At its heart, Steve Jackson’s Munchkin is a simple game. Players assume the role of
adventurers hacking, slashing, and looting their way through a dungeon, fighting monsters (and often each other) on a quest to reach level 10. These power-hungry munchkins can play all manner of cards to help them, including weapons, armor and other magic items, as well as special species and class cards. It’s simple … but often devilishly hard to track. The Munchkin Level Counter app adds to the complexity, but also brings some new tools for managing it.
Red Wasp Designs' The Wasted Land takes Call of Cthulhu to the iPad and iPhone, transforming RPG horror into a turn-based squad game that seeks to prevent a German mythos cult from unleashing an army of undead during World War I.
The game unfolds in the No Man's Land between the Allied and German fronts during The Great War. A team of British soldiers, led by the mystic scholar Brightmeer discover that someone is re-animating the dead. It's a classic Call of Cthulhu storyline, ripped form the pages of H.P. Lovecraft's own "Herbert West: Reanimator", with classic CoC rules.
If you're looking for roleplaying games this generation the Nintendo DS has, without doubt, the largest selection. The latest entry in this list is Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans. Based on Akira Toriyama's works of the same name, the game follows the adventures of the "Z Fighters" from the final chapter of Dragon Ball through the first chapter of Dragon Ball Z with a few additions just for this game.