My Om Nom
You may remember Om Nom as the adorable little creature from the popular free-to-play title Cut the Rope. Ever look at the diminutive green monster and wish you had one of your very own? Now you can, with My Om Nom. As adorable as that name sounds, the game itself is even cuter.
This is a virtual pet simulator with the familiar Om Nom from Cut the Rope. Don't go expecting any physics based puzzlers -- this is all about feeding, cuddling with, and playing with your very own little green guy. It functions exactly the same as any other virtual pet title you're probably familiar with, and offers several minigames for your trouble, such as a matching game, endless runner, and of course your home time with little Ommy. You can decorate your dwelling while keeping him or her happy, and you're even responsible for your pet's hygiene right down to brushing its teeth and bathing it. There are plenty of ways to interact with your little buddy, and you'll find lots of reasons to keep coming back, even when the game's lost its luster.
Unfortunately, there are far too many times during which you'll have to wait for Nommy to get plenty of sleep, and that does cut into your game time. His energy depletes even as you're not playing, but then there are no in-app purchases for you to buy into if you want to jump forward back into the game. It makes no sense to require players to wait so long then, and in the end will likely frustrate those interested enough to play for long stretches of time.
My Om Nom is an adorable pet simulator that could have been made better with a lack of wait times and other bizarre design decisions, but as is it's still a fun on-the-go sim that you'll pick up and likely put down after seeing all it has to offer, wait times included.