25. Match Land Similar to Japan’s Puzzles & Dragons, form yourself a versatile team of heroes and face them off against critters that are just too cute to be demolished. It’s a delightful game that brings back the Match-three to its more enjoyable roots. It has a PlayScore of 24. Tinker Island: Survival Adventure Get a feel of the castaway experience in this adventure survival game from Kongregate. Marooned on a remote island, become the leader of a pack of shipwrecked survivors. Decide the destiny of each man in a battle against the elements, and a bestiary of fantastical beasts. It has a PlayScore of 23. ARK: Survival Evolved Widening the horizons for mobile sandbox gaming, ARK is a pocket friendly version of the primitive paradise that is this open world survival game. Live side by side with the lands’ most ferocious beasts and tame the wilderness using the power of smarts. Craft your own adventure with a PlayScore of 22. Dragon Land Not as deadly as the dinosaurs of ARK, Dragon Land offers another kind of entertainment. Marketed as a platform adventure, meander around their over 100 levels and go on a collecting spree with dozens of dragons and skins to choose from.
It has a PlayScore of 21. Cube Escape: The Cave Deep into Rusty Lake is a lingering mystery that’s been the subject of many of their escape games. In this ninth chapter to their series, step inside the cave and witness a harrowing story in this point and click adventure game. It has a PlayScore of 20. Full of Stars Humanity is at the brink of extinction. Take the role of a space-daring captain in his quest to restore humanity in a story-driven adventure. Upgrade, expand and power-up your ship to travel seamlessly around the galaxy. Choices matter and the narrative goes deeper than you thought out to be. At the end of the day, it’s all about survival. It has a PlayScore of 19. Geostorm Compared to the startling disappointment of its environmental disaster movie tie-in, Geostorm gained a notable success among the mobile masses.
Taking on Square Enix’s Go aesthetics, delve into the games’ threefold storyline and put a stop to the looming apocalypse. It has a PlayScore of 18. Super Dangerous Dungeons Timmy the treasure hunter’s obviously got one thing on his mind, and he’s about to find it in the super dangerous dungeons of this indie adventure platformer. Crafted in the style of retro platforming classics, venture through its tortuous halls and find each of their secret stages. It has a PlayScore of 17. Ice Age Adventures Gameloft takes us on an cold, prehistoric escapade with Ice Age Adventures. Inspired by the Blue Skies Studios Franchise, we take on the role of Sid as he tries to rescue his friends and baby animals. It has a Playscore of 16. Mimpi If you loved the colors of the monumental mobile game, monument valley, then you’ll appreciate cotton candy aesthetics of Dreadlocks’ puzzle platformer. Play as their titular Mimpi and help him navigate through various worlds to find his beloved master.
It has a PlayScore of 15. Sky Chasers Bring out your childish imaginations as we return to the magic boxes of our youth. Step inside this kid’s cardboard box, and explore their expertly designed pixel landscapes while collecting golden coins along the way. A charming puzzler, it has a PlayScore of 14. Silly Sausage: Doggy Dessert From the childishly wondrous to the downright silly. Bite into the sweet delights of this stretchy doggo’s dessert-filled worlds and prepare yourself for a frenzied sugar rush. A sequel to this silly sausage’s savory adventures in Meat Land, it has a PlayScore of 13. The Quest Keeper Begin your journey to become dungeon master as you try to conquer the many challenges hidden beneath this voxel crypt. With its 10 unique quests, the Quest Keeper keeps you on your toes, offering you endless hours of dungeon-crawling action. It has a PlayScore of 12. Deep Loot Dive into the the depths of this retro adventure, and discover what lies under its infinite waters. Find the valued treasures amidst the lost ruins, and use the power of coin to unlock access towards the unique artifacts of the abyss. Give in to pressure, with a Playscore of 11. Cally’s Caves 3 Another adventure platformer, this time from the perspective of the brave Cally.
The third installment of her spelunking adventures, help her on her quest to free her parents from the grip of her archnemesis. With metroidvania style exploration spread of 10 zones, it has a PlayScore of 10. Silly Walks Not as ubiquitous as the the Monty Python ministry, but it’s just as fun. Take control of a bunch of sentient foodstuff and aid them in their quest to rescue their friends from the evil Blender. Defeat bumbling bosses, race around their silly tracks. It has a PlayScore of 9. My Horse Prince Taking a dip into the realm of weird, My Horse Prince lets you live out the fantasy of having a handsome, human faced horse. Playing this game will definitely wipe off your long face as you take care of your magnificent beast throughout their peculiar storyline. It has a PlayScore of 8.
Hoppenhelm Help Sir Hoppenhelm escape the dungeon of his castle by jumping, blocking, and slashing his way to safety. Avoid various traps such as pitfalls, fireballs, and a rising lava from taking your life. Brace through its arcade platform action in randomly generated fun. It has a PlayScore of 7. OPUS: Rocket of Whispers Stories are a central part of the videogame experience, and there’s no shortage of that in SIGONO’s latest installment. A follow up to “The Day We Found Earth,” scavenge the snowy post apocalyptic world with the newly awakened protagonists as they devise ways to escape their tragic fate. With an emotional new tale and an equally magnetic soundtrack, it receives a PlayScore of 6. Star Billions: A Sci-Fi Adventure With humanity in the brink of extinction, it’s up to the brave animal crew of SS Little Brother to save them. Steer the narrative your way using the power of choice and watch how the events unfold through every exciting chapter.
A suspenseful final chapter for the furry (and slimy) bunch, it has a PlayScore of 5. Valiant Hearts: The Great War Veering away from the usual action of wargames, Ubisoft shines a spotlight on the seemingly ordinary lives of four different people. Witness the battle from their varying perspectives, and see how their stories intertwine into a heartwarming tale of love and friendship. It has a PlayScore of 4. Playdead’s INSIDE Crossing over from their PC origins, PlayDead’s award-winning indie platformer struts its dystopian on the iOS. Step in the shoes of a young boy as he attempts escape from the Orwellian hold of their evil government.
Packed with thought provoking puzzles and with no shortage of style, it has a PlayScore of 3. DERE EVIL EXE One part platformer and another part pants-shitting thriller, Dere Evil Exe takes a page from the retro playbook while adding their own bits of creepy, meta narrative. Play as the silent hero Knightly, and jump, run, and manipulate your way through the game’s deceptively vibrant landscapes. It has a PlayScore of 2. Starlit Adventures Fall in love with another Kiki and travel along with Bo as they journey hand in hand through a gauntlet of brain-teasing puzzles. Wrapped in rich visuals and filled to the brim with enjoyable content spread over 8 unique worlds, the duo’s colorcoded adventures is a stellar piece of work. It has a PlayScore of 1. And the best FREE iOS adventure game is Stranger Things: The Game One of the best netflix series of recent times, it’s no surprise that the people behind Stranger things knows a thing or two about marketing.
Tying in with the series’ second season, hang out with the Hawkins gang and go on a curiosity voyage around their fittingly SNES-like environments. Short but impressively deep and polished, it receives a PlayScore of 8.82.
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