Miami Vice: The Game
This third-person action game is based on the '80s TV show of the same name.
XXX 2: The Next Level
XXX 2: The Next Level is a mobile game in which the player must locate and destroy munitions in enemy facilities.
The one thing that seems to be seriously missing from Burning Skies is good gameplay.
Black Metal is a side-scrolling, sci-fi shooter for your mobile phone.
T-Rexx Hunter: Terror from the Past
Despite a unique premise, there's nothing about this game that makes it worth playing.
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
This shooting-gallery game's design works well and is engaging, but it isn't backed up with enough content to be anything more than a quick novelty.
Sahara is one of the best movie-licensed mobile games you can download.
T-Rexx Hunter: Forgotten Worlds
Take on the King of the Dinosaurs in this 3D hunting game.
While Inuyasha benefits from a great character-switching component--useful both in battle and for puzzle-solving--its combat system is somewhat unsatisfying, and the game ends much too quickly.
Terminator: I'm Back
On the battlefield, one hopes one's comrades-at-arms aren't purely decorative. This average game could have been so much better.
Star Trek: The Cold Enemy
This game's maddeningly clever level designs, combined with its unusually smooth animation, will keep action fans sweating--whether they're fans of the old show or not.
Star Trek: The Birds of Prey
This is such a good action game that you wouldn't even notice which kind of famous spaceship you were piloting, if not for the perfect Star Trek tonality.
S.W.A.T. the Movie: 3D Game
S.W.A.T.'s slow, monotonous action--characterized by numerous small firefights--never really provides the frenetic pacing a whack-a-mole game should.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow 3D
While Pandora Tomorrow 3D is hampered by some control problems, surprising brevity, and by the lack of true three dimensionality (a setting in which stealth action games are better served), it's still a technically impressive offering that Sony Ericsson K
Icarus may not bear the weight of predecessors like Galaga, but it's a worthy entry into the genre nonetheless.