When you’re browsing the App Store, it can be challenging to find the best iPhone games. 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 endless hopper, a strategy game, or just a good old trivia game — we’ve got you covered.
Here are our top 5 best iPhone games you should play this week:
Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions
Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is an arcade shooter developed by Lucid Games. Players control a small ship that can fire in any direction. Battle your way through waves of enemies and destroy a variety of shapes. Just make sure not to touch the shapes, otherwise you will lose a life. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions offers more than 40 adventure levels with a variety of 3D shapes, game modes, and epic boss battles.
Game of War — Fire Age
Game of War — Fire Age is a strategy game developed by Machine Zone, Inc. Get ready to join other Heroes from the world in the ultimate battle for domination in Game of War. Build your own empire, train vast armies, and lead into battles. Players can chat with millions of other players in real-time in over 30 different languages. See if you can build the most powerful Alliance in the Kingdom.
In Crossy Road, players have to hop their character through lanes of traffic, trains, across rushing rivers, and more. Along the way, players can collect game coins, which are used to win new characters through the game’s prize machine. Crossy Road’s list of characters includes frogs, rabbits, chickens, exploding robots, and a magic-wielding wizard. If you love Frogger, you’ll absolutely love this game.
Queen: Play the Game ($3)
Queen fans, rejoice! The band Queen released a new app, Queen: Play the Game, that allows fans to win prizes by playing quizzes and puzzles, all while exploring the band’s history. Queen: Play the Game is the classic rock band’s first official app, created by SoshiGames, and it’s now available on the App Store and Google Play. Players can test their knowledge of the band, solve puzzles, unlock artwork, and discover new music. Players get to choose the type of puzzle and win Queen merchandise in monthly competitions. This game is the ultimate game for Queen fans.
Heads Up! Heads Up!
If you’re a fan of Ellen Degeneres’ TV show, then you’ve probably seen her play Heads Up! Heads Up! Now, you can play in a group setting. Players will pick from a large selection of “decks,” which include categories like celebrities, movies, animals, accents, characters, and more. One player will place the smartphone on his or her forehead, while other players describe what the word is. If a player guesses the word, the player holding the smartphone will tip the smartphone forward, which will bring up the next word.
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