iPhone and iPad apps tagged "simulation game."
Kick Some Butt with World Cup Ping Pong
World Cup Ping Pong - During my senior year of high school, we were given the choice in phys ed of playing competitive ping pong, or doing aerobics.
Bowman Is An Enjoyable Work In Progress
Lentrica Software’s debut iPhone application is Bowman, a quick-hitting game that is all about playing up the one-on-one archery duel. In terms of its origin, Bowman is a port of a popular game available on several flash gaming portals.
Pet Pals: Plenty of Bark For Your Bucks
Pet Pals - As someone who rather pathetically longs for a dog, but finds the combination of living in an apartment and owning two cats to be somewhat of an obstacle, I have to say that Pet Pals is...well, it's not as good as a the real thing, but as far as substitutes go, it's not so bad.
Bike or Die 2: The Answer is Bike AND Die, it Appears
Bike or Die 2 - They say you never forget how to ride a bike. My question is: what about a bike simulator? I think the last video game I played that had me on a bicycle was Paperboy on original Nintendo.
Lux DLX: Risk Lovers Can Battle On to Dominate
Attention to all “Risk” aficionados and fanatics, Sillysoft Games is showing you some love for your itch to achieve world domination. Lux DLX is the mobile version of their desktop oriented game, Lux Delux, which has a sizable following on the net.
Virtual Villagers 2: The Lost Children
Virtual Villagers 2: The Lost Children is the type of game you open just to mess with for a few minutes...and look up an hour later wondering what happened. At least, that's how it's been for me.
Tiny Space Bikers Ride to Rebuild their Space Ship
The story line in Chillingo's Space Bikers is that two miniature alien motorcyclists and an ATV rider have crash landed on Earth and they need your help rebuilding their space ship so they can go home.
Cooking Mama Comes to iPhone
First available for and made popular by the Nintendo DS, Cooking Mama is now available for the iPhone/iPod touch.
SkyCoaster 3D Not Quite a Joyride
Perhaps you are a huge roller coaster fan and can't wait for that next trip on Space Mountain. Or maybe you are so afraid of heights that ladders make your palms sweat. Either way, SkyCoaster 3D might be what you need.
The Only Thing Missing from ATC 4.0 is the Hudson River
Within a few minutes of playing Lunagames' ATC 4.0, I began to marvel at just how competent real air traffic controllers must be. Here I was, juggling only five planes in the air and still couldn't manage to keep them from colliding, missing runways and causing all sorts of mayhem.
Kronos' Action Bowling Rolls a Perfect Game
There are several bowling games in the App Store but in my opinion, none is in the same league as Action Bowling, from Kronos Games.
It's about as close to real bowling as you're going to get on the iPhone and iPod touch.
Fantastic Contraption: Build a Better Mousetrap (or Just About Anything Else)
inXile Entertainment's Fantastic Contraption is the online game reborn on the iPhone.
3-D Fighter Pilot: Guns of War Brings Dogfighter Game Back from the Past
Fighter pilot games are almost always fun and I've wasted a zillion hours playing a bunch of them over the years. DumbGames.net's 3-D Fighter Pilot: Guns of War doesn't add anything to the genre, but it plays okay.
Biiplane Offers Good Flight; Little Else
Biiplane is a flying app that will test your ability to maneuver your iPhone or iPod Touch through a simplistic obstacle course. It works well as a flight simulator through its use of the accelerometer. But the lack of options makes Biiplane feel too limited.
There's a Little Trouble in SimCity
Electronics Arts' recreation of the long-time, popular SimCity series for the iPhone is somewhat astonishing given the parameters the developers had to work with. That's not necessarily a good thing, however, as I'll explain later.
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