Top 10 Best iPhone and iPad Games of 2014
Whatoplay presents the Top 10 iPhone & iPad Games of 2014. This video game ranking is based on a 1 to 10 scoring system called playscore. It aggregates, averages, and combines all the ratings given by trusted critics and gamers. 10th on the list is The Journey Down: Chapter Two. Bwana, Kito and Lina’s expedition to find the mysterious island continues in this amazing point-and-click adventure..and it’s as exciting as ever. You’ll be treated to: An interesting bunch of characters, all voiced perfectly! More clever puzzles to solve! And a neat soundtrack that will keep you playing. It receives a playscore of 9.4.
Number 9 is Bug Heroes 2. Take control of two fighter bugs and defeat hordes upon hordes of other insects! The lack of storyline is a bit of a let down. However, it’s still one fun action strategy game… Tons of unlockable heroes, weapons and upgrades. Cool 3D graphics with responsive controls! And my favorite… 2-versus-2 multiplayer battles! Bug Heroes 2 has a playscore of 9.4. In the 8th place is Kingdom Rush Origins HD.
This is the third game of the popular tower defense series. It introduces new contents that is sure to delight fans: New heroes and tower upgrades including elven troops and towers! Dozens of new enemy types to crush! And many more! It’s the best the series has to offer. Kingdom Rush earns a playscore of 9.4. Ranked number 7 is Bitcoin Billionaire. How much virtual fortune can you amass? Tap, tap and tap your screen some more to earn as much money as you can. It’s a silly game – in a good way! Simple, addictive and so much fun to play. And…oh.. collect enough money and you can buy yourself a robot butler! Bitcoin Billionaire receives a playscore of 9.4. In number 6 is 99 Bricks Wizard Academy. This is a tetris game with a twist! Build the highest tower in the world using your magical powers and some tetris bricks! It may look like it…but It’s not just stacking blocks blindly.
You have to ward off jealous wizards, gravity and bad luck! It’s funny, exciting and free to play! A playscore of 9.4. 5th on the ranking is Thomas Was Alone. Guide a bizarre group of rectangles as they journey across various levels. Each block has its own unique skill that you can use. It may be short but it’s totally worth it!This is a puzzle platformer with character. has A cast of interesting and lovable blocks Paired with superb music and voice over.
A playscore of 9.4. In the fourth place is Dodo Master. Dodo was imprisoned and her eggs were stolen. Help her escape…across creepy caves, fighting spider and rats, dodging traps…and recover her stolen eggs. Although it can be very hard, at times, this is still an excellent platformer with: Exquisite graphics and lighting And you can collect hats, which I found surprisingly rewarding! It receives a playscore of 9.5. Ranked number 3 is LYNE. This game stays true to its tagline, “Deceptively simple. Infinitely complex.” Your goal is to connect similar shapes on each grid.
It’s a game that you play when you’re bored or tired of other mobile games. Its clean, uncluttered layout makes playing it relaxing – even with the occasional difficulty spikes. LYNE holds a playscore of 9.5. In the second place is 80 Days. Can you go around the world in 80 days? Embark on your own unique journey, traveling between 150 cities! It’s a one of a kind mobile game… Stunning art design, A well-written story with branching narratives And I love the multiplayer mode that makes racing with online players fun! It earns a playscore of 9.5. The best of 2014 is Crossy Road – Endless Arcade Hopper. How far can the chicken go? Cross busy roads, rivers and avoid getting caught by that hungry eagle! This is a super fun game…
Controls are simple The visuals really cute…blocky and colorful! You will, definitely, play this over and over again. It’s that addicting! A playscore of 9.6. To recap, here are the 10 best iPhone & iPad games of 2014. Whatoplay. Bringing a better scoring standard for video games.
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