24 is okay. I'm still in some training missions, so maybe it'll get better. The missions are pretty short, which is nice.
DoomRPG is great, but I hit a wall with it and haven't gone back.
Might & Magic was a great game, too. But don't go thinking it's a Diablo II clone. It really isn't. It's much more of a puzzle/strategy game than that, but don't let that sell it short, either. It's a really cool mix of action/puzzle that is a load of fun to play. Control takes some getting used to, though.
Baldur's Gate was fun enough for me to play through, but I really wanted to play Neverwinter Nights and they never released it on my phone (despite begging both Verizon and Jamdat [I think] and both passing the buck on who's holding it back).
The King Kong game was great and beautiful, but really, really short. Rent it, if you can, 'cause you'll finish quickly.
Lord of the Rings Trilogy is as good as Kong, and a little longer. One of the better mobile games I've played. The levels are a little longer than I like for mobile play, though.
Massive Snowboarding was amazing. Got a lot of play from me. Almost finished it, too, but just couldn't complete a couple of challenges.
Marc Ecko's Getting Up is a suprisingly good and lengthy platformer.
New York Nights is a very good Sims-lite game.
I'm enjoying Ratchet & Clank a lot. Quick to play levels, with good platforming.
Vijay Singh 3D is one of the best golf games I've played. There's an RPG element to it that makes for addictive play, and it looks great.
I was expecting more from Call of Duty 2, though I have only played two levels.
Same story with Alone.
And I'm getting some nostalgia thrills from Dragon's Lair (but it's not for everyone).
I get the most play from Skipping Stone (great graphics and simple, addictive play), Daily Puzzle, and Downtown Hold 'Em (which may not have the best AI or graphics, but for me is the fastest, no-nonsense hold 'em game. I get into a rythm with it).