Top 10 Best iOS Games of 2017 So Far

Top 10 Best iOS Games of 2017 So Far

10. Opening our list of the Top 10 iOS Games during
the first and second quarter of 2017 is Transformers: Forged to Fight With the release of their latest Transformers
movie, Hasbro Entertainment dishes out their big robotic guns to the iOS. Follow the Autobots, Decepticons, Predacons
and Maximals in an interplanetary battle that holds the future of Cybertron. Similar to Warner Brothers’ Injustice 2
and Arkham Origins, it’s a fighting game where players use their fingers to swipe,
tap and flick the screen to defeat their opponent. Unleash your powerful special attacks and
roll out to deal devastating damage. Choose from a wide variety of iconic Transformers
such as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Starscream, Megatron and more in a fight for the future. This is the biggest Transformers mobile game
that caters all the characters from their universe. Team up with your friends and forge alliances
to eliminate threats. Players can also deploy their robots to gather
some sweet loot for future uses. Critics lauded this game for being a moderately
good fighting game, however, the lack of characters from the movie makes it incomplete. If you’re in it for the fun, then this game
is always a good try. Plus, it’s free. It has a PlayScore of 8.63 9. Monument Valley 2 Garnering critical and market success with
their debut in 2014, ustwo’s Monument Valley has had millions of fans fawning over their
cute visuals, well-thought levels, impeccable design. While it’s been three years, the surprise
unveiling of their newest sequel just shows how much love there still is for the game–and
they’re gonna get a whole lot more, now that there’s a touching new story to unravel. Play as Ro, as she guides her daughter through
the the various mazes of their mysterious valley. Feast your eyes anew as you explore a whole
new world of vibrant landscapes and mesmerizing architecture. The game oozes with style, emanating an atmosphere
of brilliance that’s completed with a collection of inviting and immersive music. This tale of family and motherhood is exactly
what it needed, giving players the necessary drive to push through what used to be a fresh,
but somehow lacking journey. A masterpiece lives on, and it has a PlayScore
of 8.65. 8. MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL Pong makes its way to the modern generations
as a stylish, frenetic underwater adventure. From the creators of two distinctly successful
games, comes a title no one ever expected–literally. Despite the protests of their marketing team,
the game is named after a constellation in a language nobody understands. It really doesn’t take itself too seriously,
and yet it manages to deliver in all fronts. This game is fun as balls! And these balls, especially, are very fun. Just take joyful splash into their wonderful
aquatic world, and use both of your hands to ricochet said balls against turtles, clams,
fossils, and so much more. With their array of paddles to unlock, unleash
your potential with bonuses and new offensive abilities. As a premium game, it promises to have zero
ads after purchase which is always a plus. While it’s been criticized for the lack of
autosave function, it’s a perfectly good game for your lazing needs. It has a PlayScore of 8.67. 7. KAMI 2 Get caught in a struggle for perfection in
this sequel to the serene yet challenging puzzler from State of Play Games. Its design is based on japanese paper designs,
taking inspiration from the graceful paper-folding of the art of Origami. Minimalistic as it is, it packs a ton of content,
with over 100 hand-crafted puzzles and a whole lot more from player contributions. Like most minimalist games, the goal is simple. Fill the board with a singular color in the
fewest moves possible. Here’s the rub, just like the Japanese art
form it was based on, it won’t take anything other than perfection. But with a helpful hint system, nothing is
impossible. Unlock more puzzles by completing each page,
explore creations made by other users, and make your own with their built in editor. All of that for the price of absolutely nothing. It’s smooth, challenging, but not without
its flaws, with a few hints to a pay to win system and a slightly repetitive gameplay. It has a PlayScore of 8.73. 6. Hidden Folks Now this one is different. Created by two hardworking dudes, use the
power of sight and solve innumerables puzzles in this adorable hidden object game. Plastered with a simple white backdrop, find
