I like that one too even though I'm not a golfer in real life. I haven't played it all that much but will eventually spend more time with it. I like how smooth the players move. Of course, they lowered the price to $6.99 a day after I bought it for $9.99.
I purchased hero of Sparta after it went down to $0.99 and enjoyed it, but the game was bit too short and easy. Definitely glad I didn't pay $5.99 for it. I just got fieldrunners and that's also a fun game. Scramble and unblock me are probably my favorite free games.
One of my best application is simply DirtyMouth. I really enjoy using it a lot and make fun with my friends. If someone wants to pick dirty on nice phrases according to his
personality and amaze friends and relatives in times when it is most
needed then DirtyMouth is a best way to express.
AroundMe. It has to be the best app out there. Tap the icon and a screen pops up with a list of catergorized places in close proximty to your current location. Looking for a gas station? Coffee shop? Bank? Or even better yet, looking for something not even listed?Click the search button and type in whatever you could possibly be looking for...it will find it...instantly. Then it will get you there. Much better than Google Maps. Plus it's FREE! Awesome app!
My favorites are: Penguin catapult (1 and 2) Pocket tunes (better than the lousy Sirius app. You get all stations including Howard without having to upgrade to CD sound which cost $4 a month). Skype and Air mouse
The game apps that I surprisingly enjoy are Spore Origin, and Zen Bound. The sound quality and graphics, and mostly the excellent use of the accelerometer make these two games outstanding in my opinion. Sometimes one doesn't truly know how well the games will play until actually trying them out.
I don't know, I've lost countless hours with Paper Toss. Yeah, it's a simple, almost juvenile game, but oh so addictive. And Midomi is pretty handy. It's like Shazam, but with added features like you can sing or hum into it and it's yet to let me down.
Also Pandora's Box is pretty awesome, it lets you know about new apps, discounted and even temporary free apps and links you directly to the app store to get them.