1. Temple run 2
Temple Run 2 features the same controls and plot as its predecessor, however introduces new obstacles, including ziplines, mine tracks, sharper turns, waterfalls, and flames of fire. The game is set in a new location which seems to be based off of eastern temples, and sees the main character moving at a faster pace. There are four characters for the player to select from.
The game also features new power-ups. Players now have the ability save the protagonist from death with the help of a green gem that appears as soon as the player hits an obstacle. The three monkeys that chased the character in the original game have been eliminated, with a singular enlarged monkey called Cuchanck now becoming the antagonist of the game.
2. Injustice: Gods Among us
Gods Among Us is an impressive iOS fighter despite its simplicity. In fact, that simplicity is part of the reason it works so well. Rather than force a bunch of complex control systems into a platform that honestly couldn’t handle it, they went with a much simpler and more accessible method that plays to the device’s strengths. That alone would have probably been enough to make it worth playing for the sake of curiosity but the added layers of character levels, special abilities, individual talents, and card collecting really come together to form an unexpectedly solid hybrid.
Wondering in the city like Spiderman is your dream? Now it is no problem for any player in this game! Live that fantasy by taking advantage of the rope and swinging from one building to another, there are multiple chatacters and different ropes for you with more coins collected and upgrade props. Well, the difficulty and better distance increases as you go. iSwinging is a challenging yet addictive game featuring realistic physics design, the scene ever changing daytime, from day to night, and with outstanding graphics, all goes to a quite fun and addictive game.
4. Sonic Dash
Similar to how Sonic Jump played as a vertical platformer video game like Doodle Jump, Sonic Dash is played as an endless runner, similar to theTempleRunor Rayman Jungle Run video games. In the game, the player directs Sonic through levels, collecting rings and avoiding obstacles and enemies, although unlike other games in the series, Sonic automatically is moving forward at all times. Players will be able to share and compete for accomplishments such as “fastest time” or “longest distance”.
The game features 3D graphics, set in an environment based on the “Seaside Hill” level originating from Sonic Heroes. Like its predecessor, rings can be collected throughout the levels or purchased, and accumulated rings can be used to purchase further content in the game, such as items, upgrades, or additional playable characters. The game also retains the objective system from Sonic Jump; players are granted a permanent score multiplier increase for every set of three objectives completed.
5. Tom’s Travels
Tom’s Travels is a strategy game challenges you to help tortoise Tom to get his sweetheart Miss Bunny back from the big bad wolf by beating various dangers like smart traps, leaking pipes, and giant flesh-eating crabs, and collecting the map parts in the jungle. Please pay your full attention to those the least noticeable, because a piece of that map might hide behind the bush! The game features various scenes: smart traps, leaking pipes, and giant flesh-eating crabs, Tom has no other choice but to valiantly step on his journey of collecting the map parts in the jungle, he needs your help! There are 40 challenging levels and 40 map pieces in all waiting you!