If you’re willing to engage, Arranger is an enchanting distraction that’s worth enduring some rough edges.
A mirror image of a classic game turns out to be just as good as the original.
A fun, and occasionally inventive rhythm-action game, but the IAP system leads to repetition and feels distinctly like gouging.
Strip away the glossy aesthetics and you’re left with an adequate but challenging tower defence game with burbling audio. More like Reasonable Hotel.
Mad Acorn loses footing at times, but largely stands out as one of the most memorable iOS originals in some time.
One of the few games that’s just as minimal as the hardware you play it on, and with the same one-more-go factor.
Puzzle, stealth, rhythm-action and a smattering of platforming, with Game & Watch era rigidity smashed into modern iOS-style aesthetics. Perfect.
Snake! SNAAAAAAKE! Oooh it’s a snake! Ah, no, it isn’t – it’s a flawed but loveable bit of rhythmic lunacy.