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Most Recent iOS Game Reviews
Fire Emblem Heroes (iOS)

Fire Emblem Heroes review (iOS)

Reviewed February 09, 2017

Jason Venter says: "Fire Emblem Heroes has promise, but its free-to-play hooks need adjusting before it'll be worth your investment."
My Little Pony: Puzzle Party (iOS) artwork

My Little Pony: Puzzle Party review (iOS)

Reviewed January 25, 2017

Jason Venter says: "Bright visuals and otherwise solid puzzle challenges fall victim to design that excessively favors free-to-play hooks."
Super Mario Run (iOS) artwork

Super Mario Run review (iOS)

Reviewed December 18, 2016

Jason Venter says: "It looks like a classic Super Mario game, and almost plays like one, too!"
Miitomo (iOS) artwork

Miitomo review (iOS)

Reviewed May 06, 2016

Jason Venter says: "A pleasant way to discover your friends' deepest, darkest secrets, now with micro-transactions!"

Most Recent iOS Screenshots and Images
Fire Emblem Heroes (iOS) screenshots and images

If you're interested, check out this list of iOS games released in North America, sorted by year. You can also browse iOS releases in all regions using the alphabet strip near the top of this page.

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