Ancient Ruins IV
Ancient Ruins IV continues Handy Games' series of role-playing games with a new playable character and an expanded storyline.
X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse
In X-Men Legends II, the X-Men must join their enemy the Brotherhood to fight a greater menace--Apocalypse. The sequel to the team-based role-playing game X-Men Legends lets you play as one of many X-Men, and use and combine his or her unique abilities to defeat enemies.
Doom RPG is an interesting and fun new twist on the Doom legacy.
Undercover 2: Merc Wars
Undercover 2: Merc Wars is a massively multiplayer game incorporating players' actual locations into gameplay.
Shadowgate Classic (2005)
If you can look beyond this cumbersome interface, you'll have a great time with this classic brain-buster.
Ys Book I: The Vanished Omens
If you're an experienced RPG player who's looking for a challenge, you're sure to appreciate Ys Book 1's authenticity and solid action-adventure gameplay.
Musashi: Mobile Samurai
While it's in sore need of more-varied attacks, the context-sensitive control and distinctive style make for a pretty good game.
Ancient Ruins II
Ancient Ruins II continues the role-playing adventure by introducing Sister Agatha as a new playable character.
Ys: The Ark of Napishtim
Washed ashore on an uncharted island, Adol Christin begins a new journey in Ys: The Ark of Napishtim. Lush environments, beautifully rendered characters and animated 3D backdrops combine to create the setting for Adol's newest adventure.
Kingdom Hearts (2005)
This is a brief action game with awkward controls that manages to channel only a little of the Kingdom Hearts magic.
Master of Sword
Not only is Master of Sword enjoyable, but it's also one of the longest mobile games around.