Games for iPhone and iPad
By far the most popular category in the App Store, there is a never-ending parade of great games available for iOS devices. For a list of our favorites, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks of the Best Games for iPhone and iPad, or read on for news and reviews of the newest game releases for iOS.
A Test Drive with Ferrari GT: Evolution
The last thing you or I need is to spend even more time playing driving games than working, but you must take Gameloft's Ferrari GT: Evolution for a test drive.
I can't put the darn thing down.
Fire Art Garden Not That Explosive
Fire Art Garden is a puzzle offering that puts you in a race against time to launch fireworks. To do so, you must rearrange a rope maze to let a spark makes its way to the launchers. While Fire Art Garden is novel in concept, some unresponsiveness from the touch screen keeps it from being a truly great app.
Tiki Towers: Start Monkeying Around
Tiki Towers is a building game where you use various island objects to create bridges, wheels or towers for your monkeys to climb. Tiki Towers is quickly addictive and perfect for short bursts of play.
Imangi Invites Players to Join in a Multi-Player Word Challenge
Imangi may seem like just another word game a first glance, but Imangi has a twist that makes the game different and challenging. Each row and column is actually a dial that lets you rotate the letters.
Slingshot a Mind-Bending Space Battle
The typical spaceship game has you racing through space and blasting your enemies. Instead, Slingshot relies on one very important weapon: your mind.
The purpose of Slingshot is to launch missiles at the enemy and obliterate them before they get you.
WordsWorth is a New Wrapper for a Familiar Game
WordsWorth is another one of those word games that everyone seems so fond of these days. Similar to other word finding games, Wordsworth involves using letters from the hexagons on the screen and connecting them in a chain-like manner to create a word.
Done Drinking Wobbles onto the iPhone
We knew it wouldn’t take long before the drinking games made their way to our sacred (*insert laugh or bad joke here) iPhone. After all, the burping and flatulence games are already so popular.
Hero of Sparta is an Epic Hack and Slash
Gameloft's new Hero of Sparta is positively stunning in every way: The graphics are beyond belief, the game play is nearly flawless and the sound tracks and effects are exquisite.
There's been a recent influx of games in and around the $9.99 price point and I'm starting to get a feel for which ones are worth paying for.
Holy Wars is a Battle of the Opinions
If a chat about politics, love, the meaning of life is what you’re in the mood for, then Holy Wars just might be the app for you. Download the app and you’re instantly plugged into a virtual world filled with questions on everything from human cloning to euthanasia.
Raindrop Will Have You Tipping and Tilting
Raindrop offers some simple fun that will have you tilting your iPhone or iPod Touch back and forth in an effort to keep yourself safe in the clouds.
The "you" is a tiny raindrop, which must maneuver around an increasing flow of clouds to keep falling through the sky.
The Number 14 Adds up to Good Times
I have been writing a bit about word games, that seems to be a popular thing for the iPhone at the moment, however Number 14 brings a number game to the iPhone. This number game is a very simple game that requires you to take the 4 numbers that are given and add, minus, multiply, or divide them in any sequence in order to end on the number 14.
Target Tap Takes Talent
iPhone games aren’t always puzzles, shrouded in mystery or suspense. Sometimes they’re unbelievably simple games like TargetTap. TargetTap is a game where the aim is to quickly hit the red targets. The more of them you hit the more points you earn.
Poker Stacks is a New Twist on a Classic Card Game
Poker Stacks brings together a stacked block format with a very popular card game known as poker. The object of Poker Stacks is to clear all of the blocks on the board to a level below that of the line given.
Konstroo This! Lacks for Challenging Words
KonstrooThis! from All of Zero is a simple word game in two parts. In the first part, you decipher three jumbled words in one of three categories: Easy (three and four letter words), Standard (three, four and five letter words) Difficult (five letter words) and More Difficult (six letter words).
Guitar Rock Tour is a new contender for the rhythm-action title.
Few mobile game developers have garnered as much respect and notoriety as Gameloft. By being the principal game provider for Motorola and others, it has become the EA of the mobile gaming industry. And just like EA, when Gameloft is set to release a new game, people listen.