best job?
Wormster Dash is a whimsical hand-drawn runner game that can be frustratingly difficult but maintains fun throughout multiple playthroughs.
Although Gorogoa went live just under the wire, it’s easily one of my favorite games of 2017, and you can bet your bottom dollar I will be telling everyone I know to play it.
Wow. That’s the best way I can describe the iOS port of GRID Autosport that just hit the App Store this week — and racing games aren’t usually my thing.
Full disclosure, I barely passed computer science in high school. Why did I decide to try a gaming where programming is a big chunk of the gameplay? For science!
With a plethora of great sequels, new titles, and some great ports of console games, 2017 was a pretty good year for iOS gamers. Here's a look back at all the games we looked at this year.
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