Rules! Game Review (iOS)
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.
Record Run Review (iOS)
Record Run brings you through a cute little adventure that heavily relies on the music placed in the game, and some that are chosen by you.
Leo’s Fortune Review (iOS)
Leo’s Fortune contains level-hopping worlds reminiscent of Sonic the Hedgehog, but it’s cloaked by some of the best design graphics you can find on an iOS game
Globlins Review (iOS)
When you first open the Globlins app, it appears as if it’s a game solely dedicated for youngsters, especially when you take a look at the Cartoon Network logo. Surprisingly enough, Globlins is a cool interactive little iPhone game that’s filled with gooey fun for people of all ages. The difficulty of the game is rather sporadic, but it doesn’t deter you from trying to run through the various levels.
Glorkian Warrior: Trials Of Glork Review (iOS)
Appearances can be deceiving, and that’s exactly what Glorkian Warrior is for the average player. When you first open up the game, it seems to be nothing more than a cute kids app, but once you start playing an overflow of frustration starts seeping out. It’s not because the game is bad - it isn’t at all - but it sure does keep players on their toes.
Ava’s Quest HD Review (iOS)
Ava’s Quest is a slick looking new game that recently jumped out on the scene, and the earthy colors can definitely lure you in. When you’ve dealt with a couple hours worth of gameplay you begin questioning whether or not Ava’s Quest was a decent buy. It’s not due to the lack of things to do as the heroine, but a lot of the levels blend in together which makes it rather dull after a certain amount of time.
Once you march your way through the first couple levels, Stubies reels you in with its sleek graphics, almost hypnotic little jingle and increasing amount of difficulty, continually testing the player.
Kahuna Review (iOS)
Every year there’s a number of card games that come out, with each one determined to make a mark. Kahuna has risen up in the ranks as a card game, but the iPhone/iPad version still needs a bit of work done in the technical department in order to let players enjoy the application.
Mega Jump 2 Review
There are quite a few app games that require you to move your iPhone/iPad any which way in order to play, but after awhile that can become overly frustrating or tiresome. While some of the controls in Mega Jump 2 are a little too sensitive, it still doesn't stop the app from being bouncy good fun for all.
Rhythm Thief & the Paris Caper Review
Rhythm Thief & the Paris Caper is a cool port of a 2012 Nintendo 3DS game that in every way appears as if it still belongs on that system and not on your iPhone.