As break-out app from a young developer, Lunar Defense highlights the younger generation's take on old-school arcade games
Articles and Reviews by Jennifer Beam
Roshambo goes high tech with Rock Paper Missiles, a new variation on the classic hand game.
A new word guessing game for iOS with great picture clues from popular puzzle creator David Hoyt, Just 2 Words is fun for all ages.
The Storybots collection of educational and family apps by JibJab offers a variety of kid-friendly options for learning.
MixPrintPaint lets kids create custom coloring pages and then print them to color in and play with.
Sleep Genius uses programs developed with scientific research to help users fall asleep faster and sleep better.
A newer addition to the physics-based puzzle games, Jellyflop! is wins with a combination of entertaining gameplay, adorable animation and fun audio.
CoachGuitar uses a visual teaching to learn popular songs on guitar. Each lesson is broken into sections with step-by-step instructions.
Disney's Where's My Mickey is the third title in the game franchise featuring familiar physics puzzle gameplay, classic animation and new elements.
The world's sweetest switch and match game is now available on iPhone and iPad. Candy Crush Saga is sugar-coated iOS gaming.
Grandma's Kitchen is an educational app for young kids with kitchen-themed games and activities that reinforce early learning skills.
If you want a goofy photo app that can cover up part of an image, then check out Pixel Blockout. It's simple to use and fun for kids.
Hall of Fame Quarterback Joe Montana is the celebrity power behind Throw With Joe, a tilt-based football game benefiting the Arthritis Foundation.
A classic match-three color game, Jeweled World has some fun features that make it a refreshing game to play on the iPhone or iPad.
A starter version of LifeTopix, My.Agenda is a powerful, lightweight calendar and task manager that can be added on to for powerful personal organization.