Top 10 iPhone Games for 2013


The exciting puzzle game loved by fans worldwide has returned! Rolando Land is being invaded by enemies and needs your help to fight them off. Enjoy many interactive backgrounds and sensitive tap and tilt control. It features more than 50 levels and you can compete with friends or other Rolando fans from all over.

Dragon’s Lair

This much loved arcade classic is now available for both the iPhone and iPad. Get lost in the unbelievable world that is Dragon’s Lair. The hand drawn illustrations come to life and have been transferred from the high definition master film. It gives the true sensation that you are playing in an arcade setting. Game operation is simple. You simply press the direction you want Dirk the Daring to go. The sword is the entire defense you need against the things tossed your way by Evil Wizard Mordroc. It’s one of the best attempts at an arcade comeback ever.


Peg busting has never been so fun! This game offers 55 levels and 40 challenges of peg busting adventure. 10 frenzied Masters try to advise you on the ways to achieve Peggle dominance. Run in dual mode to challenge friends and family. This game is one of the most addictive ever.


Zenonia has earned the top spot for Classic RPG genre. It’s been designed for all classic RPG junkies that cannot get enough. There are more level, more things to collect and hours of adventure than you’ll know what to do with. It offers an amazing storyline that is comparable with nothing else on the market to date. Not only does the game offer challenge and fun, but it’s the best overall value for gameplay that’s come along in a good long while.

Beneath A Steel Sky – Remastered

This is a game that is designed to keep you busy, while not being so hard that you’ll give up. It’s a great mix of puzzle solving fun and duty. You’ll have to ask around to find out what object you need to take and where to take them to. It’s non-stop fun. If you get stuck, simply click on the hint options and you’re off and running again. The best feature is if you die, you can start again right where you left off. It takes frustration out of the equation. It’s enjoyable for any age range and skill level.

Assassin’s Creed: Utopia

Touted as a game that would tie into Assassin’s Creed 3, the setting is in the 17th Century. It will focus on building cities and social interaction. Each colony will have a number of assassins to be controlled. They are used in battles against sworn enemies, the Templars, which are scattered throughout the world.

Warhammer Quest

Warhammer Quest was developed by Rodeo games to be an iOS version of the 1995 tabletop game by Games Workshop. Trying to remain true to the original game, they are developing characters that cover the span of the Warhammer worlds. It’s due for release some time during the second quarter of 2013.

Roller Coaster Tycoon

Do you remember playing Roller Coaster Tycoon on a PC or Mac? It was one of the most popular games to hit the computer gaming scene. Atari game developers are being hush-hush, but hopefully it will offer a whole generation of gamers to join in the addiction.

The Drowning

The makers of Battlefield, Far Cry and Halo are bringing a whole new mobile shooting experience to the iOS gamer. With improved shooting controls, you’ll be able to attack the enemies with a fierceness never before seen in mobile gaming. With one-click options to move locations, your fingers will be free to carry on the battle.


Forma.8 is set to be one of the most intriguing adventure games of the year. Developed by Mixed Bag, you’ll spend more time avoiding enemies as you try and make it through a weaving dream world. It promises to offer some one-of-a-kind environments to add to the mystical aura.

Article Contribution: Michael Clark has bang out this article. Basically he is a simple, family person who really loves to play video games with his brother. At this New Year they both enjoyed playing Sonic Games 365.