Every phone user ponders what games they can get on their phones for free to keep busy on a long commute. This is especially true for iPhone users that have endless numbers of paid apps are mostly at a loss as to what apps they can get and download for free.
Here are a number of free apps that all iPhone users should know and maybe even, have on their phones.
Candy Crush Saga
This free app seats on top of a long line of colour-match games available on the iPhone. Candy Crush Saga is the last spinoff, and the one currently adored by iPhone-owning casual game players everywhere.
If you haven’t played Bejeweled in a while, download Candy Crush Saga for free and whip your phone out whenever you have some minutes to kill.
Monument Valley is a lot more than just that weird mobile game you are accustomed to. It is a brain teasing puzzle game you won’t be able to get enough of. The game requires you to guide the tiny princess Ida as she attempts to ascend various abstract structures.
The game focuses on optical illusions and incredible architectural landscape that will have you staring at them.
N.O.V.A. 3 – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance
This free iPhone game with a complicated storyline requires you to essentially save humankind by returning to Earth after a long exile to fight enemies who have taken over. With multiplayer modes and more action, it is one intense game you can’t afford to leave.
Crossy Road was one of 2014’s breakout iOS hits. This free game requires you to help a poor animal avoid busy traffic, providing a great premise for an endless action game.
The game has interesting social features which encourage friendly competitions for high scores without altering the cherished single player experience.
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft
Starcraft turned real-time strategy into a televised sport. World of Warcraft created a massively multiplayer online world that’s arguably better than the real world. Now, the Warcraft spin-off Hearthstone is proving that a virtual trading-card game can do be that good on the iPhone too.
Even if you’ve never built a deck or played a single session, Hearthstone will still draw you in with its complex but approachable card battling system and not-horrible free-to-play features.