It’s been a solid month for iPhone gaming with gems like The Package, Pix’n Love Rush, and Carcassonne, and based on our previews from WWDC and E3, it’s going to get even better as the year goes on. But in June, one game was good enough to keep us entertained while waiting on line for the Nintendo 3DS– a two-hour wait that passed in a flash because we had Super Quickhook on our iPhone. Read More
When we’re picking our iPhone Game of the Month, we often look for a great story, lots of levels, and tons of gameplay variety. Our pick this month, Ninjatown: Trees of Doom!, doesn’t have any of that. But it is one of the most addictive and attractive high-score games in recent memory. Read More
March saw the release of several great games. Ragdoll Blaster 2 cannonballed us with its cool steampunk aesthetic, and Pool Pro Online 3 wowed us with its thoughtful design, awesome multiplayer, and classy presentation. But two titles stood above all others: Street Fighter IV and Zenonia 2. It was a close call, but Zenonia 2 takes the crown for March. Read More
Sometimes, we have a hard task picking the very best iPhone game from the hundreds we play every month. This month, however, it was no contest. Rockstar’s epic crime drama GTA: Chinatown Wars won hands-down. Read More
It’s been a good month for iPhone gaming, especially due to indie hits like Smashed, PathPix Pro, and Harbor Havoc 3D. Big games like Rogue Planet, Eliminate Pro, and Monopoly impressed us as well. However, this month we’re giving our top prize to the single best card game you can buy on the App Store: Glu’s World Series of Poker Hold’em Legend. Read More
This month we’re honoring a game that some have played before on the PC, perhaps as long ago as 1994. But for all those newcomers who first played Beneath a Steel Sky: Remastered last month on the iPhone, we’re proud to recognize it as one of the very best adventure games you can buy in the App Store and our October Game of the Month. Read More
This was a long, hot summer month, but we had some very cool games to keep us occupied. Indie titles like Spider and Alive-4-Ever blew us away with their originality and quality. Wolfenstein RPG is one of the best games of the month, as well. They all deserve a big shout-out. If you haven’t played those games yet, we say, go buy them.
Building off the growing momentum, June was another stellar month for iPhone gaming. In June 2009 we flicked knights to their grisly doom in Knights Onrush, ran-and-jumped through whimsical worlds in Castle of Magic, and blew up enemy fighter jets online in F.A.S.T.
However, we think June 2009 will mostly be remembered for one major game: Real Racing. Read More