We've already shown you our favorite new action games that have come out this year, but now it's time to share our all-time top ten list. These games are available for both Android and iPhone, they don't have intrusive ads or freemium schemes, and most importantly, they're all completely free to play.
With the touch screen in many ways being a perfect interface for the genre, iOS has become a popular platform for playing adventure games. Many classic PC adventure games have already been ported to iPhone and iPad, and some new releases have been created exclusively for Apple devices.
These are the 100 best iPhone apps of all time: the viral hits, the killer games, the essential utilities and the ones that made the iPhone feel like magic.We always suspected that Bad North, one of the finest strategy games of recent years, would play well on mobile. The way it distils the real time strategy genre into a touch-friendly format makes this backs-to-the-wall Norse epic feel like an iOS native.When it comes to real-time strategy games, the Total War series stands the test of time. But in the case of Total War: Three Kingdom, developer Creative Assembly went above and beyond expectations to craft the best game that the franchise has ever seen over the course of two decades. At its most basic level, it explores the Chinese Three Kingdoms period in a respectful and absolutely gripping.
The Total War Series is most likely the best and most well known strategy games of all time, with a balance between turn-based and real-time gameplay. Playing a Total War game can take you, depending on how much you play, days, weeks or even months to finish a grand campaign, but still gives the player the pleasure to have massive real-time battles that can take anything up to an hour.Read More
This round-up covers the best iPhone games available right now. It’s split into categories, so you can jump right to the top racers, puzzle games, adventures, platformers, and more.Read More
It almost makes us hesitant to even suggest the best gaming apps. Do we dare take up your valuable free time with these 20 games you won’t be able to stop playing? It’s a real moral dilemma, but at the end of the day, you need these apps on your iPhone. 25 Most Addicting iPhone Games 25. Egg, Inc.Read More
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Best free iPhone games 1. The Battle of Polytopia. At the start of The Battle of Polytopia, you find yourself in a little town, surrounded by the unknown, with a single warrior unit under your.Read More
The iPhone 1 is the first version of the smartphone line that Apple designed, and the company marketed and released it in 2007. If you want to get your hands on this classic device, you can take a look at eBay to find the first iPhone ever at affordable prices. Read on the learn about some of the unique features of the original iPhone, so you can determine if it is right for you.Read More
Best point and click adventure games for iPhone, iPad and Android: Nelly Cootalot The Fowl Fleet. If you’re a Monkey Island fan, you absolutely have to pick up Nelly Cootalot. This iOS adventure.Read More
This title on our feature of best two player iPhone games is undoubtedly the most popular. Worms 3 is an iOS-exclusive game and the follow up release to the highly popular Worms 2: Armageddon. The.Read More
Instead of playing solo, jump into some real-time gameplay with co-op and player vs. player modes, and battle friends, family, and strangers from around the world. But which multiplayer games are worth your time on Android or iOS? Phone specs get better and better each year, and multiplayer mobile games are right there with them. Instead of playing solo, jump into some real-time gameplay with.Read More
In time-honoured videogame tradition, evil aliens have invaded and only the cats can save us! Or something. Well, at least it makes a change from implausibly indestructible muscle-bound hulks. With its chunky retro pixels and old-school platforming action, you might initially think a hitherto unknown 16-bit classic has scrabbled into your iPhone.Read More