hidden folks lurking around each location. It’s vivid details and mouth-originated
sound effects make it so interesting, and fun. If you’re into for the details, the game
has over 17 hand-drawn maps, 150 targets to find, 250 unique interactions, and over a
thousand vocally-produced sound effects. Hear every pop, twang, zoop and other ridiculous
sounds in every click. Aside from that, players are safe with their
progress with the presence of iCloud. So sync it anywhere at anytime. The game was widely praised due to its interesting
level designs and odd take on the hidden object genre. It’s so interesting you feel like you’re
part of their white, picturesque world. Just recently, they updated the game with
more content for the fans. It has a PlayScore of 8.77 5. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Yu Gi Oh fans unite because this year has
brought in the most awaited return of the beloved manga and anime. Digitized and ported to the mobile world,
it’s finally time to D-D-D-Duel! Play as and against your favorite characters
from the hit anime, from Yugi, Kaiba, Joey Mai and more–and use their trademark legendaries
to level the playing field. With their original voice actors, this game
takes you right back to where it all began. With an optimized multiplayer, it’s the perfect
channel for your latent duelling skills. But you can’t win tournaments with just any
cards. Use their generous starter rewards, and take
your chances amongst a collection of cool decks. Purchase a few packs, build yourself the ultimate
deck, and fight against iconic characters, your very own friends, and strangers from
all around the globe. It’s easy user interface, spectacular visuals,
and friendly gameplay, makes it an awesome game for both the trading card veterans, and
clueless first timers. Submit yourself to nostalgia, and begin your
journey to the top. It has a PlayScore of 8.85. 4. Trailer Park Boys: Greasy Money From the hit comedy TV show, join Bubbles,
Ricky and Julian on an adventure to manage the town of Sunnydale. As fun as the TV show may be, this idle-clicker
expects you to amass a buttload of liquor, hash and cash in a span of minutes. So plan ahead and use your rural infrastructures
to create a thriving community. Hire workers and upgrade your businesses to
earn that quick buck. Want to build casino? Or how about a strip club? Go for it as long as it keeps the game growing. Just don’t get busted or you get sent to
jail. For the lazy, you could hire more workers
to automate the clicking for you. Talk about efficiency. There isn’t much to do when you’re in
an idle clicker, but its boss-fights require maximum tapping powers for you take it down. Players are loving the simplicity of its upgrade
system, while others are giving it less stars due to its unintended crashes. Nevertheless, it’s a fun game and a good
time-killer. It has a PlayScore of 8.90 3. OXENFREE A supernatural thriller game that doesn’t
rely too much on cheap jumpscares. Powered with its gorgeous artstyle, and 80’s
atmosphere, this 2.5D puzzle game takes you to the shoes of Alex. A young man attending an overnight party with
his friends in an abandoned island. Things go haywire when they encounter strange
anomalies in their late-night partying. The gameplay isn’t as complicated compared
to most horror games. Just scroll your way through various platforms
with your friends and unlock story details with the game’s unique “Radio System”. This enables the player to determine the source
of distortions and anomaly that haunt the island. Aside from that, players can make a choice
during narrative sequences. Opting players a chance to replay the game
again if they want a different outcome. The game’s atmospheric level designs, synth
music, and deep story makes it one of the finest horror games to come out this year. However, it was criticized for its lack of
exposition and satisfaction. Well, it’s not for everyone. It’s the Stranger Things of videogames. It has a PlayScore of 8.95 2. Guns Of Boom If you want some explosive first person shooter
on your mobile device, then Game Insight’s exhilarating entry would take you by surprise. Think of it as budget Overwatch. Team up with your friends as you go in an
all-out firefight with the enemy team. For a mobile game, it’s packed with finely
detailed environment and immersive 3D visuals. Not to mention it’s smooth and intuitive
controls make it worth your time. Don’t worry about aiming because once your
