Top 10 Best New iPhone & iPad Games - February 2014
Even though January is usually a slow month, we saw plenty of great mobile games come out, featuring both familiar faces and newcomers. Here are the top 10 iPhone and iPad picks for the month of February.
10.) Rhythm Thief & the Paris Caper
This music rhythm game originally made its debut on the 3DS, but found very little problem transitioning to the mobile market. Featuring a number of compelling musical numbers and gameplay that's easy for all ages, this one will steal your attention.
Download Rhythm Thief & the Paris Caper: iPhone & iPad
In this wild skill-based game, you're asked to guide a sphere around circular patterns while collecting squares and avoiding bullets that can end your run. It's trickier than it sounds, but fans of old-school games will no doubt get some thrills from this one.
Download Atomic+: iPhone & iPad
What looks like a simple connect-the-dots game soon becomes an exercise in brain bending. Lyne is a great game where you'll need to use your smarts to connect shapes. The further you get, the more challenges appear. "Lyne" up to play.
Download Lyne: iPhone & iPad
7.) Lost Yeti
Fans of classic arcade games will get a kick out of Lost Yeti. You guide an adorable snow creature across a series of levels, moving around ice blocks while collecting food items and avoiding dangerous enemies. With simple gameplay and a low price tag of $0.99, Lost Yeti will warm your heart.
Download Lost Yeti: iPhone & iPad
6.) Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed
Originally introduced for game consoles back in 2012, Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed made its way to mobile. Although some parts of the game are still questionable (like paying extra for in-game content), the racing action remains as fun as ever. Plus, it's on sale for just $1.99 for a limited time.
Download Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed: iPhone & iPad
5.) Battle Supremacy
Tanks - er, rather, thanks to Atypical Games, we have an action-packed alternative to the PC hit World of Tanks for mobile devices. In Battle Supremacy, you'll compete against bigger and better vehicles using survival tactics and a whole lot of ammunition. Lock and load.
Download Battle Supremacy: iPhone & iPad
Do as the Romans do with Doug Cowley's impressive strategy game. In Hoplite, you'll guide your character across various stages, taking on enemies and making moves to reach the next level. With upgradeable abilities and a variety of levels to explore, this game is worth jumping into.
Download Hoplite: iPhone & iPad
3.) Joe Danger Infinity
Following his mobile debut in Joe Danger Touch, the stuntman returns with a series of new challenges in Joe Danger Infinity, an endless runner with a twist. Featuring a huge assortment of vehicles and levels to overcome, this game will no doubt be a treat to fans of the series.
Download Joe Danger Infinity: iPhone & iPad
2.) Shadow Blade
One of the best action games to hit the mobile front in some time, Shadow Blade is a romp - especially to fans of the classic Shinobi games. You guide a heroic warrior through a series of tricky levels, performing acrobatic feats and defeating enemies while seeking the last remaining ninja master.
Download Shadow Blade: iPhone & iPad
1.) Castle Doombad
Let's be honest - sometimes it's just good to be bad. In Castle Doombad, you set up traps for do-gooders trying to rescue a princess in your grasp. There's no shortage of awesome stuff here, whether you use demon dogs, turrets or ground pounders to turn those heroic knights into canned tuna. It's easily the best game from January.
Download Castle Doombad: iPhone & iPad