This week’s roundup features everything from nostalgia to ninjas, so there’s plenty to keep you busy.
While you’re at it, don’t forget to send us tips about interesting upcoming titles and things you’ve discovered about old ones. But for now, kick back after your long week and take a peek!
Hi, game fans!
Welcome back to another week’s worth of App Store selections. As your cheerful dealers in gaming addiction, we’d like to take a moment to thank you for all the feedback and suggestions for titles — keep them coming! And now, without further ado, here are the titles we’ve been enjoying this week…
If the words “Quake” and “Doom” make you nostalgic, or the thought of a Nintendo 64 controller coupled with the music from Goldeneye makes you smile, this post is definitely for you.
Below we’ve compiled a list of the best first-person-shooters we could find for iPhone. Games in this beloved genre almost always promise hours of intense gameplay and hopefully some sweet multiplayer action. Whether you want to destroy zombies, battle stormtroopers or relive WWII, you’ll find a game below that’s perfect for you.
The iPhone is now an established gaming platform, particularly for racing games. But what about the iPad? Does it make sense to hold the large device between your hands and turn it like a steering wheel? Electronic Arts thinks so, and they have two games from the popular Need for Speed franchise that aim to prove a point.
We’re back with another roundup of great new titles on the App Store!
We love your suggestions for upcoming titles, so keep them coming while you browse over this week’s picks…
In the world of intellectual board games, one favorite has been around for decades, and that’s Scrabble. When the iPad came out, it became the perfect platform for a digitized board game, and Scrabble has taken it up to another level. Innovative gameplay around a familiar theme makes this app even more fun than the original. So what makes this one so special in an App Store packed with other options? Hit the jump to find out.
Today we’ll take a look at Scrabble for iPad in addition the awesomely integrated iPhone tile rack options.
Have you ever seen those YouTube videos of bands playing songs using only iOS devices and wondered what those apps were? Well look no further because today we have over 100 apps to provide you with everything you need for your digital band. We’ve got everything from guitar, piano and drums to music education.
Don’t have any musical talent whatsoever? No worries! We’ve also included a few awesome Rock Band style music games that put you on stage and rocking out to popular hits. There’s definitely something here for everyone, no matter where you are on the musical talent spectrum.
Earlier this week we posted a roundup of 25 Seriously Addictive Sudoku Apps. However, many of us jumped on the Sudoku bandwagon ages ago and are becoming bored with the concept. So what’s the next big puzzle craze that will have us all entranced?
One strong contender in this category is Nonograms, a challenging, brain twisting puzzle game perfect for anyone who enjoys Sudoku, crosswords or any other pen and paper puzzles. Unfortunately, Nonograms can be a bit tricky to pick up and may have a slightly higher learning curve than other games of its kind. Today we’ll help get you started in your new addiction by walking you through solving your first puzzle and pointing out some great apps to download and give the game a shot.
Welcome to 2011, everyone!
Now that there’s a desktop Mac App Store it’s tempting to focus only on that, but there have been some cool releases on the good old iOS App Store and we’ve got some of them collected for you below.
The original Star Wars film may have been released over 30 years ago, but the Star Wars universe is still going strong. A good example of this is the wide variety of Star Wars-themed games available in the App Store today.
One of the latest releases is Star Wars Arcade: Falcon Gunner, and it takes all of the fun of the movies and puts you right in the middle of it all. But is it worth the money? Hit the jump to find out.