Archive for the ‘iPhone Games’ Category

Madden 11 iPhone

Many of us have played the Madden series in one form or another. Now it’s comes to the iphone in it’s current 2011 season. Overall it’s a very polished game and it does justice compared to it’s super powered brothers on the consoles and PC. The graphics and animations are great and well done. The Controls are good for a touch based system although it’s hard being precise in running with the virtual stick. The actions buttons on the side are also a little hard to use because you cover most of them up with your thumb. Non the less it’s a very enjoyable game with several modes of play like, exhibition, playoffs, and season which should be enough for someone on a phone! It also employs the gameflow option with is great to progress the game along and not worrying about picking the right play. All in all it’s a great edition to your iphone lineup of games and as of the time of this posting it is on sale for only .99 which is a great buy. Madden 11 for iPhone is this weeks Game of the Week.

Real Racing – Close to Perfection

If you haven’t seen or played Firemint’s Real Racing game for the iPhone and now for the iPad is a real gem. As close as your going to get to playing a console quality game in the palm of your hands. The controls are spectacular and precise, with an automatic baking system (which you can adjust) allows to you to focus on driving and not worry about your finger placement. Along with pretty incredible graphics and sound, this winning combination makes it our game of the week. Give it a spin, you won’t be disappointed. [App Store]

Angry Birds: 2D Physics Blast

Our game recommendation for this week is Angry Birds for the iPhone/iPod

This funky twist on a physics based tower destroyer is quite fun. With the quirky birds and sinister pigs, there is just something satisfying about flinging a chicken through the air in a giant sling shot. I great buy at 99¢ [App Store] check it out. The full review is provided by

Trundle’ – A Free Game You Need

Mobile Bros’ puzzle platformer Trundle [App Store] was released yesterday, and is getting nowhere near the attention it deserves. Trundle is a free game with a neat art style all tied together with simple tilt and touch controls that create a great (but short) gameplay experience. (via Joystiq)

I’ve played it and really have to take my hat off to them. Great game with a great art style.