Top 10 must-have iPhone apps for gamers

Don’t get stuck with a dud iPhone game that you'll regret having bought. To save you some sweat, we've assembled a list of the ten best strategy, action, and puzzler games for the iPhone.

Rolando 2: Quest for the Golden Orchid

Publisher: Ngmoco Inc.

Price: $5.99 (full version)/Free (lite version)

Age rating: 4+

Rolando 2: Quest for the Golden Orchid is the much-anticipated sequel of the hit game Rolando. The sequel is a delight. Players use the iPhone's accelerator and its multitouch capabilities to control the action over the course of 45 levels. The game's incredible visuals were created by pop-culture illustrator Mikko Walamies, and its music comes via Mr. Scruff. To get prepped for Rolando 2, why not take the free lite version of the original Rolando out for a spin?.

Fans of Rolando 2 are likely to enjoy these games as well:

Airport Mania: First Flight ($0.99 full version) or Airport Mania: First Flight Lite (free lite version)

Toy Bot Diaries 3 ($3.99 full version) or Toy Bot Diaries 3 Free (free lite version)

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