In case you haven't heard, Life Of Black Tiger is the new Flappy Bird. Made popular by the Angry Video Game Nerd and Gilbert Gottfried, Life of the Black Tiger is so bad that it is good. Described as an "action" game, Black Tiger follows a tiger who was abandoned by his family and must survive on his own. The black tiger is bitter and hellbent on terrorizing his furry neighbors, such as innocent bunnies, giraffes and human villagers.
Free iPhone Games
SEGA is blowing the doors off the retro gaming world with familiar titles ported to iOS. The company plans to release games from its console heyday every month as part of its SEGA Forever classic games collection. Anyone who is a fan of the SEGA Genesis, Dreamcast, or Master System can get these games free on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Finger Spinner has rocketed to the top of the free App Store charts, bumping YouTube from the number one slot. The concept of the game is simple: swipe to spin the spinner, which is based on the real-life fidget spinners that are taking over schools and workplaces around the globe. Each spin earns coins, which can be used to upgrade the maximum speed or grease the wheels to extend the spin for a longer time.
The high-speed space flier Hyperburner has gone free on the App Store. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners can save a cool $2.99 and enjoy the 4.5-star rated game for iOS. Hyperburner takes players through increasingly dangerous courses with a sci-fi twist.
April Fools' Day has arrived, and as usual Google joined in the fun. iPhone owners can play Ms. Pac-Man directly in the Google Maps app. The feature works by automatically converting any location into a completely functional Ms. Pac-Man board. In fact, desktop users of Google Maps can also play by clicking the "Insert coin" button.