Top 10 Best iOS Games of 2016 | iPhone & iPad Mobile Games Of 2016
Opening our list of Top 10 iOS Games of 2016 is Neon Chrome Hotline Miami meets Ghost In The Shell. Neon Chrome is a dazzling, infinite top-down shooter with too much neon lights! In this sci-fi adventure, take control of your character as he blasts his way through hordes of cybernetic creatures to defeat the Overseer. The rampage doesn’t end there. You get to customize your own brand of hero with varying weapons and abilities. Do you want to be a cyborg assassin? A cyber psycho? Then choose the right skills and marvel in its brutal roguelike action. According to the game, every death is a new beginning. How amazing would that be? It has a PlayScore of 9th in the ranking is Good Knight Story For a title with two possible meanings, you’d be even more amazed at the length of its scope. Take the role of a brave Knight as he… well, wakes up from a terrible hangover, in a dungeon, with no recollection of how he got there.
In the game, you venture into unknown lands and face deadly creatures only to remember WHAT REALLY HAPPENED during that fateful night. The joy of this game is its Match-Three combat system similar to Candy Crush. However, the twist is that whenever you match tiles together, you attack. It has an RPG feeling to it, making you feel like you’re really battling monsters with each grouped tiles. Find the enemies weakness and survive over hundreds of fun levels. It has a PlayScore of Ranked 8th is Jurassic GO – Dinosaur Snap Adventures No, this isn’t Jurassic Park GO. And no, this isn’t similar to Pokemon Go. Jurassic GO is a lighthearted adventure to quell your Prehistoric curiosities. It makes use of the iPhone’s hardware to provide a fun and fantastic journey. Your quest? To photograph the most adorable, wildest and rarest dinosaurs of all time! Explore the beautiful landscapes, discover rare species and build your very own museum. You receive rewards based on how good your photo’s angle is.
Gain experience and upgrade your camera with better lenses and more customizations. Of course, the game is kid-friendly! So how about you tell your little brother or cousins to play this? It has a PlayScore of Number 7 in the list is Mini Metro In a world filled with Public Utility Transportation, it’s difficult to keep track of everything going on. Rush hours prove to be a living hell. Thankfully, the two-man developers of Dinosaur Polo Club managed to solve this problem… well, not in real life though. The challenge is to develop a fast, thriving railroad system across the city. Create the biggest and the most adaptive design you can make and watch the world connect themselves in a visually pleasing way.
Mini Metro’s charms come from its intuitive controls, minimalistic design and the simplicity of its mechanics. It’s an easy break from all the pressures of real life. Take a time off and enjoy the living transit system you built. An awesome subway simulator with a PlayScore of Ranked 6th is SteamWorld Heist The game was originally released last 2015 on the Nintendo 3DS. It’s release on the iOS is a testament to how exhilarating a space adventure it is. This sequel to SteamWorld Dig lets you lay as a captain of a steam-driven pirate crew! Gather a ragtag group of robots on a voyage to the far reaches of space.
The more recruits you gather, the better your group abilities are. So never forget to expand your crew and upgrade their abilities in this grand space adventure. SteamWorld Heist relies on its solid turn-based shooting mechanics with a dose of sidescrolling gameplay. It forces you to visualize the area, plan your attacks and make each turn count! Gain loots, collect rare items and defeat enemy robots along the way. It has a PlayScore of Number 5 in this ranking of the best iOS games of 2016 is Bullet Hell Monday Bullet.
Hell. Monday. Three words that you don’t normally associate together. In real life, it’s a nightmare; in a mobile game, it’s more than just nightmare. The title says it all! With more than 50 unforgiving stages to beat! The game’s difficulty is abnormally high. So much so that it’s bound to test your mobile reflexes and finger muscle strengths! Pilot a small spaceship across increasingly difficult levels. Clear missions, upgrade your ship and be the top pilot in the whole world! If you think Undertale’s boss fights were hard, then you better try this game. It’s one of the finest bullet hell games on the App Store with a PlayScore of Fourth in the ranking is Dan The Man The developers of Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride give you an adventure worthy of your time.
