This week in mobile gaming we go stealth, deliver some packages, search for treasure, curl up with a novel idea filled with zombies, and play catch with some feline friends.

splinter cell conviction iphone

Splinter Cell Conviction: Gameloft brings us the mobile version of Splinter Cell Conviction, which is one of the bigger titles released this year. If you are unfamiliar with the series, you are Sam Fisher – a Special Forces operative who’s fighting a corrupt agency to get his daughter back. The mobile version contains 11 levels in 8 locales, including an iPhone exclusive level on the banks of the Potomac River. This mobile version has some pretty slick graphics, and will be a great iteration in the franchise. Splinter Cell Conviction for the iPhone will cost you $9.99 in the app store.

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the package iphone

The Package: Now featured in the app store, The Package is a fun puzzle game where the goal is to transfer a package from one part of the screen to the other using various widgets to move it across. Some of the widgets to help you get through the 20 levels are belts, springs, fans and ramps. If you get stuck, they even have a walkthrough page via YouTube. Check it out for .99 cents.

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pirates treasure iphone

Pirate’s Treasure: Developed by Chillingo LTD (who also created Minigore) are the ones behind Pirate’s Treasure. This mobile title is a shooter for the iPhone that brings six hours of gameplay, elements of exploration, RPG and customization. Your job is to battle a multitude of enemies, including the Grim Reaper, in order to obtain your treasure. Pirate’s Treasure features 3D graphics, special abilities and upgrades and over 50 stages to live out your pirate fantasies. Not bad for $1.99.

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pride prejudice zombies iphone

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Take a famous novel by Jane Austen, make it into a movie, then take said story and throw in zombies to make it into another novel/comic book. Now it’s an iPhone game available in the app store. The new game version of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, which we caught wind of in March, is a fun side-scroller with 12 levels of zombie owning fun. Great soundtrack, upgradable abilities and Plus+ support – $2.99.

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cat physics iphone

Cat Physics: The title made me think there was some sort of cat throwing involved, but my perception was incorrect. Even better, there is more thought involved than throwing a furry feline fastball across your iPhone. With Cat Physics, your goal is to have a cat throw a ball to another cat. Not that simple, as the puzzle aspect of this game jumps in. Reach the other cat by taking timing and aim into consideration to avoid obstacles in order to have a successful catch on the other end. Take a stab at the 50 levels for only .99 cents.

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Mobile gaming is growing and evolving, bringing various genres like RPG, platformers and shooters. What is your favorite genre for a mobile game?