This 10 Best Board Games list may not be the most accurate representation of the word "best." You see, most of the board games on this list aren't anywhere near a "best" rating. Most of the games listed are from Electronic Arts, a company housing a secret division whose sole purpose is to take the board games we love, make a good version, then update and destroy them. But...
Someone has been watching a lot of Breaking Bad. At least that's the impression I get from developer Anders Hejdenberg, who's managed to make Devil's Attorney feel like an homage to Breaking Bad's sleazy lawyer, Saul Goodman.
The popular Nintendo DS game Ivy the Kiwi has made its way to the App Store. Now those of us who don't have a DS can finally play this charming auto-runner.
Old MacDonald not only had a farm, but he had an iPhone and iPad that he could use to play his popular song to all the kids in the neighborhood! Now you and your child can sing this classic over and over again with this fun -- and now free -- app!
RPG's are a dime-a-dozen in the App Store, so making your stand out from the rest is a tough task for developers. Spacetime Studios seems to be heading in a good direction with their fun looking game, Arcane Legends.
Dishonored is one of the hottest games going right now for the XBox 360, PS3 and and PC. And now there is an official map app to help gamers who are stuck wandering around its awesome world.
The iCade series of products has been a big hit with iOS gamers, and now their latest entry in the iCade line, the iCade 8-Bitty, is currently available for purchase.
A lot of great new releases are hitting the App Store this week, including more Chillingo games, a port of a Sega classic and a devilishly looking cartoon game! These games will be available to download just after 11:00 PM Eastern time in the U...
Heoes! Villains! Monsters! Mages! Magic! It's all here in the fantasy RPG game Castle Age HD. And you can swing your sword and cast your spells for the low, low price of nothing!
RPG games are some of the most loved amongst gamers, and every developer around the world is trying to top the charts with their own unique role-playing title. Now Korean developer Dancing Anchovy is entering the RPG fray with Team Monster.