Knowing which games to pay for on your iPhone can be a big choice to make, especially given the fact that you don’t want to buy an app that you may end up not using. To help you avoid this problem, we have compiled a list of eight games which you can pay for on your iPhone that will give you best value for money.
Cut the Rope
This family friendly game costs 99 cents and it requires you solving an obstacle course in each level with simple physics. The game sees a piece of candy swinging from ropes that you cut by swiping your finger through them at the right moment.
Once you slice the rope, the candy drops. Timing is essential in this game as the goal is to get the candy to a monster that is waiting somewhere else on the level.
This game costs $1.99 and is a sports game you will love. With an endless expanse of brown, pixelated desert, there’s nothing but a ball and a hole.
Dragging on the screen putts the ball toward the hole, and the controls provide a surprising amount of influence over the direction the ball moves. No matter how under par you get, there’s always another hole till the game becomes literally impossible.
This platform game is done with pencils and graph paper. Bounce your way up each level at high speed. Doodle Jump was the top-selling smartphone game of all time until Angry Birds took the crown. It costs $2.99.
Hitman Go skillfully captures the essence of everyone’s favourite bald assassin, Agent 47, in a more mobile-friendly form. Costing you $4.99, You will be shocked how much this slick series of strategy board games makes moving figures on a flat surface and killing enemies on the move seem like fun.
Infinity Blade II
Coming at $6.99, Infinity Blade II is a swords-heavy combat game where you battle enemies and pick up gold that you find. It also comes with a decent story line, where you learn about your hardened character and why he is a swordsman as you play.
Minecraft – Pocket Edition
Coming at a pricey $6.99, fans of the hit game Minecraft—which is also available on Android, Windows, and Xbox 360—will have no problem shelling out money for this iPhone app.
The Gameplay blends creativity with strategy. It’s a 3D sandbox-building game in which you place blocks made of different kinds of materials to build anything you want, and surviving when monsters land on the scene.
The game has three modes: survival, hardcore, and creative. The survival and hardcore modes are more game-like than creative mode, which is all about giving the player complete freedom of invention. Because it is a creative game, its limitations can lead to amazing creative breakthroughs, and the updates keep the game fresh.
Plants vs. Zombies
Plant vs. Zombies came in second after Angry Birds, for the most beloved iPhone game. This game has action and requires you to defend a tower. Coming at a price of $2.99, it’s one game you surely want to have.