Link: Ninja style
I genuinely cannot tell if I love this game or hate it. I’m definitely playing it, I can’t help but play the addictive little bastard. At the same time it’s annoying the life out of me and I wonder if it was worth starting in the first place. It feels good when I succeed though… I MUST FINISH.
Name: Tiny Wings
Link: Tiny Wings, big dreams
Simple as hell but oozing with charm. If you own an iPhone, you’ll likely hear about this soon. If not, buy one and then you’ll hear about this soon. You might as well just buy it now, then when it becomes popular you can tell everyone you got there first.
Name: Super Stick Golf
Link: Don’t miss out!
Golf is a classic example of a genre becoming too realistic to be fun. As a general rule; if it has Tiger Woods’ name on it, avoid at all costs. Super Stick Golf on the other hand, is excellent. The sequel to plain ol’ Stick Golf only makes one major improvement but manages to simultaneously fix it’s biggest flaw, the difficulty. Now you’re blessed with special golf clubs, each with a different ability: sticking to walls, turning water to ice, retaking a shot and so on. The courses from the first game are all included (along with a significant number of new courses) and I’m constantly finding I can now finish them with anything up to 15 strokes under par (-10 required for a gold star) where before I struggled to break even. It’s awesome. Buy it.