Top 10 New iOS Games from May 2015
Written by Sarah Hanlon
Oddwings for iOS
The month of May has come and gone, but it brought us plenty of awesome iPhone and iPad games. From challenging puzzles to immersive worlds to explore and difficult strategy games that will test your skills, this list of the Top 10 new iOS games from May features something for all iOS gamers.
Oddwings Escape (Small Giant Games – Free) – The first game on our list made a very impressive debut on the App Store. The goal of Oddwings Escape is to fly as far as you possibly can while collecting coins and keys. Coins are used to purchase character skill upgrades and keys help you achieve your goal of releasing the Oddwings from an evil doctor’s lab.
Oddwings Escape is incredibly addicting and even features fantastic graphics. The gameplay experience is very impressive, but you’ll want to make sure you’re playing on a relatively new iDevice for best results.
Mr. Muscle (Flow Studio a.s. – Free) – Immersive games are a great way to escape reality for a little bit and lose yourself in a totally different world. However, sometimes it’s fun to play a very simple game that tests reflexes and reaction skills.
Mr. Muscle requires you to use accurate timing while splitting weights to make sure the mighty wrestler doesn’t lose his balance. The longer you keep him upright, the higher your score will be. It’s a very simple game, but one that’s incredibly addicting and fun to play.
Til Morning’s Light for iOS
Til Morning’s Light (Amazon Game Studios – $6.99) – Featuring incredible graphics and a storyline that transports you to a different world, Til Morning’s Light is one of the most immersive games available for iPhone and iPad. Explore a haunted mansion and help Erica, the main character, escape to safety by dawn.
While the price of Til Morning’s Light might seem a little high, it is a universal game that costs less than a brand-new paperback book and offers a much more rewarding experience. Just make sure you have enough space on your iDevice before downloading, as the game requires almost 850MB of space.
Brickies (Noodlecake Studios Inc – Free) – Brick breaking games are always fun to play, but they tend to get boring after a while. Brickies adds plenty of exciting twists such as dual paddles, power ups, endless mode, and plenty of achievements to earn.
There are over 100 levels for players to complete, so you won’t blast through the game in a matter of hours. This game is a must-have breakout game for iPhone and iPad.
Crazy Kings (Wooga – Free) – If you’re a fan of turn-based strategy games, Crazy Kings is one that you absolutely have to check out. This awesome new game puts a twist on the classic tower defense genre by adding collectible cards to the mix.
You can even make friends in Crazy Kings and join forces against enemies who are trying to destroy your fortress. Players have an unprecedented amount of control over their army and fortress, and the game offers countless hours of addicting gameplay.
Puzzledrome for iOS
Puzzledrome (Asinine Games Inc – $1.99) – One of the most challenging things about creating a new game in the most popular category in the App Store is setting yourself apart from everyone else. Puzzledrome is a unique puzzle game that challenges players by requiring them to create palindromes (sequences that read the same forwards and backwards).
The game features over 100 challenging puzzles, as well as different game modes to play through. If you’re looking for a cool new puzzle game to play on iPhone or iPad, Puzzledrome is definitely worth checking out.
Kindo (Space Bears S.A.S. – $1.99) – Based on a medieval boardgame, Kindo is a fun and challenging strategy game for iPhone and iPad that requires players to take control of the board and capture their opponent’s king in order to win the game.
Kindo features a variety of playing options, from Game Center integration to local multiplayer and player vs. AI. Don’t let the game’s simplistic appearance fool you. It’s definitely one of the best strategy games available for iOS.
The Branch (Ketchapp – Free) – From the creators of incredibly challenging games like ZigZag and 2048 comes The Branch. This fun game requires you to tap the screen in order to rotate the virtual world and keep the main character, Mike, safe from harm.
As you play The Branch, you’ll be able to collect gems and unlock new characters. The only in-app purchase is to remove ads for $1.99. This is a great game for passing time without getting too involved in levels and gameplay.
Snack Truck Fever for iOS
Snack Truck Fever (SQUARE ENIX INC – Free) – Food trucks are awesome, and playing a food truck puzzle game where you’re striving for snack domination is nothing short of addicting. Snack Truck Fever features over 100 different levels to play through, plenty of fun characters to be, and tons of things to do.
Snack Truck Fever is unlike any other puzzle game you’ve played. It’s a breeze to figure out and very fun to play on iPhone and iPad. New levels are added regularly, as well.
Fruit Ninja Academy: Math Master (Halfbrick Studios – $4.99) – The creators of Fruit Ninja recently debuted an awesome educational app for iPhone and iPad. This app, created for children ages 5 to 7, aims to help kids build important math skills while having fun. There are fun characters to interact with, as well.
Parents can rest easy knowing that Fruit Ninja Academy: Math Master is completely child safe and doesn’t include advertising, data collection, in-app purchases, or external links.
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