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50 awesome iPhone games you need to play

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Strategy games

Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville ($5)

Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville

With the aptly-titled Rebuild 3, you have to rebuild civilization after a zombie apocalypse. It’s a challenging premise and title, sure, but it’s also one brimming with dark humor.

Available on:

iTunes

Five Nights at Freddy’s 3 ($5)

FNF 3 Screen

FNAF 3 takes place 30 years after the events of its predecessor. Its the same kind of gameplay — requiring you to check cameras and shut doors — but the sole, decaying antagonist make it far more frightening.

Available on:

iTunes

Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 ($3)

Rollercoaster Tycoon 3

If you’re craving the in-depth management sims of yesteryear, try this port of Rollercoaster Tycoon 3. It’s still a classic in the genre.

Available on:

iTunes

Clash of Clans (Free)

Clash of Clans

Build up your settlement, plan your defenses, raise an army, and guide your tribe to victory against nasty goblins or other clan leaders. It’s a good combination of slow planning and quick, chaotic battles.

Available on:

iTunes

Hoplite ($2)

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The turn-based tactics of Hoplite are simple enough. You need to clear the 16th floor of a procedurally-generated tower, using a healthy combination of skills, upgrades, and patience against four types of foe.

Available on:

iTunes

SpaceTeam (Free)

SpaceTeam

SpaceTeam is a frantic party game designed for two to four people. Everyone is assigned a random control panel. Everyone yells technobabble at each other in unison. Your spaceship will explode.

Available on:

iTunes

The Creeps! (Free)

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Super Squawk Software’s hit title takes you back to a time when you were still afraid of the dark. Your purpose is to help save Timmy from the things that go bump in the night with toy blasters, glue battles, etc.

Available on:

iTunes

This article was updated on May 20, 2016, by Simon Hill to include Prune, Rebuild 3, and four other titles.

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