Apple's been on a huge tear of successes since releasing the iPhone, but nobody could have expected the company to have the quarter it just had.
Whether you're a fan of its universe or a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) enthusiast, The Witcher Battle Arena is a highly addictive and spellbinding experience.
It seems that Apple is taking its gaming-oriented customers into consideration with a recent patent that has surfaced that would give its iPhones a joystick.
Hero Pop is a match-three puzzler that breathes life into a well worn genre. Since it's a free-to-play app, the game's addictive balloon popping does have its limits, and depending on your tolerance, your matching activities may be short-lived.
Apple may have good news for everyone who's been missing their iPhone 5/5s -- it may be coming out with a four inch version of the iPhone 6.
Crusaders Quest is an RPG title that's on sensory overload. Steeped in nostalgia with its 8-bit pixel aesthetic, this adventure is a bit hard to take in upon the opening moments.
If you're looking for a three-dimensional, match-3 style experience, Polyform is up to the task.
Though it swims within a well-worn genre, Rescue Quest offers up enough magic to keep gamers coming back for more.
If you're ready to devote weeks and maybe even months to an app, Call of Duty: Heroes holds an ample amount of firepower.
Apple has decided that calling games "free-to-play" was misleading and changed its App Store wording.