36 of the best iPhone games

We've sifted through the thousands of games currently available in the iTunes App Store, and have settled on these 36 titles to enthusiastically recommend. Some are old, some are new, but all are worth both your time and money.




If you've been playing games since the very early 90s you may remember a beloved action game called Cannon Fodder by Sensible Software. It was originally released on the Amiga in 1993, and was later ported to the Atari Jaguar, Game Boy, Genesis, Atari ST, SNES, and 3DO. Grunts, it has to be said, owes a lot to Cannon Fodder. You control a small squad of soldiers which you direct around the map by pointing and tapping with your finger, RTS-style. You shoot at bad guys, you blow up enemy installations, you pick up loot. It's like Diablo meets Commando and it's all presented with its tongue firmly planted in its cheek.

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