Editor’s Picks Apps
Cube Delivers on First-Person Shooter Gameplay
Cube is a solid effort at a first-person shooter for the iPhone. There is a high learning-curve in gaining mastery of the controls, which are a bit awkward. Maneuvering the game's menus, maps, and other features also is counter-intuitive.1
Trism Offers a Triagular Twist on Bejeweled
Similar to Bejeweled and other color matching games, Trism brings a whole new concept to the game. The object of Trism is to get three matching triangles, or trisms, together. But the trick is that it has to be the triangles sides that are touching and not corner to corner.
DigiDrummer Shines in Perfect 10 Performance
Until now, I hadn't been convinced that the iPhone stood a chance at being a legitimate replacement for any music production hardware or software. It seems I've been wrong all along. DigiDrummer from Magnick Software is quite simply the greatest drum machine for the iPhone to date.
Dropship: ngmoco's Takes its Games to Deep Space
Mission: Navigate your Dropship spacecraft through the most treacherous canyons anywhere in deep space, while dodging sustained enemy fire from turrets, tanks and interceptors.
Create Decorative Photo Collages With ImageTouch HD
If you are someone who likes a bit more from their photo presentation, ImageTouch 2 by Intellicore might be exactly what you are looking for.
Add Funny Cartoon Features to Your Photos With Cartoonizeme
If you want to have some fun with your pictures, Cartoonizeme by Portegno Apps will let you add cartoon enhanced features to your personal photos. With Cartoonizeme, now you can make your friends and family look as silly as you want with anything from hats and wigs to googly eyes and crazy smiles.
Dr. Awesome is an Awesome Comic Game
Yes, it’s true, Dr. Awesome by ngmoco is in fact awesome. Playing as Dr. Awesome, Microsurgeon M.D, you get to awesomely save your friends from killer viruses and deadly bacterium with just a few flips of the wrist.
MazeFinger Gives Your Hand a Workout
MazeFinger is a lightning fast maze game that puts your kinesthetic skills to the test and is a great app for some speedy, mindless fun. Gameplay involves racing through a maze with your finger against a clock. Alongside the maze are two electric rods that run along the sides of the screen.
No Way, It's Dots! for the iPhone - and It's Free
I remember being a little boy back in grammar school wasting tons of time on a game that we drew out on a piece of paper and played. That game was called Dots, and no paper game was better than that one.
Bejeweled 2 is a Gem
Puzzle Games seem to be all the rage in the App Store these days. Many of them fondly remind players of 80’s arcade games that had players stuck in bowling alleys, laundromats and car washes for hours.
Defend the Pearly Gates in TapDefense
Get ready to spend some time playing TapDefense by TapJoy because it’s extremely addicting. Your goal is simple, don’t allow the demons, firecats, locust and other evils into heaven. Though this may sound easy, it most definitely is not.
WordList Pro Boosts Vocab for GRE and SAT Exam Takers
Tintash says its WordList Pro is aimed at students who are preparing for the GRE or SAT. Why stop there? Anyone who wants to give his or her vocabulary a boost could benefit from using WordList Pro.
Space Out Combines Two Classic Games for Modern Fun
Wow! Space Out by dedicated iPhone, iPod touch game dvelopers Binary Square is harder than it looks. It could be the deceivingly simple 8-bit stylized graphics, or the fact that the game seems so familiar (it's a mash-up of Space Invaders and Breakout), but regardless of why...
Bonsai Blast Puts the Zen Into Shooting Marbles
Bonsai Blast is a zen-themed color matching puzzle game by California-based global mobile game publisher Glu, the company behind the app Space Monkey. Like other color matching marble games, Bonsai Blast is highly addictive and a great game if you have some time to kill.
Boingo Wi-Fi Takes You Wherever You Want to Go
Boingo Wi-Fi makes it easy for you to set up a wireless account for your iPhone and then log into any hot spot on the ubiquitous Boingo Wi-Fi network. The monthly fee is $7.95 for unlimited access and when you sign up using Boingo, the first month is free.