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Best iOS Games (2019)

Today, we give you the list of the best iOS games of 2019. These games will have you addicted and spending long hours staring at your phone. Each game was played by us and tested for its fun gameplay and

What are the best free iOS games?

Are you tired of looking through the app store and not finding much to play that is free? We got your back! In the list, we have some of the best free iOS games to date, which includes RPG, multiplayer, strategy and FPG games. We’ve listed from each category in the App Store, depending on your mood. I’m pretty bi-polar, so I bounce around between strategy and action-RPG.

We didn’t want to list games that had too many advertisements. Imagine walking into a grocery store and every time you turn around, there is someone popping up a food banner in your face every 10 seconds. Trust me, we understand it can get annoying. Also, none of the games we listed paid us to be listed.

Best games for iOS when you’re bored?

If you are bored and looking for games to pass off time, this list is the ultimate time killer. Here’s a challenge: try to play each game. I doubt you will be left bored with endless hours of gameplay. In fact, try to beat or rank in each game. It will be impossible!

But don’t worry, most of us were in the same boring predicament. The App Store has millions of apps and most of us find it hard to choose which game to play.

Here’s a little secret: I’m constantly looking forward to playing games than actually playing games, it is a weird addiction.

But don’t worry, I’ve played (including our editors) each game here to give you the best iOS games. If you have a game you want listed, please comment below – don’t be shy.

Call of Duty: Mobile

Call of Duty: Mobile is surprisingly a fun, action-packed FPS that doesn’t fail to keep you entertained. As a typical COD game, play multiplayer maps and modes against hundreds of players online.

The modes include fast-paced 5v5 team deathmatch, class-based battle royale, and classic zombie action. You can also customize your loadout with dozens of characters, weapons, and scorestreaks. For a mobile game, you will get a ton of value comparable to a console and PC straight to your mobile device.

Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a cute, fun and intriguing RPG game. You’ve inherited your grandfather’s old farm in Stardew. With only a few coins and strangers wandering around, it is your goal to maintain the farm and explore the surrounding areas.

As you progress, learn how to cook, craft and customize a variety of professions. Become apart of the local community with over 30 unique characters, each having their own dialog and daily schedule.

Hearthstone is an award-winning card battler, with a variety of decks and cards. You play as a hero in a fast-paced, deck-strategy that is dead simple, that anyone can understand and play within minutes. Fully unleash your card’s power by summons spells and minions. There are also missions and packs to choose from. However, there is some pay-to-win elements.

Blizzard recently launched its auto-chess game mode, called Battlegrounds. Battlegrounds is a card battle royale of 8 players fighting to build the best deck to win the entire match. Similar to any other auto chess, the main objective is to synergize your cards with similar classes and manage your economy to reduce RNG.

PUBG – Mobile

PUBG Mobile is an action-packed, free-to-play multiplayer. Drop-in and survive in an epic clash of 100-player battles. Find gear and make your way intense battlegrounds and large terrain.

Play solo, duo or in 4-player squads. There is also zombie mode and team deathmatch. You can also choose between FPS (First Person Shooter) or TPS (Third Person Shooter), each requiring their own strategy. For example, TPS allows players to “third party” kills and check corners easily. While FPS makes it hard to check corners and requires you to play smarter.

About The Author

A former avid PC Gamer turned mobile-gaming behemoth. Follow me through my journey of playing the best mobile games the app store has to offer for both Android & iOS. I give my honest, no-bullshit review. I'll let you know if games are worth your time or simply a cash grab.

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