This side-scrolling platformer takes homage from classic beat ‘em up games. Run, jump, punch and kick your way through various action-packed stages. Travel with your girlfriend as you save the world from an emerging evil organization. You don’t have to immerse yourself in its story, just sink into its fluid combat. Aside from the game’s side-scrolling adventure, players can also unlock new skins for playing in Survival Mode and Battle Mode. Fight waves and waves of enemies and test your mettle. Can you make it until the end? Dan the Man has a PlayScore of Third in the list is Space Marshals 2 It’s rare to find a Western-themed mobile game that’s more than just shooting.
Even rarer is when it’s mixed with science fiction. Space Marshals 2 is a tactical top-down shooter that lets players equip its space cowboys with a variety of stealth and shooting. The clever balance between these two elements makes the game challenging. You don’t always get to take all enemies in an all out war, instead, use your stealth abilities to take them down. The game is also presented with gorgeous 3D textures. It has achievements, MFi controller support and your progress is saved to iCloud. With over 20 missions and glorious HD visuals, it’s either flank or be flanked. Watch out for that high noon! It has a PlayScore of Number 2 is Severed For a game that really uses the tactile feature of smartphones, Drinkbox Studios made an exemplary job with Severed. Originally a console game, it was later ported to the iOS. In this game, your only best friend is your finger. That sounded wrong but just take it literally. As the title implies, you take control of Sasha, a one-armed warrior on a quest to find her family. The story is set in a world of nightmares and the monsters that lurks in the depths of our darkest dreams are so present.
Use your fingers to slice enemies to pieces or dodge attacks. It’s intuitive touch controls paired with vibrant art style makes the game so much fun and exciting. The difficulty progression will keep you on your toe… Upgrades in skills and armours makes everything a little bit easier. Severed has a PlayScore of 9.41. Here are the Runners-Up before we reveal the number one: Teeny Titans – A Teen Titans Go! Figure Battling Game. It’s 3-vs-3 rumble. Build your own team of teeny fighters and take on the world! Super Cat Tales. It has that perfect ‘fun game’ recipe! Mysterious island. Check! Platformer-slash-exploration. Check! And cute cats! Check! Check! and Check! Super Stickman Golf 3. As the third game of the series, it has more of everything. More levels, power ups, game modes, collectible cards and a lot more! Rule with an Iron Fish. It’s not just “Yarrr”. Is to be the best fisher among all pirate captains! Expand your crew the catch the rarest creatures that ever swam! The Bug Butcher. This is one fierce shooter. Zap alien bugs and decontaminate the infested facility in Planet Zoit! Use every weapon in your arsenals from bullets to lasers! Warbits.
Command your units and your enemies’ progress. This mobile war simulator may look simple but there’s a solid strategy game underneath the colorful visuals. Egg, Inc. Why did the chicken cross the road? To hatch eggs, of course! Ha! Build your own chicken farm in this crazy management game. Crypt of the NecroDancer Pocket Edition. The mobile port is just as amazing as the original PC game. Deliver the grand beatdown to the tune of your own music library. Tennis Champs Returns. A re-release of a classic Amiga game 20 years after its original release. Rise the ranks of the top tennis players in the world! Imbroglio. A labyrinth of gems and monsters, and your goal is to survive each and every one of them. Pick a hero and jump in! And the whatoplay award for the best iOS game of 2016 goes to…. Crashlands! There’s no denying it, for every iOS rankings we published lately, Crashlands has consistently made it to the top. Is it worth it? Of course it is. This is a mobile game! Play as Flux Dabes, a space trucker who gets space-shipwrecked in a mysterious and hostile planet.
It’s gameplay is grounded by four major pillars: Craft, Build, Explore and Fight. Craft the most powerful items to dominate the planet; build a sustainable home for you to survive to planet’s nasty environment; explore procedurally-generated dungeons populated with monsters; and fight for your survival! It doesn’t end there, the constant stream of updates makes it more fun to play with. Not to mention this game has a Cross-Save feature! Crashlands has a PlayScore of and it’s one of Whatoplay’s best iOS Games of 2016.
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