Another week, a million new games to roam the App Store, Netflix, and Apple Arcade. If only someone at iMore could downgrade all of these new game releases to three new titles worth looking into.
Yes, we checked the lists of new releases and pulled out the three lists Best iPhone Games And the The best iPad games week here. So without further ado – here’s what you’ll be playing this weekend – a mix of casual puzzles, retro shooters, and RPG fun.
Subway Surfers Match
After a decade around the top of the App Store charts, Subway Surfers claims to be the most downloaded game of all time – even above the likes of Candy Crush Saga and Pokémon Go.
So naturally, there are more than enough players who will be curious to play this casual game: a match-3 puzzle game with a fast-paced feel and bold primary colors on every screen.
Gently complete challenging puzzles to gradually build a neat little mural on the honorary subway side, then move on to the next board. It’s simple stuff, and it’s just the ticket if you’re looking for something really simple.
This is new Netflix game It is a throwback to antiquity when the likes of Xevious and 1942 pioneered top-down shooting. Skies of Chaos improves and reworks the winning formula for touchscreens, and it’s great.
The gameplay is not quite as chaotic as the title suggests, at first. As you move your finger around the screen to move and shoot, you’ll easily be able to get through the first five minutes or so before things get more difficult and challenging.
The shooter elements are straightforward, with power-ups thrown into the mix to change things up. But the show is what really pops up. The gameplay is presented in big, bold and colorful pixels and between the stages there are breaks that feel like they were pulled straight out of a kids’ cartoon on Saturday mornings.
Gunnar, a bunny with an eye patch, turns away nibbling on a carrot as if it were a cigar, and the mechanic Amelia hilariously upgrades your craft while using an oversized comic key. The music and sound effects are also great.
Battle Heart Legacy +
new Apple Arcade Is this the remastered version of an old classic from 2014; The people who commission and organize Arcade content obviously have long memories.
Battleheart Legacy+ feels like an action RPG from the PSOne era on your iPhone with easy-to-understand and intuitive touch controls. So it’s not a technical show, but you can see that it was made with love by indie creators Noah and Kelly Borderner. It has a warm, homemade feel that can’t help but charm you.
It’s a role-playing game without the boring turn-based battles, in short. You walk around unleashing a growing roster of special moves on cooldown timers to tease goblins and other fantasy staples as you navigate a fun storyline with heavy characters. More opportunity for those looking for a deeper game to dive into.
New games to play on iOS
So you folks have a whistle-stop tour through this week’s top three new releases. Still stuck for something to play with? If you have an active Netflix or Apple Arcade subscription, why not browse the list The best Netflix games And the The best Apple Arcade gamesOr check out the latest titles from the gaming world on our website iOS Games News Section.
We’ll be back next week bringing you the latest and greatest iPhone and iPad games hitting the App Store, Netflix, and Apple Arcade. If we could drag ourselves away from round after round Marvel SnapThis is it.
– Neil Alexander Long
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