Top iPhone Games of 2011
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top games of 2011, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
Probably the closest thing the App Store has to Super Meat Boy, which is high praise indeed.
It doesn't feel like an entirely finished product but the combination of retro feel and in-game job promotions is enough to keep you climbing that corporate ladder.
Gameloft's Fast Five is good fun while it lasts and looks as good as any racer on the App Store, but a short campaign, some iffy drift mechanics and a somewhat erratic frame rate let the side down.
Death Rally is great fun for a few hours, but without real players to compete against, it quickly runs out of gas.
Tiny Tower's real question is about the scale of its economy, then, and whether you can stomach playing a game that becomes increasingly desperate in its desires to part you with chunks of your money.
(Personal) Space Invaders
the most well produced variation on the Deadly Giant Worm genre
With more than 60 stages to complete, Kami Retro will take some time to beat. This is a quirky little title which stands out in a market swamped with clones.
With 60 levels and with the promise of four new level packs to be released between now and November, Rio isn't about to help you kick your old Angry Birds habit.
Tiny Wings' high position in the App Store charts is quite simply because it's one of the best games released this year.