A gaming combo that shouldn’t work but mostly does; a casual diamond in not much rough.
A game this shallow is skating on thin ice, but it’s enjoyable enough that we don’t really care.
The interface can be awkward, and it’s a pared-back experience, but the appeal is as strong as ever.
Not quite a champion, but far from a double bogey, this mini-golf game easily makes the cut.
Currently the best footy experience on iOS by a considerable margin, and a step up from last year’s offering.
A perfectly playable and enjoyable footy game with plenty of options, but it just doesn’t have the style or substance of the much superior FIFA 12.
Flawed, but the few stand-out events, combined with single-player cups and a multiplayer mode, ensures value for money.
A surprisingly enjoyable and varied take on archery, not least due to lush visuals and balanced controls.