Fightback is a throwback, meat and potatoes brawler that doesn't exactly aim for the fences. Instead, it attempts to wow us with a 'throw in everything but the kitchen sink' mentality, giving us tons of uncomplicated game play without having to pay a penny. Freemium models usually come with a horrible compromise, but some apps rise above such madness.
There are a lot of clever accessories made for the iPhone and iPad, so finding the 6 Coolest iPad & iPhone Gaming Accessories was a pretty easy task. These accessories are designed to take your iPhone and iPad gaming to the next level. Wh
It's big news this week for iOS lovers, thanks to the release of Square Enix's iconic title Tomb Raider. For just 99 cents, players can relive their first moments as Lara Croft, and even if the heroine has aged a bit since 1996, who cares? Downloading a classic experience on the cheap should be a no-brainer, but sometimes frustration can overshadow a seductive price tag.
We suppose only having 5 Best iOS Lego Games is a bit unfair considering there are so many Lego games in the App Store. Unfortunately, most of those games are either for little kids, or they're not very good
The pinball machine has a long and storied history, which is why we're doing a list of the 5 Best iOS Pinball Games. Once banned for over 30 years because it was thought of as a game of gambling and not skill, it took awhile before pinball could be embraced by mainstream society
Do you like video games, but you're tired of all the pesky gameplay, production values, and fun? Well, then, check out Big Win Racing, an app from Hothead Games which strips away all that to leave you with a Nascar-flavored virtual slot machine that's hungry for your money and offers you nothing in return.
What time is it? Adventure Time! This multimedia juggernaut shows no signs of slowing down, and the Cartoon Network original series' latest outing puts you in control of Finn as he slips, skis, and tumbles down a hill to see how long he can escape an almighty avalanche.
Cecil, the Red Wings, Rydia, Edge, Kain, travelling to the moon, flying chocobos and everything else we loved about Final Fantasy IV is back in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (well, except for Tellah.. R.I.P.). We have seen this sequel to Final Fantasy IV released previously on the mobile platform and on the PlayStation Portable, but this version is different. Fans of the 2007 Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy IV will be happy to recognize the DS remake's 3D style of art used in making this version of the After Years. The use of the word "Final" in Final Fantasy might be one of the most upfront lies in the history of gaming, but revisiting Baron in this format has been downright amazing.
There have been many iterations of LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, but now the latest one has come to iOS devices. Let us have a moment of silence for our productivity, because we're likely to just obsessively break bricks while on the go now.
When you read about an iPhone game titled Sensei Wars you automatically label it as your typical action game, or at least I did right off the bat. Thankfully it's a lot more than that as the world building and fighting game gives you enough tasks to keep you constantly busy for hours to come.