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Cowabunga is simple game with a lively look and feel. You move a platform back and forth across a river to help leaping cows bounce their way to the other side.
Omnomnom Lite is a snake-grows-as-it-eats-apples game with plenty of options.
With its cool neon surroundings, 3-D Vector Ball is like playing tennis in the same arena where Tron had to fight for the Users. When the ball sailed passed us, we feared being de-rezzed.
We embark on a treasure hunt for the best jewel-based game. Our findings may surprise you.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed crams a fistful of Force powers into your iPhone. While the game is short, the dark side will draw you in. Read the full review after the jump.
The insatiable appetites of Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man return on the iPhone, and nothing has changed since their arcade glory days.
The Pac-Mans are still fun, wandering around their respective mazes, eating dots and avoiding ghosts.
With clear graphics and accurate touch response, Bejeweled 2 is a well-crafted puzzle game. The match-three-in-a-row mechanic peaked several years ago, but the quick action and ability to save at any moment fit well on an iPhone.
Trism bends a weary match-three puzzle genre by adding another axis. Instead of sliding up or down on a square grid like most other games, you’ll move triangles along their three sides.
Diamond Twister is rough, but its luster shines through.
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