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.
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within
While Warrior Within's combat and satisfyingly long campaign improve on last year's game, the now darker tone falls somewhat flat compared to the storybook atmosphere in The Sands of Time.
Need for Speed Underground 2
Need for Speed Underground 2 is pretty good, but unfortunately most of the stuff you do in between races keeps you away from the game's best moments.
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.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Pandora Tomorrow
The single-player and multiplayer portions of Pandora Tomorrow are both highly impressive and add up to an experience that will surely appeal to anyone remotely interested in a game of high-tech stealth action.
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.
Sega Super Monkey Ball
Monkey Ball's bizarrely compelling gameplay and jocular premise make for a winning combination.