crosshair hits, it’ll automatically lock. Also one of the best things about this game
is that players can choose from its wide variety of weapons ranging from sniper rifles, grenade
launchers, pistols and more. Pick your ideal loadout and blow things up. Set out in fun PvP battles across the world
with online mode and test your mettle to dominate the leaderboards. Experience fps at its finest. It has a PlayScore of 8.97 Here are the runners-up before we reveal the
number one: 11. SWORD ART ONLINE: Memory Defrag. Join Kirita, Asuna, and Leafa as they embark
on a brand new journey into the digital cyberspace. Relive iconic moments, and take on new adventures! It has a PlayScore of 8.5. 12. Causality. Help an adorable bunch of time travelers find
their way to their color-coded destinations. Almost as hard as actual time travel, and
it has a PlayScore of 8.49. 13. Cube Escape: The Cave. The Rusty Lake Saga gets a whole new chapter. Venture to the dark caverns of the mountain,
and uncover the secrets of a mysterious family. It has a PlayScore of 8.47. 14. Card Thief. Master the art of stealth and sleight of hand
as you pickpocket guards and blow out torches in this satisfying card-based dungeon crawler. It has a PlayScore of 8.44. 15. Ticket to Earth. A unique take on puzzle RPG, go on an isometric
adventure with Rose, navigating through the battlefield in same-colored tiles, and killing
off monsters with her deadly combos. It has a PlayScore of 8.43. 16. The Big Journey. Roll around in Mr. Whisker’s dizzying world,
as goes on a quest for gastronomic delights. Bounce through deserts and valleys, along
with cutesy visuals and catchy tunes. It has a PlayScore of 8.39. 17. Art of Conquest (AoC). Command your very own medieval troop, and
go against towering dragons and fortified strongholds in this fantastical mobile RTS. It has a PlayScore of 8.37. 18. Battle Bay. Rovio’s newest IP since their critically acclaimed
band of frustrated fowls. Take to the seas in this mobile friendly MOBA,
with a PlayScore of 8.35. 19. Death Road to Canada. This is how Canada really is. Don’t be fooled by the news. This randomly generated road-trip simulator
puts you in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. The game doesn’t take itself seriously,
and you should too. It has a PlayScore of 8.34
20. Chroma Squad. No, it’s not a licensed Power Rangers game. But it’s a mouthful, combining the sentai
icons with the Game Dev Story’s management, and the tactical whims of XCOM. It has a PlayScore of 8.33. 1. And the best iOS game of 2017 so far is Flipping
Legends From one of the most popular studios for the
best mobile games on the market, Noodlecake makes a move towards 3D pixels in this action
game full of brawls, swordfights, and spell-filled duels. In something that resembles a cross between
pixel and polygons, flip around its limited playing field and survive a barrage of scary
spikes and deadly traps while collecting coins and killing off enemies along the way. Flipping Legends differentiates itself from
the many clones of the tired endless runner genre. It veers away from the traditional sidescrolling
format, and opts for vertical navigation, that’s reminiscent of most music games. While sound plays no part in the gameplay,
it still requires a fair amount of rhythm. Choose from Ninja, Warlock, Ranger, and more,
and steer your character diagonally and backwards through the map. It’s unique innovative, and so, so addicting. Beat your own highscores in this one of a
kind, free-to-play action game. No wonder it’s the year’s highest rated iOS
game, with an impressive PlayScore of 9.31.


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  4. As we wind up 2017, we thought it would be a good idea to round up some of the best iOS apps that got a great deal of attention this year. Plenty of new iOS apps were released in 2017 but not all of them could attain the great laurels and glory they aspired for. But, some of them did make a mark and fared really well. In this article we take a look at some of the most favorite iOS apps so far. Not all these apps were necessarily released last year. Some of them are pretty old. But, they were downloaded so many times that we couldn’t have missed them.

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  8. What kind of fucking normie made this list? the only good game on this list is the yugioh one. And even then that one is decent at best

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