Look out! It’s free-to-play Spider-Maaaaaan… and not even a spider-sense could prepare you for how surprisingly good it is.
Catch up with your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man in his new mobile adventure, Spider-Man Unlimited.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is a superior title that brings the webslinger's skill set into the iOS universe.
As is the custom for blockbuster movies like this, a video game tie-in or two has been released for different platforms.
Marvel and Gameloft are joining forces to bring The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to smartphones and tablets.
Steve Rogers has slain the skull, avenged the present and is now ready to save your mobile on his upcoming smartphone title, Captain America: The Winter Soldier - The Official Game.
Mighty Thor has returned in Thor: The Dark World. And since no movie would be complete without some video game tie-ins, Thor: The Dark World is also available as an iOS game on the App Store. You'll control the God of Thunder as he wages war on Malekith, the lord of the Dark Elves who plans on destroying the Nine Worlds. Grab your trusty Mjolnir and jump into the Asgardian fray!
Gameloft has pulled onto the starting line with Asphalt 8: Airborne. With three previous incarnations of the Asphalt series already under their belt, we were starting to worry if Gameloft was just turning Asphalt into the yearly Madden of racing. Asphalt 8 boasts that players are able to defy gravity and pull off some of the most amazing automotive stunts ever done on the pixelated raceway. Does Asphalt 8: Airborne soar sky-high and make some crazy money? Or should this racer stay in the driveway?
Free to play titles, due to necessity, are usually plagued with advertisements that, if you're the impatient type, may prove annoying beyond belief. That dynamic infests NFL Pro 2014, as promotions often take center stage over actual game play. But what about diehard pigskin fans? Will this completely ruin their experience, or is a little discomfort worth a few touchdowns?
Are you ready for another movie-based video game? Well, it doesn't matter, because Despicable Me: Minion Rush has already sped its way into the App Store. I never know what to make with these titles. NES games like Jaws and Total Recall set the precedent early on that the quality of the movie did not have to match up with the quality of the game. And since then, there's definitely been a stigma attached between games and movies (especially when it's going the other way). So what to make of a Despicable Me endless runner? On paper, it's not something I was getting too enthused about.