Labyrinth is the finest example of how the iPhone's accelerometer works and you should definitely check out this patience-testing puzzler.
Simplicity works heavily in favour of Blocked and it’s crucial to the success of pick-up-and-play games of this nature.
If you can set aside your pre-conceptions of what is expected from a CCG or RTS title then you’ll find yourself with an experience that’s entirely new and wholesomely rewarding.
Other than some gameplay niggles that throw the social life/work seesaw slightly off kilter, The Sims 3 does real credit to EA’s long running mega series.
Multiplayer would have been a nice addition but there is still plenty on offer here to keep you coming back to perfect your swing.
Puzzle games with such a fresh approach as is seen in Crayon Physics are rare, especially on a platform as young as the iPhone.
It’s a shame there are no stealth elements, but what is on offer is a thoroughly enjoyable on-rails shooter that utilises the iPhone's touch screen to full effect.
Edge is perhaps one of those rare games that you come back to not for the enjoyment of play but to remember the intricacy of design.
This isn’t a game for the easily discouraged, but if you're willing to put in the time and effort geoDefense delivers some truly satisfying gameplay.
There are some interesting mechanics in Shooter and the potential is clear, but it can't help but be dragged into the realms of bad film tie-ins.