Top 10 New iOS Games from February 2015
Written by Sarah Hanlon
Yet another month is coming to a close, and it brought with it a slew of wonderful new iPhone and iPad games for you to enjoy.
From strategic puzzles to immersive action adventure and adrenaline-fueled racing, you’re definitely going to find a few games that intrigue you.
There are two unlockable game modes, as well as 10 types of glass panels to destroy. Sinking Feeling is a bit difficult at first, but new players will get the hang of it. Just don’t be afraid to retry a bunch of times!
Auro: A Monster-Bumping Adventure (Dinofarm Games – $2.99) – iOS gamers who are looking for a bit more out of a title will definitely enjoy Auro. This strategic game requires players to bump monsters in order to defeat them.
Auro features 31 tutorial levels, single-player mode, and competitive play mode, which allows players to build their rank over time.
It’s a hybrid mix of PVP and platformer, which makes it incredibly fun to play. KoT is loaded with content, including user-generated levels.
The game is loaded to the gills with action-packed content, and though the price is steep, you don’t have to worry about buying additional content via in-app purchase.
This gorgeous action adventure game features 80 levels to play through, an immersive environment, and the perfect musical soundtrack.
Can you help guide a lost little girl through the landscape by the light of the moon?
Daytona Rush (Invictus – Free) – Who doesn’t like driving a fast car? Daytona Rush puts players in the driver’s seat. Unlike complex racing games such as Need for Speed, Daytona Rush features simple controls.
Players can customize their car and complete missions to increase their level. Also, the game is completely free of in-app purchases and advertisements.
World Zombination (Proletariat Inc. – Free) – Unlike many zombie games where you’re the good guy, World Zombination lets you play on both sides of the fence. You can choose to fight with humanity or fight against it.
Regardless of which side you choose, this addicting MMO will immerse players in hours of content. It’s incredibly dynamic, too, so players are less likely to become bored.
The landscape is simply stunning, and players won’t have a problem with mastering the basic mechanics of the game.
The goal is to guide Alto through the landscape while performing tricks on your snowboard. It’s definitely a game that’s easy to learn but hard to master.
Featuring over 70 levels to play, the game gets increasingly difficult as you travel through 4 areas and progress through levels. We reviewed Shapes!! here on the site a few weeks ago, as well.
From futuristic roadways to gorgeous vehicles and racetracks, this is definitely a must-have game for iPhone and iPad.
While it’s a bit pricey, it’s a premium game that doesn’t include in-app purchases or ads.
Top 10 iOS Games from February 2015 Published by TheiPhoneAppReview.com