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.
Crystal War Blood Field is Perfect Blend of RPG and RTS for iOS
Crystal War Blood Field is a real-time strategy (RTS) game that is the sequel to Crystal War, which became quite popular among mobile gamers. The one thing missing was the ability to game against other fans. Now, by popular demand, multi-player in real-time is available.1
Help Hilda and the Happy Chicken Co Escape in New iOS Maze Game
Game developers, The Steampunk Studio have released their new multi-platform game, Happy Chicken Co, along with a competition.
Where's My Water? is a Proven Winner
Disney Mobile’s Where’s My Water? has received some well-deserved accolades as a top-rated game and indeed, since it’s release in September the water-physics puzzle game has been a top seller in the App Store.
The MarbleZ Brings Addicting Arcade Action to All iOS Devices
Emobi Games JSC, an innovative new mobile game development studio, was excited today to announce the recent launch of The MarbleZ for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The MarbleZ offers gamers a mobile update of the arcade classic of the same name.
Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode 1 HD is a Blast from the Past
Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode HD brings me back. Seems like just yesterday I set down Altered Beast and took on this new superhero that collected rings, defended against evil and rolled up like a ball and flew around the screen like something I'd never seen before.
Scribblenauts Remix - You Don't Want to Miss It
Last year Warner Brothers brought 5th Cell's award-winning Scribblenauts game to the iOS platform for iPhone in the form of Scribblenauts Remix. As evidenced by its original success on the Nintendo DS, Scribblenauts is an ideal game for a mobile platform.
MonkeyBerry is More than Child's Play
What happens when a child has an idea and grownups support it? Often times, good things happen —which was exactly what ten-year-old Henry Maw had in mind when he was inspired to create MonkeyBerry for iPhone.
Control the Elements With Alchemy for iPhone
There are a variety of alchemy games for pretty much every platform and iPhone has its own abundance of them – some paid and many free. Denis Butyletskiy created his version of Alchemy for iPhone in 2010 and it has a current total of 231 elements.
Super Crate Box is Frustratingly Awesome Arcade Action for iOS
Excruciatingly difficult. So addictive my fingers are now bleeding. I wish the disc gun had never been invented. These are just a few thoughts running through my mind when I think about Super Crate Box. The 8-bit sound and blitzkrieg type movement is evil, but feels so right.
Fast Food Revenge Looks to Expand Fan Base With Free App
WebMynx, an iPhone app development company based in India, released a new app for the iTunes market today called Fast Food Revenge Lite.
Fruits Collector Brings New Challenges to Slice-n-Dice Games
Angry Orange Studios is introducing Fruits Collector for iOS, their new arcade Game where players get to slash, grab, drag, and tap different fruits in one of four gameplay modes.
Smurf Racer - A Not So "Smurfy" Racing Game
Those who can’t get enough of everybody’s favorite little blue creatures might well be enticed to download Smurf Racer – a game that (at first glance) would appear to involve a Smurf, if not multiple ones, driving race cars.
Ascendancy Celebrates First App Store Anniversary With a Price Drop
Ascendancy by Logic Factory turns one today on the App Store. Logic Factory is offering a temporary 80% discount on their sci-fi strategy game in celebration. From today, Thursday, January 5th, through the weekend, customers can enjoy a discount from the usual USD $4.99 price to 99 cents.
Curio is Insanely Frightening Escape from Asylum for iOS
One of the most frightening aspects of a film such as Saw is the thought of being tied up or restrained with an abysmal amount of chance of escaping. The idea that a film like this could be entertaining baffles me, yet I've watched almost the entire franchise.
Bugs and Buttons is Crawling With Kid-Friendly Fun
To be successful, an app that claims to be educational for kids has to first be engaging enough for kids to play.