IGN has just updated its list of the top 25 iPhone and iPad games. Check it out here. But if you’re impatient or just hate clicking/tapping links, here are the top 5.
- 5. Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery
- 4. FTL
- 3. Infinity Blade II
- 2. Device 6
- 1. Hearthstone
148Apps has reviewed the free-to-play digging game Pocket Mine 2, and they dig it. Basically, you try to keep digging before the scrolling screen passes you by or your pickax breaks. You can read the 3.5 out of 5 star review here.
…the sheer number of things to do in Pocket Mine 2 can keep the simple gameplay from feeling completely empty. Perhaps someday there will be a Pocket Mine game that challenges players to make digging decisions at a break-neck pace that is as hectic and difficult as it is fun, but until that time comesPocket Mine 2 does a reasonable job of improving on the original formula.
To play Crossy Road is to love Crossy Road. Just read our review to see how much we enjoy it. A filmmaker named Andy Front has made a video that imagines what the game would be like to play in virtual reality. Check it out above.
Touch Arcade has reviewed the murder mystery game The Trace. They liked it! You can read the 4.5 out of 5 star review here.
The Trace has so many genres mixed in that it’ll be hard for mobile gamers not to enjoy at least some part of the game. I thoroughly enjoyed the time I spent with it and, even though I had to swipe a few too many times, I was engaged throughout. So, if you enjoy puzzle games, hidden object games, crime-solving games, or all of the above mixed in one, I have just the right number of dead bodies for you.
Via Touch Arcade