Do you like Diablo? If so, you have a bunch of free-to-play games on iOS that deliver that addictive slay-and-loot gameplay loop. Spirit Lords is another fine entry in the genre. From the 4 out of 5 star review on Gamezebo:
Ultimately, Spirit Lords’ free-to-play barriers are relatively minor. They’re definitely worth looking past if you’re in the market for a charismatic game that lets you collect oodles of loot and brilliant-looking ghosts.
NBA Jam is a classic basketball game with a long history of being a ridiculously enjoyable entry in the genre, dating back to the Super Nintendo. It continues in this fine tradition on iOS, and YouTouber Lonnie takes it for a spin. Enjoy the results.
Temple Run borrows shamelessly from Indiana Jones, and the upcoming game Lara Croft: Relic Run borrows shamelessly from Temple Run. The game is out now in the Netherlands, but you can expect a U.S. release before too long.
The game seems to hit a lot of the notes of other endless runners, and the Temple Run [Free] comparisons are inevitable, because that game is the granddaddy of all vaguely Indiana-Jones-inspired endless runners at this point. This one might be fun in its own right, some endless runners are still fun despite being derivative. But we’ll be curious to see if this one turns out to be fun and original, somehow. Until then, it sounds like you should consult our one-size-fits-all review. At least this one has a T-Rex?
Via Touch Arcade
Ravenous Games make tons of side-scrolling action platformers. It’s kind of their thing. But Devious Dungeon 2 is special, thanks in part to its three characters you can choose to play as. From Pocket Gamer’s 9 out of 10 review:
The levels are tight and cleverly paced, and boss battles punctuate the chunks of the castle you’re trying to invade. There’s a decent level of challenge here, as you’d expect from Ravenous, and earning cash to buy new equipment quickly becomes habit-forming.
Via Pocket Gamer