Ever wanted to be a hacker, taking down networks and exposing the nefarious activities of giant corporations but simply lack the skill, ambition or equipment? Hack RUN will probably appeal to you.
Since EA has taken the reigns at PopCap, Plants vs. Zombies 2 has been released for free. By free I am referring to the game being free to download initially, with plenty of in-app purchases to keep the money flowing in. This is a delicate issue but it’s usually something that happens with new games, not established franchises. Seeing it happen to Plants vs. Zombies 2 is a big shock, and it leads to the ultimate question: did EA make a mistake, or is going free-to-play the smartest move for the franchise?
The original Real Racing was a very playable yet basic racing game that got the fundamentals right and earned itself a following among mobile gamers for being the Gran Turismo or Forza of the platform. Real Racing 2 improved on the graphics, gameplay and included content in every way but stuck with the same standalone price point, also earning well-deserved praise.
Are you looking for an iPhone game that delivers something beyond the same old? Are you sick of matching multicolored gems and destroying objects in physics-based puzzlers? Maybe you want game with a deeper story that will keep you on the edge of your seat while still delivering interesting gameplay. If you’re looking for a beautifully crafted puzzle game with a story to match, Ghost Trick is the game you want to play.