Librarians are classically seen as cultivators and curators of books, though over time that definition has grown to include newer forms of media such as recorded music, film, comics, and now games of all sorts, particularly video games. I like to think of myself as one such librarian, as video games grow in importance as vehicles for deep narrative, artistic expression, online interaction, education, and much more. For this blog entry I would like to write about mobile games. With the rise of the iPhone and Android phones, mobile gaming has become increasingly impressive and important. Gone are the days of simple distractions like Bejeweled or Snake, ushering in a period of truly meaningful and engaging games that can be carried in your pocket.