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The top 10 Best iOS Games You Should Be Playing Right Now

The top 10 Best iOS Games

So you’ve got yourself an iPhone or iPad, and you’re looking to play some awesome games on it. What are the best games to play? While there are tons of options out there (and more being released all the time), here are 10 iOS games that stand above the rest, in no particular order

1) 'PUBG Mobile':

This game is a great iOS game, where you can play against people from around the world and try to be the last person standing in either free-for-all or team games. The graphics are crisp and realistic, which makes it even more exciting. Plus, players can choose between different vehicles, including motorcycles and helicopters. Plus, there's a variety of options when it comes to movement that make gameplay more intuitive. With PUBG Mobile, you're sure to have fun!

2) 'Fortnite':

Fortnite is one of the most popular games right now, and for good reason. The game has a ton of replay value with limited in-app purchases and no ads. Plus, there's always something new happening to keep you coming back to play more. 'Clash Royale': Clash Royale is a great alternative if you're looking for another battle royale experience on mobile. 

 'Cards Against Humanity': Cards Against Humanity is a great choice if you're looking for some quick laughs. 

 'Tetris 99': Tetris 99 also offers up a slightly different take on the classic puzzle game, this time it's 99 other players who can jump in at any time!

3) 'Asphalt 9: Legends':

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4) 'Hearthstone':

Hearthstone is a free-to-play, turn-based card game that has you battling other players or AI in competitive or cooperative games. With over 400 cards and loads of strategies to try out, the game can seem daunting at first. But Hearthstone is easy to learn and difficult to master. It's also one of the most addictive games on the market today.

5) 'The Room: Old Sins':

This is one of the best hidden object games I have played in a long time, and it should not be missed by any puzzle lover. The story is short but very intriguing and what makes this game so great is that you are constantly solving puzzles to progress through the game. It has been a while since a game has made me want to keep going until I beat it, and this game did just that!

If you are like me and you love puzzle games, then please give this one a try!

6) 'Reigns: Game of Thrones':

Based on the popular HBO show, Reigns: Game of Thrones takes players through a world fraught with danger and intrigue. The King struggles to balance his country’s needs with his own desire for power and a chance to get revenge on the person who killed his wife – an act of treachery that is soon to come before you, an inevitable consequence of your rule. 

Swipe left or right to make decisions around how you want your Kingdom to run. Keep in mind that every decision has its consequences! Will you keep doing what your advisors tell you, or will you take matters into your own hands? Can the coming winter and future seasons change the course of your reign? Is this just one game among many or will it be what shapes our histories? Play now on mobile devices.

7) 'Donut County':

Donut County is a deceptively adorable game about being a hole in the ground. In Donut County, you control a hole in the ground and use it to swallow up donuts, cars, buildings, people - anything that’s not nailed down. The goal of the game is to make your hole bigger by swallowing up more and more objects. Despite its cutesy exterior, this game can get pretty dark as you destroy entire towns with just one tap of your finger. 

 'Oddmar': Oddmar follows the adventures of an anthropomorphic fox who wants nothing more than to be a hero.

8) 'Slay the Spire':

In this game, you have to play a character that is trying to climb a tower. Along the way there are battles with monsters and encounters with other people. The game starts out simple enough, but as you progress you will discover that these battles become more and more complicated and difficult. One of the most interesting things about this game is that it has a deckbuilding system which means that as you progress in the game, your deck changes in order to suit your needs.

9) ' holedown':

This game is a mix of Tetris, Bejeweled, and Pachinko. Holedown has an addictive gameplay mechanic that will have you coming back for more. The goal of the game is to match three or more blocks of the same color in order to clear them off the board. You can also use powerups by matching four blocks of a specific color in one row or column. There are currently 50 different powerups in total, which offer new challenges with every level. 

A couple other features worth mentioning are the Daily Challenge and Endless mode. In the Daily Challenge, you play rounds of holedown until your time runs out. Your score determines what type of chest you get at the end of each round - this is also where gold coins are awarded at various milestones as well as gems which can be used to buy special chests from the shop.

10) 'Brawl Stars':

Brawl Stars is a mobile game that has been gaining popularity since its release in December 2017. The game is a multiplayer online battle royale with up to four players battling it out in a last man standing style game mode. Players have access to three different modes: Smash and Grab, Heist, and Showdown. Smash and Grab is your basic team deathmatch; the goal is for your team to collect ten crystals from the center of the map while defending against the opposing team.

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