PC Advisor reviews the best phone games you can buy.
- Reviewed on: 20 April 2012
- RRP: £1.49
Since there's a free version of Draw Something, there's no excuse to not download it immediately. Plenty of your friends are bound to be playing it, so as long as you've got a Facebook account, you'll be able to instantly see those who are. We can't be sure just how long Draw Something will remain popular, but for now, it's a must-have.
Read our Draw Something by OMGPOP review.
- Reviewed on: 23 March 2012
- RRP: £1.99 on iPad; 69p on iPhone/iPod touch
Angry Birds Space is a proper sequel that opens up genuinely new possibilities. Not every level quite lives up to the new mechanic's promise, but there's a huge amount to like here - and no doubt there will be plenty of levels added in free updates.
Read our Angry Birds Space review.
- Reviewed on: 5 December 2011
- RRP: £4.99
Infinity Blade II is the perfect sequel, keeping and expanding almost everything that was great about its predecessor.
Read our Infinity Blade II review.
- Reviewed on: 13 February 2012
- RRP: FREE - £1.79 for Pro Pack
Addictive and simple, but with enough challenge and complexity to keep even the most ardent players interested. Stick Cricket is everything a casual game should be, and the Android app rocks. It's not quite as polished as the iPhone version, but it is plenty good enough for us.
Read our Stick Cricket for Android review.
- Reviewed on: 5 February 2012
- RRP: £2.99
Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land remains very much in need of a major update or two, but even so it's one of the finest, meatiest iOS games of recent times. Highly recommended.
Read our Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land review.