The iPhone has all the advanced features that are present on smartphones and that are billed as the best. It has an accelerometer, a highly responsive capacitive touch screen capable of displaying high resolution images, and a screen size big enough for a handheld game console.
All of these features help the iPhone get some of the best games. The good news for us is that these games are largely free.
The premise of the game is simple: you just have to go through the mazes and get to the exit before you run out of energy. It is pretty simple yet very challenging. You also get great graphics and even greater sound effects with this game.
And if you think that you will run out of mazes to conquer with your finger, think again. Because you are getting 1,000 unique mazes on a free app.
Remember whack a mole? If you love that game, you can certainly recreate the fun with this app. The premise is simple, you get 16 bombs and you have to tap on the red ones to keep it from exploding.
Trace is a casual platform game that literally allows you to draw your own path to winning. You need to navigate through different obstacles and go through the exit.
People usually avoid ad games, or those that are commissioned by companies. Ad games are largely lame. But You Cruise, an ad game for Mazda’s MX5, is an exception.
You actually feel like you are playing Sega Rally with this game. It has eight courses and great controls.
Remember, for this series, we are only profiling the best free games for the iPhone. This means that you get all these wonderful games for hours and hours of fun without having to pay a single cent!
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