With hundreds of new apps making their debut, being updated, or dropping in price on the App Store everyday, it can be hard to keep up with the latest mobile indie games. We’ve sorted through them so you don’t have to. Here’s the latest in mobile indie games on iOS.
4NR – ($0.99)
“The path of life leads upward for the prudent, that he may turn away from Sheol beneath.” You were about to take the only path you knew, downwards into the depths. Then a stranger appeared, offering you a new way. Do you seek higher ground? Or do you go through with your original plans?
Bubblien Attack – (Free)
Survive the attack of the Bubbliens as you slingshot your alien defenders into the endless hordes of bubbly enemies! The once peaceful race of Bubbliens have gone crazy! They want resources and you just happen to be their latest target. Fighting back is now your only option for survival. You’re fighting for your freedom, your right to exist!
Gem Pop - ($1.99)
As you pound and obliterate rocks, uncover glowing precious gems beneath. Their allure is powerful and hypnotic but so is your satisfaction destroying the rocks that conceal them. In Gem Pop, experience a diverse range of actions as you pound, glide, and divide rocks and gems, often simultaneously, teasing your mental agility and dexterity to come out and play. As you gleefully pound rocks to oblivion, take numbered gems and arrange, stack, or split them to score points in this highly intuitive game of hit-the-spot fun.
Kings Can Fly – ($2.99)
A beautiful and fun puzzle game with over 60 levels set in a kingdom above the clouds. Kings Can Fly will soon have your brain sweating as you try to fly the King through his maze-like kingdom. You need a good eye and sharp wits to navigate the towering mountains, spiked gates and dangerous whirlwinds you encounter on the way.
Meganoid 2 – ($0.99)
Meganoid 2 continues the brutal platform gaming that all you guys loved in the first part. Again: this game is not easy! You will need to bring your best game skills to complete the short but hard levels. Meganoid gets most of it’s inspiration from 80s and 90s games.
Spell Rift – ($0.99)
Spell Rift is a word-finding adventure. Navigate your way through the Rift, collecting words in your search for the fabled Well of Words. Along your journey you will encounter enchanting islands and intriguing gadgetry – bombs, locks, viruses, warpers, spinners, and more.
Starbounder – (Free)
Experience the tight controls and exhilarating challenge of Starbounder. Harkening back to the golden age of PC shareware titles, Starbounder delivers the kind of intensity that only a true gamer can handle! Bound through 60 Levels, across 6 different sectors of space. Stylize your ship with complete customize options unlocked from the start. Collect all 180 artifacts and unlock the incredible Robo-Panther, for an all new adventure.
Turkey Stuffin’ – ($0.99)
Start stuffing stuff in a turkey in TURKEY STUFFIN’, a hilarious holiday warmup! You’re on the clock to jam this fine fowl full of tasty concoctions to prove your poultry stuffing prowess by creating the fattest, tastiest turkey in the world! But Turkey Stuffin’ ain’t all rosemary and yams. Overstuff the bird and you’ll yield a massive mess that no Pilgrim should ever have to witness.
Bit-1 – (Free)
A mysterious enemy arrives and steals your beloved through what appears to be a stairway into another dimension! What more to do than begin your heroic quest to save her from the villain’s clutches…
Stunt Star: The Hollywood Years – ($0.99)
Relive the life of a Hollywood stuntman as it flashes before his eyes. Crash, explode, catch on fire, crash and crash again before finally you succeed… then it’s on to the next stunt until at last you come to his final leap.
Outwitters - (Free)
A turn-based, multiplayer game from the minds that brought you Tilt to Live, AppAdvice.com’s Game of the Year. It’s a battle of wits against friends or strangers! Take turns maneuvering your troops in a race to destroy the enemy base. Will you side with the seafaring Scallywags, the robotic Feedback legion, or the snuggly-wuggly Adorables?