Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition – $2.99
Super Street Fighter IV is already a pretty fun experience but Capcom went off with this 3D edition. Allowing you to fight at a slightly titled angle you get to see the fight from a slightly different perspective. Plus, having access to a fighting game this well put together on a handheld for $2.99 is a great way to celebrate one of the last Street Fighters to come out that wasn’t just a tool for microtransactions.
And there’s a fun little mini-game where you get to collect little statues of the various characters.
Pocket Card Jockey – $6.99
Listen, I know it’s going to be hard to sell you on a game about horses and solitaire but download the demo. It’s a really wacky story about someone coming back from the dead with the ability to race horses with the power of playing solitaire. It makes zero sense but it is super fun, especially when robot horses, ninja horses, and…because this game was made by Pokemon developer Game Freak…Rapidashes that aren’t exactly Rapidashes…show up.
There’s a demo if you don’t trust me. And therapy if you still don’t after playing the demo.
Though, if you have a Mac, I genuinely would consider getting the Apple Store exclusive remake.
Pushmo – $6.99
If you missed out on the Pushmo craze when it first came out, no is the time to finally experience it. A puzzle platformer that involves pushing blocks to get to the top of small towers. It’s basically a cute Catherine.
If you want Catherine style game play without having to question your concept of sexuality, this is the game for you.