6 best Single-player Games to Play on iPhone

With the increasing list of cross-platform-enabled titles, we are in the golden age of multiplayer gaming. But single-player adventures are at the core of what makes gaming great. Whether you’re looking to dive into a new world all alone or just need something to hold you over until your friends are back online, here is the list of 6 best single-player games to play on iPhone.

1. Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4, Xbox One, Stadia, PC)

Red Dead Redemption 2

This game is one of the best solitary games. You casually explore the massive open-world environment to hunt for animal pelts and fish, or go full-scoundrel and create chaos shooting up local saloons. This world will pull you into the Old West one way or another.

This game is one of the best open-world experiences on the market, so it’s worth diving into even if the 1899 cops-and-robbers setting isn’t your taste.


2. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC)

The Witcher 3:

This game will drop you into the boots of Geralt of Rivia, a gruff monster bounty hunter on a mission to track down your companions and prepare for a battle against the Wild Hunt. To make a bit of coin while exploring the world, Geralt can pick up bounties to take out world-ending creatures, hunting griffins, werewolves, ghouls, and other deadly enemies terrorizing the common-folk.

With plenty of weapons, a growing collection of abilities and magic, and a trusted steed named Roach, this game provide 100-plus hours of gameplay. Whether you’re entering into the Witcher universe or have played previous installments in the franchise, it’s a great fantasy adventure that will draw you in from the jump.


3. Doom Eternal (Switch, Ps4, Xbox One, Stadia, PC)

Doom Eternal

This game is dominated by demons, and only the Doom Slayer can save the planet from complete, hellish destruction. This game offers a smooth, fast-paced demon-blasting experience with a heavy arsenal at hand. You will eliminate evil with rocket launchers, plasma rifles, chainsaws, and advanced shotguns among other tools. It is a bigger, better version of the 2016 reboot, also from Id Software.

While this game offers the classic marathon carnage of past installments, it also features some interesting exposition and background that you can dive into between brutal. It features end-of-the-world gunfights, offering you a chance to learn more about the Slayer and the creatures out on destroying humanity.


4. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Switch, Wii U)

The Legend of Zelda

You will find all the classic elements of a Legend of Zelda game. It has challenging puzzles, rupee farming, and duels both small and massive — but Breath of the Wild introduces new elements. All these make it the best game in the series to date.

Hyrule’s iconic hero is back and Princess Zelda needs rescuing again in the latest installment of Nintendo’s long-running flagship. You will find all the classic elements of a Legend of Zelda game like challenging puzzles, rupee farming, and duels both small and massive.

This combat is more difficult than earlier games. Marvel’s Spider-Man gives players the chance to explore New York City. Fighting crime is just a part of this game. You will find challenges that pop up throughout the city to help hone Spidey’s specific set of skills, and simply explore Manhattan and take photos of the sights is a blast.


5. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS4, Xbox One, PC)

Star Wars Jedi:

This game doesn’t offer much in terms of a fresh take on the Star Wars universe. Fans of the ongoing laser-fueled combat between the light and dark side will be happy with this action-adventure journey. You play as Cal Kestis, a force-sensitive scrapper in hiding who takes his Jedi training once the Sith start hunting children. The game has elements from many previous Star Wars titles and works well.


6. The Outer Worlds (Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC)

The Outer Worlds

This game is a light-hearted, choose-your-own-path adventure. It is packed with oddball creatures to battle, futuristic quests that force you into moral quandaries, and, like any RPG, a ragtag group of misfit companions to choose from. Combat is a great element of the game, the story is plot-heavy, requiring you to scavenge supplies.

Your companions have their own stories that are fun to get into. The environment and creature design will leave you to gaze at the planetary landscapes. This is a perfect RPG for you if you want to get into some space adventures but doesn’t want to tackle Deathclaws or gun down waves of enemies, a la Borderlands. This game is very simple to play.



These are some of the most stunning, popular 6 best single-player games that you can play on your iPhone anytime anywhere and have fun.