When you’re browsing the App Store, it can be challenging to find the best games for your iPhone because of the sheer amount of choice available. To help out, here’s our roundup of the games we think are worth downloading and playing this week. No matter your personal preference — whether it’s an arcade game, action game, or a bike riding game — we’ve got you covered.
Here are our top 5 best iPhone games you should play this week:
Bike Life is an endless riding game co-developed by Meek Mill and IM3 Gaming Studios. The game takes place in Meek Mill’s hometown of Philadelphia and is meant to represent street bike culture. Players perform extreme bike stunts, compete against other players, and collect coins to upgrade their characters’ bike gear. While playing the game, players listen to exclusive music by Meek Mill and engage with other celebrities.
The Executive is a fast-paced action game developed by Riverman Media LLC. In The Executive, players take on the role of a CEO whose mining company has been invaded by werewolves, and it’s the CEO’s job to save all of the employees before the werewolves get to them first. Players have to use their best fighting tactics, as they battle more than 50 enemies, each with their own strengths and weakness. The Executive features 120 levels of non-stop action and intense fights. If you’re a fan of Street Fighter II and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, you’ll absolutely love this game.
Amazing Stairs is an arcade game developed by App Cow. In the same vein as games like Flappy Bird and Timberman, players are challenged to see how far they can climb up the endless sequence of stairs in a limited amount of time. Once players get acquainted with the touch controls, it gets a lot easier to obtain a much higher score. The game does incorporate incredibly disruptive ads, but the most addicted players may not be too bothered by them.
Escape is an arcade game developed by Ketchapp. In this fast-paced game, players need to quickly take control of their rocket, which is traveling through a world of destruction. Players must save all of their frightened passengers, while buildings collapse and mountains sink into the ground. Be careful though, because if your rocket touches a building when it collapses or hits the ground, all of your passengers will die.
Halo: Spartan Strike is a top-down shooter game developed by Microsoft Studios. The game is set during the events of Halo 2 on New Mombasa in 2552. As a Spartan soldier on a classified ONI simulation, players dive into 30 challenging missions in various cities and jungles, and kill off the Promethean enemies with deadly weapons.