Mobile gaming

Mobile gaming news and reviews from our computer games section, with our take on the best new mobile games, including iPhone games to look out for.

Leo’s Fortune iOS review

Leo’s Fortune iOS review

The latest side-scrolling platform adventure to grace the iOS powered iPad and iPhone is a little known gem of a game called Leo’s Fortune, bringing a whole new, slightly random character to the computer games world. With a unique movement engine building off the genius of previous unique platform hits like Badland and Limbo, it’s(…)

Angry Birds Star Wars 2 review

Angry Birds Star Wars 2 review

It’s got to be hard not to love Angry Birds. It’s cute, intensely addictive and a hell of a lot of fun, in a sadistic pig killing sort of way and Angry Birds Star Wars 2 is yet another excellent

Angry Birds Star Wars II on its way

Angry Birds Star Wars II on its way

If you ever though the guys and gals at Rovio would eventually run out of steam with what has become their Angry Birds franchise, you are sadly mistaken, because a long time ago (end of last week) in a galaxy far far away (Finland – it’s where Rovio Entertainment HQ is based) they announced the(…)

Momonga Pinball Adventures review

Momonga Pinball Adventures review

Momonga Pinball Adventures takes a little Japanese dwarf flying squirrel (the namesake of the game) and splices it with the joys of pinball to create a fun adventure based spinner

Anomaly Korea review

Anomaly Korea review

Following on from 2011′s Anomaly Warzone Earth, Anomoly Korea brings back the modern twist on the tower defense strategy game. With impressive graphics and a fiendish difficulty level it’s picked up a whole host of awards since its release late in 2012, including the Gold Award from Pocket Gamer. While the game feels a bit(…)

Angry Birds Star Wars review

Angry Birds Star Wars review

If Angry Birds wasn’t randomly ingenious enough, Rovio has taken it up a notch with an affiliation with Lucas Arts. Angry Birds Star Wars brings together the brilliant bird throwing puzzler fun of the original and crazily combines it with the storyline and characters from Star Wars to create a game that is even better.(…)

PlayStation PSVita preview

PlayStation PSVita preview

It hit the shops in early 2012, it’s Sony’s big response to the Nintendo 3DS and it’s called the PlayStation PSVita. While the games and the tech don’t necessarily look far and away out of sight in comparison, for any existing PlayStation lovers it’s going to be massively anticipated. Initial PSVita games include a super(…)

Sonic and Sega All Star Racing, iPhone app review

Sonic and Sega All Star Racing, iPhone app review

One of the best entries to iTune in 2011 has got to be Sonic and Sega All Star Racing. It’s a direct port from the console game of the same name and considering it’s delivered on the iPhone and costs just £0.69 to download, it’s a blistering piece of brilliance. To start with, it’s got(…)

Street Fighter 4 iPhone game

Street Fighter 4 iPhone game

Literally the best 69p I’ve ever spent. The Street Fighter 4 Apple app game looks, sounds and plays just like every other brilliant Street Fighter game you’ve ever played, but the beauty is that it’s on your iPhone or iPod Touch and it costs the princely sum of just 69p. Any iPhone that doesn’t have(…)

The Secret of Mana iPhone game review

The Secret of Mana iPhone game review

The Secret of Mana was one of the 90s SNES classics that got away from me. I always wanted to play it, but never managed to get it for one reason or another. However, now it’s been rereleased as an Apple app on the iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad so I’ve finally got to live(…)