What I’ve enjoyed so far:
Jewel Quest 2: match-3 gameplay, goal is to change the playboard squares by having a mach on them, handles the “no-match” better than Bejeweled.
Sally’s Salon: yeah, it’s a girly scenario, but it’s a solid, fast-paced logistics game in the vein of Diner Dash. 50 levels and I ended up wishing it was longer. Never could figure out some of the power-ups, though.
Scrabble: exactly what you’d expect. AI opponent is tough and far more familiar with the Official Scrabble Dictionary than you.
Booty Blocks: starts off like a lame Tetris/Meteos clone, gets better if you level it up to the challenging stuff.
Solebon: very competent solitaire.
Diner Dash: pretty much unchanged from every other version.
Moto Chaser: motorcylcle racing, but the tilt control is all over the place.
Yahtzee Adventures: main game forces you to play opponents that get too hard after the first couple of levels, I stalled out and played other things. Lacks my favorite variation: Triple Yahtzee.
De Blob: I just don’t like top-down gameplay.
Chocolate Shop Frenzy: another logistics game, but the play style is more along the lines of Cake Mania’s assembly than Diner Dash or Sally’s Salon’s service & throughput. Also has serious game logic issues, combos of the same action (like collecting cash) are required for high scoring, but the next action won’t be triggered until you collect the cash. Ex: you serve two customers, they leave money, you don’t collect it hoping for more customers to rack up the multiplier, but they won’t spawn unless you collect the cash. You’ll stare at the cash until the entire day’s clock runs and you lose. About the nicest art I’ve seen in the genre, though.
Katamari Damacy: all the complaints about slowdown and control are valid, but it’s Katamari, so I bought it.
Not worth the time:
Space Monkey: rotate the monkey to intercept things and avoid hazards. A yawner even for free.
300 Bowl: meh, Flick bowling was much better.
Fuzzle: match-3+ by sliding pieces with your finger, difficulty ramps up way too fast to be enjoyable.