Ten new and outstanding games apps to play on your iPhone

Ten new and outstanding games apps to play on your iPhone in 2018

If  you love games and owe an iPhone then the good news is that there are hundreds of new games apps that are coming this year which run smooth in iPhone 6, 6 plus and above devices, even some will work on older devices as well. With so many of games apps available at Apple store one might often get confused which one to buy or download for free. Many of the games today have ads running in between your games that show these new apps and tell a bit of the game and it makes easy for you to know about the game before downloading. Though for many such game ads are trouble some and waste their time if you are in between an interesting game and about to win. But to know which game is best depends largely upon your personality and preference. For some puzzle games are best, some like adventure games, slot games, and some may like creative games. So its your choice ultimately. Here find ten new outstanding games apps to play on your iPhone in the start of 2018. As more games will be released stay tuned here for further updates.

1. Evil Apples

Free App

Evil Apples games app

A mobile party game that owes a lot to the infamous Cards Against Humanity. With 4,000+ Answer Cards and 800+ Question Cards, it’s a neat icebreaker game that challenges players to fill in the blanks with the funniest, weirdest or just downright outrageous statements that they can. Every round, one player becomes the judge, reads the question card, and every other player chooses one of their answer card. Then, hilarity ensues. The judge then awards a point, and the first player to 7 wins the game. The base game is free, with additional card packs available as in-app purchases and requires iOS 8.0 and over compatible iPhone device.

2. Who Lurks

Free App

Who Lurks App

Who Lurks is a free games app to download from iTunes store featuring a local party game involving deception. All you need is to assume the role of crew members on the AE Hybrid spaceship and play as a human protecting the crew, or stay undercover as an alien saboteur set on eradicating all human life. Each player takes turns performing tasks to conceal or reveal the alien lifeform. You can practice your poker face with  local multiplayer with 3-6 of your best friends. You will encounter challenges and you must overcome through a series of mini-games, while the alien does his best to try to sabotage each challenge without revealing his or her identity. If you lose too many challenges, the mission fails and the alien wins, but if the humans can identify and eliminate the infiltrator, or complete enough missions successfully, then they win the game.

The game app has in app purchases to unlock full game and requires iOS 8.0 or later compatible device.

3. Just Dance Now

Free App

Just Dance Now App

Just Dance Now is a free app for iOS device where you can enjoy Just Dance’s  with greatest choreographies without a video game console! You simply need your smartphone as a controller and an internet-connected screen  be  it your computer, iPad, Apple TV. Dance to your favorite hits among more than 300 available songs including 42 songs from the latest installment available only on video game consoles, including “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson, “Jailhouse Rock” by Elvis Presley and for some unfathomable reason Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Johannes Brahms. While the game is free to download, you’ll need to pay for most songs. However, you can buy a temporary pass for as little as $1 per hour great for a single night of entertainment. You can also cast it to a big screen via Apple AirPlay.

With VIP subscriptions as in app purchases you require iOS 9.0 compatible device.

4. King of Opera

Free App

King of Opera App

King of Opera by Tuokio is hilarious game that costs $2.99 at app store. In this raucous fighting game, players take the role of competing tenors trying steal the limelight from other singers by body slamming them off the stage. The game features simple, one-button controls for each player at the corners of the screen, which propel your tenor forward into the other spinning singers. This app requires iOS 7.0 and up iPhone devices.

5. Ocmo

Costs $4.99

Ocmo App

Ocmo is a Ninja type of game where unfortunately  you’re tasked with killing ragdoll rabbits as you control Ocmo through different environments. As you advance throughout the game, the obstacles become more difficult as you try to navigate Ocmo towards the rabbits without killing Ocmo yourself. With 80 levels and over ten hours of gameplay, you’ll have plenty of time getting to know the little creature and how to successfully complete each level. You can then set new records and share speedrunning videos. Swing with tentacles through the levels using momentum to your advantage and become the monster of the forest. This app requires iOS 10.0 and above compatible iPhone devices.

6. Bounden

Costs $2.99

Bounden App

Bounden is a dancing game that takes advantage of your smartphone’s motion sensors to get you to move. What makes Bounden different is that it’s designed to be played with a partner. Each dancer takes hold of one end of a smartphone and then tilts the device in order to move an on-screen sphere through a path of rings. Players swing their arms around, twist their bodies, and before they know it, they’re both dancing. The app comes with seven dances designed by the Dutch National Ballet and classical music written with dance in mind and requires iOS 8.0 and later devices.

7. The Adpocalypse

Free App

The Adpocalypse

The Adpocalypse is a free app to download  where you merge famous ‘tubers to evolve new channels! With 40 favourite tubers you need to evolve and corral your army to maximise Drama. Also as you progress and sacrifice your army to the God Of Streaming you will increase your views. But you need to overcome the AdPocalypse and rebuild the world. This app has in app purchases to get more gems to play and requires iOS7.0 and above iPhone devices.

8. The Battle of Polytopia

Free App

Battle of Polytopia

If you want to rule the world then you need to play this strategic adventure to be the virtual leader in the battle of Polytopia. You need to fight evil AI tribes, discovering new lands and mastering new technologies. You will not be lost in your venture as there are auto generated maps which make each game a new experience, with unlimited replay value. Just pick and choose among different tribes and wander in the dark cold forests of Barduria, explore the steamy Kickoo jungles or claim the lush field of the Imperius empire. There are in app purchases to get more tribes and this app runs all smooth with iOS 6.0 and above smartphones.

9. Dragon Hills 2

Costs $2.99

Dragon Hills 2 game app

Zombies and Dragonsm Cowboys, armored mechs and spaceships this is what you will enjoy in this game. Again time to save humanity as you ride the machine dragon as you slide down the hills jumping into and out of the ground, crashing and destroying everything on your way in this action-packed adventure. This game app requires iOS 8.0 and up iPhone devices to run all smooth.

10. Frost

Costs $4.99

Frost game app

Frost is a visually stunning puzzle game filled with vibrant colors and powerful background music. Within each level, you’re presented with an orb of a specific color along with a swarm of other colors. Depending on what color the orb is, your job is to guide the same color within the swarm towards the orb. Draw paths to guide the flocking spirits to their home planets. Watch countless beautiful creatures emerge from light, bring balance to a world in constant motion, and unravel its mysteries. You can interact with swarms and flocks consisting of thousands of individual agents. To make this possible, the game utilizes the graphics technology Metal to the fullest and is therefore available only on the App Store and you need iOS 9.0 and above compatible iPhone devices.

Remember some of these games are free and few you need to purchase with USD. Also the price is subject to change as the cost mentioned here was what we found at the time of writing.