Chronology: Time Changes Everything is a puzzle adventure with one foot in the past and the other in the future.
iOS Game Reviews
Look out! It’s free-to-play Spider-Maaaaaan… and not even a spider-sense could prepare you for how surprisingly good it is.
Pac-Man Friends is a physics based games that brings a refreshing spin to the tried and true franchise. Power pellets and gobbling up ghosts never gets old, but it's refreshing to see Pac-Man explore an entirely new dimension.
Are you sick of having fun? Well then, you're sure to not have fun playing Swing Copters, the new game from the creator of Flappy Bird, as it's the same painfully frustrating experience as its predecessor in almost every way.
Pako is a car chase simulator which takes just several seconds to play and at times is absolutely infuriating. If you have a little patience, however, this might be a ride worth taking.
As I expected from a free game, there's not too much depth here, but I have to admit SuperCard became awfully addictive in a short amount of time.
Zombie High Dive is a physics based title from Chillingo, and having the undead splash through the waters is an intriguing concept. Whether you'll want to dive into this game, however, is an entirely different story.
In some ways Rules! is the best iOS game out there, forcing players to use their memory skills in order to charge on, no matter what the age.
Epic Arena is a free-to-play, turn-based title that lives up to its moniker. The gameplay is addictive from the jump, and you'll wile away your hours smashing and spell casting your way through the competition.
The classic board game adapted to a video game has been released for some time now on consoles and PC, and it must be performing well on those systems if it keeps getting ported to other places.