Fakepup may have gone back to 2D since their debut with "Snowball Smash" last year, but they've also raised the bar for their work with this slick take on the running genre. Even if you can't imagine picking up yet another running game, you'd do well to give "Super Bit Dash" a good look, and if you're a retro platformer fan it should extend to your interests as well.
Can the presence of Mr. Destructoid single-handedly salvage a videogame? If "Arcade Jumper!" is any indication, the answer is a resounding: "Yes!" Black Hive Media's latest iOS entry may be rough around the edges, but Destructoid's mascot, among other playable heroes, lend it some of the depth I've so longed for in iOS platformers.
A neat and cleanly built running game that transforms the endless side-scrolling runner into an infinitely long-lived but stationary obstacle course. Fans of infinite games will find a lot to love in "Rushing Ninjas," but don't go into it expecting much depth or gameplay that considerably evolves over time.