This week’s batch of App Store downloads features another varied array of great games worth your attention. Endless runner fans are sure to enjoy skiing on random things in Ski Safari 2 and racing through futuristic cities in Breakneck. The impressive Lara Croft GO lets you play as the intrepid adventurer as she solves puzzles and raids mysterious tombs. And those looking for the film noir charms of 1930’s cinema are sure to enjoy the dark and gritty corridors in Calvino Noir. These and many more great games made our list so be sure to check them out.
Another week means even more games that are just waiting for you to download them to your iOS device. And with so many great options this time, you may just want to get them all. If you’re a fan of amusement parks and thrill rides, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 gives you all the tools you need to make your own dream park come to life on your tablet or phone. But if you’d rather ease into something a little different, give Gathering Sky or Barmark a try as their meditative gameplay is sure to relax you. And those wanting a fun galactic puzzler are sure to enjoy the creative Path to Luma and Sputnik Eyes. Read on for more on these and other games that made our list this week.
Even more quality games are available to download this week from the AppStore so if you’re looking for something that’s both fulfilling and worth your money, be sure to check out these games on our list. Fans of the first Spider game are sure to enjoy unravelling a web of mystery and solving its unique puzzles in Rite of the Shrouded Moon. Fans of shoot ‘em ups will enjoy blasting through merciless levels in Bullet Nocturne as well as saving humans from a catastrophe in Apocalypse Meow. And if you’re looking to get scared silly, give Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 a try. Read on for more of these and many other great games that made it on our list this week.
Flight seems to be the theme of this week’s batch of AppStore downloads as a few games on our list are all about flying high or flinging things into the sky. Take the cast of Angry Birds 2, for instance: they’re back to getting flung into things, and even more physics-based puzzles await you in this sequel. Race the Sun is a thrilling racer that challenges you to prolong your inevitable doom and keep your ship in flight, and Red Game Without a Great Name boasts some tricky levels and an adorable mechanical bird. And if you want to relive your glory days playing top-down shoot ‘em ups at the arcade, give Operation Dracula a shot or two. These and many more great games made our list this week so check them out.
The best new iOS games of this week include plenty of robust titles that are sure to give you hours of enjoyment no matter where you go. Fans of any good drama are sure to appreciate the penultimate installment of Game of Thrones, which features even more dramatic twists and turns for House Forrester. The same can be said about the ominous investigations you’ll undertake as you explore New Orleans in the classic Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers. Lastly, anyone looking for a great MMO that doesn’t require a mouse is in luck as the epic Forsaken World is now on mobile. Read on for more puzzlers, platformers, and other great games out this week.
Whether you’re looking for a game to challenge your friends to or simply one to spend your nights on the couch playing, this week’s batch of AppStore downloads has you covered. Anyone looking for a deep turn-based strategy game can check out Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch — Tyranid Invasion and take on the many missions that put you against some alien enemies. This War of Mine will have you making some tough decisions as you try to stay alive amid an ongoing war. For those craving some speed, Impulse GP is sure to please with its futuristic tracks and sounds. And speaking of which, SongPop 2’s new challenge modes and playlists are sure to make any music aficionado very happy. Read on for more of the best iOS games out this week.
If you’re a fan of puzzlers, roguelikes, and just some awesome new mobile games, this week’s batch of App Store downloads does not disappoint. Magic fans can now play and build their decks right on their phones and those curious about the card game can try it out at no cost. Those looking for a great AR game that also doubles as a solid tower defense title can check out Clandestine: Anomaly and defend their neighborhood from an alien invasion. And those with a penchant for puzzles are sure to enjoy adding numbers in The Mesh, spelling words in Alphabear, and solving the mysteries in the last episode of Forever Lost. Keep reading for more of this week’s great games.
This week’s batch of App Store downloads features one of the most diverse lineups of games this year, ranging from a chiptune rhythm platformer to an action game where you get to punch werewolves in the face. Those looking for a game that’s bursting with color and happiness are sure to delight in Sega’s newest hero, Heroki. Divide by Sheep will somehow make you equate math with the adorable butchering of sheep, and Blockadillo will satisfy your brick-breaking appetite. And if you want to smash even more yellow bricks with a side of humor, take LEGO Minifigures Online out for a spin right on your phone. Keep reading for more on these and other great picks out this week.
If you ever feel like there aren’t enough quality games out on the AppStore, have a look at this week’s batch of downloads and remember how much awesomeness a mobile game can provide. iOS-friendly versions of Dragon Quest VI and Lego Batman: Beyond Gotham make this week's list as well as a very intriguing mystery game called Her Story. Fort Meow is a fun physics puzzler starring an army of cats and The Abduction of Bacon at Dawn is sure to keep you smiling. Read on to check out these and more great titles out this week.
A plethora of games may have been announced at E3 this week, but many of them won’t be available until later this year or even 2016. Luckily, this week’s batch of App Store games is as solid as ever, and the best part is, they’re available right now.