Category Archives: Free IOS games

WINTER WALK

WINTER WALK

There are so many endless survival games these days that it’s almost impossible for one to stand out from the crowd. Winter Walk manages to do so by providing real heart and soul as you follow the simple adventures of a gent out for an evening constitutional. It’s snowy and windy, and all you need

SUPER MONSTERS ATE MY CONDO

SUPER MONSTERS ATE MY CONDO!

Part Jenga, part match-game, and all bonkers, Super Monsters Ate My Condo!gives you two minutes to feed giant monsters apartment floors, while combining sets of three condos into gems, cats, clocks and piggy banks. Fling gems into a monster’s maw to fire-up its special power, then collapse in a heap as your condo finally crumbles

FIFA 14

FIFA 14

The idea of a freemium FIFA is a strange one, but EA’s made it work. For no money at all, you get access to a surprisingly generous amount of content, including a tense penalty shoot-out mode, and ‘game of the week’, which is regularly updated with new teams. There’s also a trade-based Ultimate Team mode,

CRAZY TAXI CITY RUSH

CRAZY TAXI CITY RUSH

We were fully expecting this to be awful. As huge fans of the original arcade/Dreamcast classic, how could Sega trample on our memories and turnCrazy Taxi into a freemium on-rails sort-of Temple Run clone? Amazingly, it’s actually a lot of fun. Sure, City Rush can be grindy and has typically obnoxious fuel refills and timers;

FLAPPY GOLF

FLAPPY GOLF

We imagine quite a few golfers have at one time wished their balls had wings, to sneak in a short putt. And this game’s all about the flapping, riffing off the Flappy Bird craze and smashing that title’s mechanics into the developer’s own Super Stickman Golf 2. The net result is surreal and brilliant — a challenging and

FRISBEE FOREVER 2

FRISBEE FOREVER 2

There’s an almost Nintendo-style charm to this game that’s ostensibly about flinging a plastic disc through the air. The mechanics are simple: move left and right to keep your disc on the right path, in order to collect stars that keep you aloft. But it’s the beautifully rendered and realised environments – pirate ships anchored

BEJEWELED

BEJEWELED

PopCap’s gem-swapper is one of the most famous games around, and it feels perfectly at home on the touchscreen. Along with the standard mode, you get several unique variations on the theme: in Butterflies, you must carefully consider every move, to ensure your winged creatures aren’t eaten by a deadly spider; and in Diamond Mine,

DARKSIDE

DARKSIDE

This twin-stick shooter updates Asteroids and wraps it around planetoids. The visuals are a treat, from the organic, spinning space rocks to the pyrotechnics on display as your powered-up ship seeks to obliterate everything around it. The free version of the game gives you the arcade mode, but for £1.49/US$1.99 you unlock missions, survival mode

DEEP LOOT

DEEP LOOT

This sweet exploration game in part resembles certain other mobile classics, not least Mines Of Mars, Ridiculous Fishing and Mr Driller. At its heart though, Deep Loot is a Roguelike. Your little diver scoots about, unearthing wrecks and treasure in a procedurally generated watery environment, taking his turn to move before various fishy critters follow

SPACETEAM

SPACETEAM

Mobile games are so often solo pursuits; even those claiming to be ‘social’ usually require battling someone you’ve only ever ‘met’ on Facebook or Game Center.Spaceteam is different – two to four players join on a local network, faced with a control panel of dials, buttons and sliders. Between you, everyone must coordinate to rapidly

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