Top iPhone Action Games of 2009
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top action games of 2009, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
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.
If you're a fan of shooting gallery games then Wild West Guns is certainly worth checking out, just don't expect too much diversity.
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.
If you can put your faith in Tag sorting out the relatively easy to resolve control issues through updates then Car Jack Streets is definitely worth a look.
With a real deficit of 3D strategy games available from the App Store Iron Sight is bound to attract some fans.
If mastering a very solid control scheme appeals to you more than visual diversification then CS.One is a title you’ll definitely want to look into.
A leading example of pocket gaming.
If you can forgive its overly ambitious first segment then you’ll find yourself graced with a clever little shooter that inspires a real sense of ‘play it until you can afford it’ gameplay.
Terminator Salvation is still very much worth the attention of anyone looking for a solid third-person shooter.
Minigore's presentation is top class and the dual-stick controls work well, but we can't see the fun lasting for more than a few weeks and the odd cheap death might annoy high score junkies.