Best iPhone Games 2015
Looking for the best iPhone games to download from the App Store? Whether you've recently picked up an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus or you own one of the older models, here's a run down of the best games you can download for your Apple smartphone.
No matter how many models Apple unleashes upon he world or how big their screens are, there's one thing you can always count on your iPhone delivering: lots and lots of games. The latest numbers suggest there are well over a quarter of a million games currently sat on Apple's marketplace and, unless you fancy taking off a couple of months to peruse each and every one, finding the store's top picks is quite an undertaking.
That's where we come in. We've compiled a list of the best iPhone games from the past twelve months – games that, almost by default, you should pick up for your handset. Games that span the genres, doing everything from keep you entertained for a few seconds to dominate your attention for a couple of hours.
For this update we've had a bit of a streamline, but there's one new game that is F2P and totally deserving of your time – Does Not Commute. You can pay £1.79 to get some additional checkpoints, but it's perfectly playable at the F2P level. It'll make you curse, laugh and definitely recommending it to your buddies.
So click through, pick your favourites and start downloading. You can guarantee they'll be a thousand or more new games on the App store clamouring for your attention by the time you get to the end.
If you what to read about a specific game, use these quick jump links:
Space Age: A Cosmic Adventure by Big Bucket
The best adventure game currently available on iOS
Threes by Sirvo
Mathematical matching game with cutesy graphics
Alto's Adventure by Snowman
Taking the endless runner genre to a new high point
Does Not Commute by Mediocre AB
A tight, tense and hilarious destruction derby
Particle Mace by Andy Wallace
Hectic gameplay perfectly formed for iPhone play
Shadowmatic by Triada Studios
Twist and turn the shapes until their shadows make sense
Thomas Was Alone by Bossa Studios
A cast of cuboids that will keep you playing and laughing for hours
80 Days by inkle
A storybook game with a steampunk vibe
Deep Loot by Monster and Monster
A game that goes deep to reach new heights
Monument Valley by ustwo
Puzzling perfection made even better with the new EP
Planet Quest by OutOfTheBit
More bizarre than a Nicki Minaj video
All the best bits of the console game on your iPhone
The Room Two by Fireproof Studios
Uncover the secrets and solve all the puzzles - if you can
Wayward Souls by Jeremy Orlando
Battles, dungeons and RPG antics. Need we say more?
See also: Best iPad Games 2015