With over 1,000 games released for both the iPhone and Android, choosing a good game is difficult. Most gamers have, at one time or another, paid for a gaming app they have later come to regret. However, the following five gaming apps are not only worth the money, but worth your time as well; these games can stand among the best video games, regardless of the system they are on.
Best Five Mobile Gaming Apps of 2012
1. Temple Run
Temple Run, developed by Imangi Studios, takes the top spot on the list due to the fact that not only is it a great game, but that it's also the only game on this list that is free. While most free mobile gaming apps aren't worth the download, Temple Run is the shining exception to this rule.
As your character automatically runs through the temple, you must slide, jump and turn to overcome all obstacles in your path. To increase replay value, you can collect coins during each run to buy power-ups and extra characters from the shop. Even though Temple Run uses both touch and tilt controls, both work flawlessly. Reserve a permanent spot on your iPhone and Android for Temple Runbecause once you install it, you won't want to remove it.
2. Angry Birds Space
Angry Birds has become a household name; after three successful games and a variety of merchandise, including stuffed animals, slippers and backpacks, all eyes were on Rovio to see what the next iteration of Angry Birds would hold. Titled as Angry Birds Space, the flock of birds are now fighting their arch-nemeses, the pigs, in the confines of space; each of the birds have taken on a new costume for this occasion along with new powers.
Angry Birds Space retains the same gameplay that made Angry Birds famous, but now adds gravity to the mix. Each level has its own gravitational field, with many levels relying not only on your aim, but your manipulation of the gravitational pull of the field, to defeat the pigs. Angry Birds Space< also includes the Danger Zone, a set of levels that Rovio calls that hardest Angry Birds levels ever created.
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3. Fruit Ninja
Fruit Ninja combines two things that you wouldn't expect to work well together: fruits and ninjas. Developed by Halfbrick, the goal of Fruit Ninja is to chop the fruits as they appear on your screen while avoiding the bombs. You control Fruit Ninja by swiping your finger across each fruit as it appears on the screen; while the controls are simple, they are effective and responsive, which is necessary for this fast-paced game.
In addition, Fruit Ninja includes four different modes, including multiplayer, and a variety of unlockables such as different swords and backgrounds. You'll return to Fruit Ninja again and again to earn a new high score and beat your friends' scores.
4. Jetpack Joyride
Jetpack Joyride, also developed by Halfbrick, stars Barry Steakfries as he steals an experimental jetpack and must escape the facility that housed it. Think of Jetpack Joyride as a 2D Temple Run and you'll have a good idea of what to expect from the game. Jetpack Joyride features a large amount of unlockables, ranging from new clothing options and jetpacks, along with a variety of vehicles to pilot outside of the jetpack, such as a mechanical dragon. Jetpack Joyride is constantly updated with new vehicles and unlockables and, along with its many in-game challenges, is a game that will give a large amount of replayability for a low price.
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5. Plants Vs. Zombies
Popcap Games, developer of hit game Plants Vs. Zombies, has ported the game from the PC to nearly every system imaginable, including the iPhone and Android. This mobile port takes advantage of its newfound mobile capabilities and succeeds; you will swear this game was originally designed as a mobile gaming app from the beginning, as the controls function that good.
In addition to every level and game mode being presented from past versions, there are a number of new game modes added just for the mobile version, such as Vasebreaker Endless mode. With these new modes, Plants Vs. Zombies is worth playing through even if you've previously completed it on a different system.
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