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Lux Delux

This Risk-like strategy game has been available on Mac OS X but is now on iOS. If you are not at first impressed by the custom game maps, you will be by the level of control you have over the in-game artificial intelligence. Read more »

Pocket Rockets

Pocket Trucks is a side-scrolling physics-based racing game that looks as if it is taking place somewhere in Toy Story. Your vehicle looks like something you’d find in the toy aisle, while the course is more of a puzzle than a traditional race track. Read more »

Osmos

Osmos is an iPhone, iPad and Mac physics-based puzzle game that obeys Isaac Newton’s laws of motion as well as Henri Dutrochet’s osmosis. If the exacting adherence to physics doesn’t impress you, the stunning graphics and subdued original soundtrack will in this long weekend’s top pick. Read more »

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SpellTower

Games for the Weekend is a weekly feature aimed at helping you avoid doing something constructive with your downtime. Each Friday we’ll be recommending a game for Mac, iPhone or iPad that we think is awesome. Here is one cool enough to keep you busy until […] Read more »

Call of Mini Zombies

Despite its playful appearance, this game is true to the shooter genre and will certainly have you on edge from the first moment you pull the trigger. And once you have mastered the art of killing zombies, you can try your hand at going head to head with other online players. Read more »

Hunters 2

Hunters 2 is a turn-based space strategy game with a whole lot of attention to detail. As a follow-up to Rodeo Games’ first game, this edition builds on all of the features that made the original Hunter game such a great success. Read more »

Darkside

What really draws you in is the speed of the 3D environment, the detail of the in-game elements, and the nostalgic familiarity of the gameplay. This may well be one of the games you keep on your device longer than just a weekend or two. Read more »

Air Wings

True to the theme of paper airplanes, your online battlefield is situated in the most common of surroundings: Tabletops, sandboxes and even the front lawn. Your weapons are also fit for such playful activities as spitting spit balls, shooting rubberbands, and setting off firecrackers. Read more »

Tentacle Wars is a real-time strategy game where your fingers are the only weapon to fight off a deadly alien disease. With an original game soundtrack and graphics optimized for a Retina display, you will become immersed in biological warfare at the cellular level. Read more »

Trainyard

Trainyard is an iOS puzzle game that excels on all levels. You can play in a few minutes as you stand in line or wait for a meeting to begin. It’s Retina-display ready and the developer has taken the time to create a color-blind mode. Read more »

Paper Monsters

Paper Monsters is a classic 2D side-scrolling platform game by Crescent Moon Games and Robots Vs Wizards for iOS devices and the Mac. The graphics are what make this game visually stunning to behold. Read more »

Catapult King

Where fantasy-based, castle siege, catapult-style games are concerned, there aren’t too many deviations out there. In fact the genre is quite cliché. But Catapult King gives the category a fun, new perspective. Read more »

Aiko Island

Aiko Island is a physics-based puzzle game that may be familiar to you once you start playing since it incorporates so many elements from several other physics puzzle games. This game relies heavily on colors to play, and even has a bonus color-blind mode. Read more »

Monstaaa

Monstaaa! is a gravity-based puzzle game that plays like a cross between a 2D labyrinth game and Cut the Rope. It’s an interesting and playful twist at navigating an object through a maze of obstacles that attempts to cross over from puzzle game to platform game. Read more »

Defender Chronicles II

Defender Chronicles II: Heroes of Athelia is a tower defense strategy game with a character-based RPG element that allows you to take complete control of the players that defend the realm. With five levels of difficulty on each campaign, everyone can have fun playing. Read more »

Rope n Fly 3

Rope’n’Fly 3 – From Dusk Till Dawn is a side-scrolling physics game where the main character swings between buildings with little more than his momentum to aid him. With it you can begin to experience what it’s like to fly through a metropolis as a Spiderman-like superhero. Read more »

Fortress Under Siege

Fortress Under Siege is a medieval tower defense game that starts out a little like SimCity as you plan out and build your kingdom, progresses into a more typical Plants vs Zombies strategy game, with a dash of Battleheart troop customization thrown in for good measure. Read more »

Magnetic Billiards Blueprint

This game is not anything like playing a game of pool. Remember back to the time you first stepped up to a billiard table, grabbed the nearest pool ball, and sent it crashing into the other balls — that’s a more accurate depiction of Magnetic Billiards Blueprint. Read more »

Three Human to Computer Ratios

As forward-thinking as Apple is, perhaps the company hasn’t forged a new path at all. Through a technique of observe, perfect and discard, Apple has been heading for some time in one direction — along the pre-defined path into the era of ubiquitous computing. Read more »

I Dig It

I Dig It adds an element of strategy to the classic arcade game Dig Dug. You manage a digging machine that sets out to mine for minerals and other artifacts — only this time it’s up to you to enhance your digger and keep it operational. Read more »

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