So now that I’m deep into month two of the iPhone I thought I’d give you an idea of what I really like and dislike about the device, especially as a gaming platform.
Here’s the clear winner in my hands: reMovem free:
Let it be known that of all the software – especially games – that I’ve downloaded for the iPhone thus far, I’ve spent a grand total of nothing.
What do I have to show for it? By my count, 15 free games and a few, meaningless, goofy, game-like apps.
Obviously, having played (now) over 1,000 games of reMovem, it’s my clear favorite and a good candidate: brief, easy, straight-forward. It’s the ultimate casual game for iPhone: little ventured, less gained or lost (except time).
Here are the other games that are currently eating up my free (and not-so-free) time, all for free:
- Brain Tuner
- Puzzloop Free
Fantastic, colorful, easy-to-learn/play game. A real puzzler.
No longer available, but a great Tetris clone for the iPhone.
Not quite Brain Age, but the iPhone isn’t a DS. Plus, it’s FREE!
Like Zuma or Bubble Bobble, complete with all the happy sound effects.
Based on the Discovery Channel show Future Weapons, an iPhone version of their flash website game.
GREAT Marketing idea!
So there’s my “Top 6” list of the moment.
I may soon drop some cash – just a buck – to buy some nostalgia in the form of an LED Football game.
I’m also waiting on a super-secret game to be released, but I’m bound not to say anything about it. Yet.
Happy iPhone Gaming!