Here are Top 5 Games that I’ve been playing on my iPhone 4 these days. The games are available for Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and the iPad. If you know any other interesting games, post in the comments below.
1. Doodle Jump – BE WARNED: Insanely Addictive!
Doodle Jump is a casual game. The aim is to guide “The Doodler” up an never-ending series of platforms without falling. You must make use of the accelerometer to tilt the Doodler in the desired direction. You can get a short boost from various objects, such as propeller hats, jetpacks, rockets, springs or trampolines. There are also monsters and UFOs that the Doodler has to shoot or jump on to eliminate.
2. Unblock Me
Unblock Me is a simple and addictive puzzle game with high quality graphics. The goal of the game is to get the red block out of the board by sliding the other blocks out of the way. There are 7800 puzzles in the paid version while the free version comes with 3000 levels. I tired the free version and 3000 levels are pretty enough.
3. Angry Birds Rio
Angry Birds Rio is the 3rd installment of the very famous and popular game. In Angry Birds Rio, the original Angry Birds are kidnapped and taken to the magical city of Rio, where they eventually escape their captors and set out to to save their friends, Blu and Jewel – two rare macaws. The full version comes with 90 levels and the demo free version comes with 9 levels. There’s also an HD version available for the iPad for $2.99.
4. iStunt 2 – Snowboard
This game boasts Retina graphics and makes good use of iPhone’s accelerometer. There are 42 levels with pretty cool features in them. Your goal in this cool snowboarding game is to race downhill on the snow covered mountain on your snowboard, pull off daring stunts scoring as many points as possible while paying attention to the signs. Each level has 10 stars. Try to grab all of them to maximize your score. You can also perform stunts while in the air.
5. Stupidness 2 PRO
Stupidness 2 Pro has just one mode, and it consists of 80 different questions in the full version. The free version comes with 35 questions. With a timer ticking away, you are given a puzzle to solve in each question, often with a line of instruction along the top of the screen. The game is fun for all ages. You can try the free version first and if you like it (like I did), you can buy the full version for $0.99.