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Gangstar Vegas:  Gameloft’s Biggest GTA style Gangstar Game!

Gone Free! Gangstar Vegas

 
Penumbear: A unique, artistic platformer filled with puzzles and a bear

Gone Free! Penumbear!

 
Jenga:  The Tower Crashing Family Classic on Your iPhone and iPad with Online Multi-Player!

Free Today! Jenga!

 

Best iPhone Apps

Cut the Rope 2 Review: More Om Nom, More Candy, More Fun

 
 
 
 
 

The first Cut the Rope is one of the most memorable games in the App Store, and its simple, clever premise has inspired many other puzzle games. To put out a true sequel to the game, ZeptoLabs had to come up with new spins on the Cut the Rope concept. They rose to the challenge,…(Read the full article)

Bloodstroke Review: Survival Runner With A Neat And Bloody Twist

 
 
 
 
 

John Woo isn’t the first Hollywood type to put his name to an App Store game, but his name definitely caught my attention. And I’m glad it did, because the game he’s endorsed, Bloodstroke, is a unique and bloody take on the survival runner genre. The story is thin, but it gets the game going….(Read the full article)

Shadow Blade Review: Pocket-Sized Ninja Action is Great Fun!

 
 
 
 
 

There are plenty of ninja-action games in the App Store, and so a developer needs to really put some effort into a new ninja game to make it stand out. Dead Mage Games and Crescent Moon Games, I’m happy to say, did just that with their new game Shadow Blade. It’s a ninja action platformer…(Read the full article)

Fantastical 2 Review: Added Functionality and Updated Design Make it One of the Best Calendar apps in the App Store

 
 
 
 
 

It’s a new year! Start the new year with a calendar app and boost your productivity. In the past, I’ve used countless calendar applications to help me keep track of my ever-evolving schedule and reminders. Each one tried to fill a supposed hole in my workflow that quite frankly found me wanting something more, especially…(Read the full article)

Top Ten iOS Games of 2013

Top Ten iOS Games of 2013

The staff at App Saga have spent the past year giving their opinions on the games that you love. Now, we’ve come together to declare the Top 10 iPad and iPhone Games of 2013. These are ten games that you absolutely, positively should experience on your iOS devices. Game of the Year 1. XCOM: Enemy…(Read the full article)

Walking Dead Season 2 Ep. 1 Review: Telltale Tries To Recapture the Magic

 
 
 
 
 

Warning! This review discusses events in The Walking Dead: The Game S1. You have been warned.  After the huge success of The Walking Dead: The Game, expectations were high for developer Telltale Games to follow it up with a strong second season. And they have with The Walking Dead Season 2, Episode 1, “All That…(Read the full article)

Republique Episode 1 Review: Buy This Game Now

 
 
 
 
 

Here’s all you need to know about Republique, the long-anticipated stealth-survival game from developer Camoflaj: you need to go out and buy it now. For those who are unfamiliar with the game’s history: yes, Republiqe began as a Kickstarter project, funded some 18 months ago to the tune of $500,000. And that money was well…(Read the full article)

The Wolf Among Us Review: Telltale Brings Walking Dead Formula To Fairy Tales

 
 
 
 
 

Once upon a time, before shows like Once Upon a Time and Grimm offered modern spins on classic fairy tales, the was Fables, the DC/Vertigo comic book series that trailblazed the concept of make believe characters in the real world. Now, Fables has been brought to the App Store via Telltale Games, the company behind last year’s award-winning The Walking Dead…(Read the full article)

Skulls of the Shogun for iOS Review: Turn-Based Mayhem in the Land of the Dead

 
 
 
 
 

I love a good turn-based strategy game. So I was happy to download Skulls of the Shoguns, which is a very good strategy game with great graphics and a sharp sense of humor. In Skulls of the Shogun you play General Akamoto, a powerful shogun who was killed on the battlefield and now finds himself…(Read the full article)

Bit.Trip Run! Review: This Fun and Quirky Runner Stands Out from the Pack

 
 
 
 
 

I know what you’re thinking… Another endless runner in the App Store—what could  Gaijin Games possibly have up their sleeve that makes BIT.TRIP RUN! any different than the rest of the titles populating this genre? As it turns out, BIT.TRIP RUN! feels like it belongs in a category all it’s own—one that encompasses the highest…(Read the full article)


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