So, last night I was just passing by some App Development message boards, and I came across an intriguing and simultaneously vicious thread where Devs were going at each other hard, arguing about which iPhone Games were the G.O.A.T.
Not one to argue with strangers on the inter-webs, I decide to do a separate blog post instead. Keep in mind, my list is highly subjective, and if you don’t agree with me, well then, Go FUCK Yourself! My apologies if that came off a bit rude.
Without further ado, here is the list of the G.O.A.T iPhone Games:
#1. Temple Run
BRUH! Why is this even a question? Temple Run, is undoubtedly the G.O.A.T when it comes to gaming apps. The game is not only engaging, but it perfectly tests the user’s ability to process information at a rapid rate, and has some of the best Level-Ups and Challenges.
#2. Angry Birds
Though not a personal favorite of mine, Angry Bird comes in at #2 based solely on its popularity and the new age of game development that it kick-started. If it weren’t for Angry Birds, there wouldn’t be a lot of popular games that we see today on the App Store – both Apple and Google Play. It changed the whole App Development ‘Game’!
Be it Windows, iOS, or Android, or simply hand-held gaming console, Tetris, has to be in the Top 5. Period. This is one of my personal favorites, and has been the most consistent over the years. Many games have come and gone, but Tetris is still the G.O.A.T.
#4. Clash of Clans
Back in the day, I was a huge Age of Empires and Age of Mythology junkie, which is why I’m a little on this one. Clash of Clans, in my opinion is an engaging and thoroughly exciting game. Part of the appeal with CoC has also been the huge celebrity endorsements .ex. Kate Upton.
#5. Unblock Me
Now I’m sure a lot of you are probably confused as to why I opted to put a game as simple as Unblock Me on my Top 5 All Time list. There are a lot of ways I can go about answering that question, but the simplest one is: I just freakin love this game! It is the ultimate puzzle game, and an excellent tool to improve your overall cognitive functions – especially the logical part of your brain.
For now, we’ll leave this list as is. Top 5.
In the future, depending on how things change, I might add couple more games to this list.
If you have any suggestions, please leave a comment below.
Posted: March 9, 2016 at 2:19 pm