Massive Snowboarding is one of the few V Cast games whose technology does not hamper its gameplay but rather bolsters it.
A compelling game with infinite replayability, Wordking should supplant traditional poker on the national circuit.
Crash Bandicoot (2005)
Though somewhat dated, it's certainly the best game available for ExEn and is a killer mobile title overall.
Might and Magic (2004)
With Might and Magic, Gameloft has created one of the best cell phone action adventure games ever.
Dragon Fire 2
Dragon Fire 2 is a cut above every other mobile shooter. It's polished enough to feel like an entirely novel experience
Playman Shoot & Splash
It's a good single-player game due to the competitive aspect of setting and breaking your own records. But the multiplayer mode is fantastic.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2004)
While the fighting is fun, the game requires more brains than brawn.
Dell Magazines Crossword
Network access to puzzles makes this whole crosswording-on-your-phone thing worthwhile.
Crash 'N' Burn (2003)
It's amazing that Macrospace was able to cram the dozens of racetracks and options onto the cell.
While Bejeweled Multiplayer's graphics are a little on the murky side, it hardly touches the game's overall virtuosity.