The mobile manifestation of Actraiser is but a pale shadow of the classic game's former glory.
National Treasure Puzzle Quest
Your money is guaranteed to be better spent elsewhere.
Around the World in 80 Days (2008)
Solve puzzles as you attempt to travel the world in 80 days.
The Lion King (2004)
Even given its target kiddie audience, The Lion King falls short.
Darts-n-Dolls is about as much fun as you'd expect repeatedly stopping two sliders in the middle of horizontal and vertical bars to be.
Marshal Wyatt Earp
Power-ups, new weapons, different sorts of enemies, time limits, and boss fights are all missing from the equation, and so is the fun.
The classic action arcade title returns with a whole new look, same old feel! Space Invaders, the title that drew thousands into the arcades, comes to the Game Boy Color. ...
The King of Fighters M2
This mobile version of this beloved fighting game series will sorely disappoint King of Fighters fans, who might reasonably expect some sort of challenge or a decent selection of characters.
Dual Threat (Airborne)
An enjoyably prototypical plot is the best thing that this short, repetitive, and poorly produced side-scrolling shooter has to offer.
Avoid this game unless you are both a masochist and an obsessive Felix the Cat aficionado.
Blast the robots and save the last human family in Robotron: 2084, a dual joystick arcade shooter.
Pocket Aquarium probably shouldn't be in Verizon's games section, but it is. Even as a screensaver, though, this would be a poor offering.
Marshall Faulk Football
If you're dying to have Marshall Faulk on your phone, a homemade wallpaper will serve you better.
This humorous shooter sees players visiting locations all over the world to hunt poultry.
Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust
The king of womanizing lounge lizards is back and spending his summer working on a Hollywood movie lot.
WWE Raw (2005)
Saddled with horrific controls, broken fighting mechanics, and ugly presentation, WWE Raw for mobile phones is like a steel chair to the face.
MLB Slam! is the first baseball game for the N-Gage, and, to be blunt, it's horrible.