Your phone is the perfect tool for productivity; it can take notes, access documents, and help you stay connected with what matters. But, if you’re like us, you also value a phone because it can provide an escape. And what better way to do that than by playing games? We already revealed some of the games we’re playing over on Android, so we decided to make a similar list for iOS.
Below you can find the list of the game mentioned in the video above, along with direct links to where they reside in the iOS App Store. There’s a little something for everyone, from racers to puzzlers. Of course, our list isn’t thoroughly representative of what else you can find on iOS, so if there’s anything you think we have to try out, let us know in the comments below. I can already say that Threes is something I’d recommend.
Go ahead, sit back and unwind a little. I know phones are meant to communicate and be a link between you and getting stuff done. But it’s no fun to always have that productivity mentality, so why not utilize your phone or tablet for something good, clean gaming? If you enjoy recommendation videos like this, let us know and we’ll think of more ideas.
The good old Track & Field gameplay has finally been reinvented on touch screen. Swipe your finger FAST back and forth between step buttons to run. Throw exactly at the right time for the best possible throw.
The skeletons decided that they can leave the underground world. But it won’t happen! Brave and uncompromising Hellrider will teach the fugitives! Throw down the skeletons, avoid the lethal traps, destroy the agile bosses and compete with your friends!
Build your Fast & Furious: Legacy Now! Join Tej, Roman, Letty and others to tear up the Streets in super-charged story missions set across all 7 Fast & Furious movies. Lead your Crew against rival teams and race in classic movie locations around the globe from Rio to Tokyo and back to LA.
Last Voyage is a game about space that is not about spaceships but rather what lies beyond our culture and technology. A game where you don’t master a single task but rather explore a range of concepts. As a result, the levels are sometimes mysterious, and other times very direct.
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