Not only is "Pickpawcket" one of the best art history lessons you'll find on iOS, it's a really cool game too! Maybe it's not that port of "Metal Gear Solid" you've always wanted on your iDevice, but fans of stealth action and logic puzzle games are nevertheless highly encouraged to give this one some well-deserved attention.
If you're a seasoned Castle Defense fan and aren't too picky about the textual quality or depth of help menus and live tutorials, you might find "Empire War" surprisingly engaging. Challenge seekers, get ready to fight for...well, actually, we have no clue what you're fighting for here, but since when has that ever stopped anyone from picking up a sword?
The latest Transformers movie's huge box office haul proved once again that the franchise is utterly critic proof. The same is most likely true of this tie-in game courtesy of Electronic Arts, and despite its shortcomings anyone with a soft spot for the Autobots will get a kick out of taking control of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee to do battle with hordes of nasty Decepticons.
PROPE's experiment with the Unreal Engine holds some surprisingly intriguing casual puzzle gameplay, say what you will about its preference for tranquility over depth of content. The real problem here is that the developer's been snarled by the most basic requirement of the mobile age: always, always, always record the player's progress!
Archery sims are few and far between. And it's not hard to see why; the mechanics of the sport aren't exactly the easiest to emulate within a virtual environment. So will MKO Games' SplitApple put a smile on the faces of archery buffs or make us quiver?
Electronic Arts follows up its iOS port of "Dragon's Lair" with a port of the sequel! It's pretty amazing how a blast from the past like this has fundamentally stood the test of time, but that doesn't mean the transition from arcade cabinet to iDevice went off without a hitch...