Mad Chef Review

"Mad Chef" is a standout among tycoon sims for its simultaneous accessibility, depth, and pseudo-shoot 'em up feel. Whether you're into upgrade-heavy time and resource management games, or just looking for the next zany action title, Foursaken Media's latest doesn't disappoint....

Interview With Ivica Aracic

While he may make games about sponges, Ivica Aracic is anything but spineless! Our chat with the "Greedy Sponge" and "Instamory" developer is yet more proof that a fascinating story lies behind the code of every iOS game....

Wild Defense Review

It's almost too bad "Wild Defense" hit the App Store at a point when the Tower Defense genre - like so many others on this platform - has been pretty much beaten to death. Its approach is very competently executed but too by-the-book to excite those who aren't already diehard Tower Defense fans in search of their latest fix....

The iFriday Roundup, No. 19

Black Friday goes digital at the App Store, a flurry of developer contests are announced, TOME Studios gears up for a massive "Danger Alliance" update, and more inside!...

Interview With Mojo Bones

Two dogs, a touchscreen and one very stretchy tongue. That's the formula Mojo Bones is banking on to hit it big on iOS, and chances are they're on to something. Find out more about their upcoming debut title, "Tongue Tied," in our interview with game designer and musician Stuart Ryall!...

Clay’s Reverie Review

With a creative and intuitive interface, satisfying level of challenge, and an excellent approach to difficulty balance, "Clay's Reverie" appeals strongly across the board. Whether you're a casual physics puzzle fan or a master of tough side-scrollers, you'll find plenty to love here. ...

Interview With XperimentalZ Games

A word of advice: don't carve the Thanksgiving turkey with a plasma sword! Check out this interview with Patrick Jacob of XperimentalZ Games instead, and keep an eye out for "Don't Run With a Plasma Sword" when it hits the App Store on November 30!...

SpyCorp Review

A great stealth platformer weighed down by a number of minor issues, "SpyCorp" could stand lots of further polishing -- but even so, it's still a content-filled feast for platforming fans in search of titles with real depth....