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.

PuzzleQuest Chapter 1 and 2

Publisher: TransGaming Inc.

Price: $7.99 (full version)/Free (lite version)

Age rating: 9+

The Apple Store contains lots of variations on the gem-matching game Bejeweled, but PuzzleQuest Chapter 1 and 2 takes the concept to new heights. In the course of over 40 hours of storyline game-play, you'll fight battles by switching seven types of game pieces to create matching rows of three or more. PuzzleQuest introduces role-play quests, with characters ascending through a series of experience levels and acquiring new spells and abilities. You can embark on a limited (but free) PuzzleQuest quest with the free, lite version of the game.

If you just want a simple but fun puzzle game, try these possibilities:

Peggle ($4.99)

Bejeweled 2 ($2.99)

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