Does Not Commute is one of those games that’s difficult to categorize. On the surface, this title from Mediocre AB is a puzzle, but it’s also a driving game. There was a lot of buzz when this was first announced months back, and as it turns out it was justified, as Does Not Commute is one of the most original games on mobile.
The Silent Age from publisher House on Fire is a puzzle adventure game that moves back and forth from the present day to the 70s. You’ve-probably played games like these on the PC, but the features and interface are designed specifically for mobile devices.
Transformers Legends is an intriguing card-collecting game featuring the world’s most popular transforming robots. By collecting cards and building teams, you can fight against the game’s enemies and collect rewards in the form of more powerful character cards and weapons cards.
Baby Heroes combines the elements of resource management, strategy and action, as you assemble a team of baby heroes to save several cities. Created by TabTale, you’ll have to save six cities in different locations with babies in six professions, cleaner, electrician, gardener, builder and fireman. It’s different, and a whole lot of fun.
Fail Hard is a physics based stunt game where an aspiring stuntman has to go through several obstacles on his motorbike. Unlike other stunt games for the iOS and Android, developer Fingersoft has paid attention to the controls so Johnny the stuntman is easier to control.
Split Pic Photo Editor from Easy Tiger Apps is a cloning app for the iOS that makes it easy to split your camera into numerous sections, and with multiple layouts to choose from. Basically what this does is allow you to snap pictures and then come up with some very neat effects and combinations.
Pop the Corn is one of the most interesting games for the iOS, and developer TabTale has really pulled out all the stops to make a simple but addictive game. All you need to do is make popcorn and pop them. That’s all there is to it. Pop The Corn isn’t complicated, and there’s no complex strategy to work out, but it is still a lot of fun.
Backyard Monsters Unleashed from publisher Kixeye is something that should be familiar to Facebook users, and now it is available for the iOS. This is a village building / combat strategy game that will provide you with plenty of challenges and addictive gameplay, and it is free to boot.