The Simpsons: Tapped Out
This game has always been a significant seller on the iPod. It costs nothing, and has a nice smooth design to it. The story revolves around Homer blowing up Springfield while at the Nuclear Power Plant, and it is your job to rebuild it. It is continuesly being updated, and the players seem to love it. When you play, if you make a storm account, tell me here and I'd be more than happy to add you. The game is fun in the way that it gives you missions to unlock various places and things, and to get more characters from your city, starting off with Homer and Lisa and moving onwards and upwards, gaining more townsfolk.
Game Dev Story
Like the computer version, the iPod version is about releasing games out to the public and gaining viewership to become a millionaire game designer. Unfortunately, it doesn't have the high amount of options like it's computer counterpart, but it does make for quite a fun, portable version of the popular game. This, like the computer version does cost money.
This game is another one of those cafe games where you own a cafe and you make food and have to wait for it to cook, but it is very addictive, and people are always on and tipping and helping you. If you decide to get the free game, be sure to find people and ask them to be friends in-game with you, so you can get more parts, which is usually a pain in other games, and I can even add you if you ever needed it.
High School Story is another free and fantastic game for iPod. You are a kid (yourself) and you are trying to create a high school. You can connect to Facebook, like I did, and put your friends down as what you think they are. As an example, if you had a friend that was a nerd, you could put them down in-game as a nerd, and vice-versa, and each person has levels that you can upgrade. There are always updates, every week to be exact, and the game is highly addictive. Have fun!
Anybody ever play Tamagotchi? I know I did. I loved Tamagotchi. I still have a few of each version, and even a limited edition Naruto one that my mother bought me. Hatchi is a virtual pet game where you look after creatures, and the way in which you raise them changes how they turn out. At the end of their life cycle, you can opt for setting them into the wild, which is sweet, and sad. It brought a tear to my eye. Unlike Tamagotchi, however, you are able to have more than one (2) Virtual pets to look after. You are able to name these pets and look after them, change their colours and habbits to your will, and more. It is free, and a game that you Tamagotchi fanatics would love.