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Best iPhone Games of 2016 (So Far)
January 27, 2016 By Holly Clarkson
So far 2016 has given mobile gamers loads to look forward to. Now that you have the new iPhone with an A7 chip, you can play any game without the fear of lag. Recent releases look wonderful on the retina display and test the capacity of the iPhone’s high-quality specs. That being said, here’s a look at the best iPhone games released so far in 2016.
Rayman is a character of yesteryear, but he still has lots in the tank in terms of play-ability. This installment of Rayman takes him back to the heyday of 2-D side-scroller action. This game has a fined-tuned, rhythmic gameplay mechanics combined with vibrant visuals that make the world of Rayman come alive. This game is for you if you enjoy side-scrollers that keep track of high scores and pit you against yourself as well as other players.
Punch Club is a 2-D boxing management game in which you manage your boxer’s training, cash and fights. Your character wants to follow in his father’s footsteps who was a boxer taken down before his time. This game is illustrated with a classic pixel look that is reminiscent of games from the early ’90s. The Punch Club doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to shout-outs to the fans of classic sims like this.
Upgrade your character as you move along the boxing hierarchy and climb the table. This game doesn’t just give a good first impression, but it backs up your initial interest with in-depth gameplay. While other games may be more aesthetically pleasing, this game shouldn’t be overlooked.
You no longer need a physical deck of cards when you want to play this award-winning game. Although the game itself has been slimmed down for mobile players, it enables faster play between 2 and 5 people across multiple phones. This game started as a Kickstarter campaign and has gathered a large fan base that has followed the game to iOS.
This is an interplanetary adventure. Think Mario Galaxy but with a Little Red Riding Hood character who carries a giant ray gun. Even though you start out without your own spaceship, you quickly get the keys and can visit other planets. Each planet can then be explored on foot. These planets vary in type and feel expansive and like part of a larger universe. This game is rendered in polygon graphics, which is a playful choice for a interplanetary space explorer.
This is a free racer that paints the track where you drive, making it all about artistic expression. Each level is a town in different shades of gray. You choose your style of car and your paints. As you drive around, you spread life and color everywhere you go. However, the police are on your trail and want you locked up for what you’ve done. The more color you spread on each level, the more difficult it is to avoid the cops.