Fragger takes the concept of hit-game Angry Birds and adds a special-ops spin by instead having you toss grenades into structures that house enemy soldiers. Even with its similarity to the Angry Birds game mechanic, Fragger manages to offer enough variation in levels and enough of a graphical detachment from the popular game to make it both fun and addictive.
What separates Fragger from Angry Birds is the need to make highly precise shots in certain situations. Sometimes you'll need to bank grenades off of walls to drop them into a bunker, while other times the grenade will serve as a method for knocking soldiers off high platforms (where the explosion of the grenade becomes unnecessary).
You get 70 levels to play through across two different worlds, and, judging by the level-select screen, another world will open up in a later release. Overall, if you like demolition games or want a more military feel as you blow up structures than you'd get in Angry Birds, you should definitely check out Fragger.