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Top TV show game apps

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Jenneth Orantia

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Different perspective ... a screenshot of <em>Walking Dead: The Game</em>.

Different perspective ... a screenshot of Walking Dead: The Game.

Walking Dead: The Game
iPhone, iPad
$5.49

If you're a fan of the TV show, you'll love the game adaptation. Based on the original comic books, it gives you a different perspective on the same zombie universe depicted in the show, and the dark storyline changes based on the decisions and actions you make while playing.

 

Doctor Who: The Mazes of Time
iPhone, iPad, Android
$1.99

Doctor Who devotees can now play at being the time lord himself. There's an innocent family to protect, seven unique locations to explore, and lots of Daleks, Cybermen and Silurians to defeat, using a variety of puzzles, challenges and mini-games.

 

Dexter the Game
iPhone, iPad
$6.49

Dexter the Game has you filling the blood-spattered shoes of Dexter Morgan: a crime scene technician by day and a vigilante bad-guy killer by night. The game is based on season one of the TV show, but it doesn't matter whether you've seen it already or not - there's a great variety of gory graphics, gripping dialogue and immersive cases for older gamers to enjoy.

 

CSI: Miami
iPhone
$5.49

If you can ignore the terrible voice acting and poorly written dialogue, CSI: Miami has lots to offer both intrepid detectives and enthusiasts of the show. Gameplay involves searching crime scenes for clues using your CSI tool kit, analysing any evidence back at the lab, and interrogating suspects and witnesses.

 

Ellen's Know or Go
$1.99 ($2.99 for iPad)
iPhone, iPad

Put your pop culture knowledge to the test with Ellen's Know or Go trivia game, based on the popular segment from her talk show. It's a fun game with cute graphics and dialogue; the only downside is that a lot of the questions are US-centric.