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Top 10 Best Free iOS Games

by Gaming Adicts

Enjoy free iPhone games a lot?  Great! As you can see from our list of the best free driving games, sports simulations, puzzles, and shooters, some of the best mobile games don’t cost anything at all. People think that free iPhone games are bad and full of IAP. But whether you have an iPhone 14 Pro Max, an iPhone SE (2022), or any other model, if you know where to look, you can find a lot of great games for free.

So you don’t have to look for them, we’ve put the best ones here:

Rocket League Sideswipe

If you thought the “car football” game that was once shown on a British TV show about cars was crazy, you haven’t seen anything yet. Here, people or two-person teams fight head-to-head, trying to get a huge ball into huge goalmouths with rocket-powered flying vehicles.

You can get to know your car in single-player training modes, so you can learn how to flip it and hit the ball into the goal as you fly through the air. And if you’re stuck in a match that’s way too easy for you, you can choose to forfeit and try to find people who are more on your level.

Dot The Game

Dot The Game seems like the old Minesweeper game played backward and fast-forward, or at least against the clock. On each level, you face a grid. There is a number in each square that tells you how many dots should be lit on the corners of that square. So you can move on to the next challenge, it’s up to you to make sure every square has the right number.

All of this is easy to do with two-by-two beginner grids. Even the clock isn’t too much of a bother because you can get bonus seconds so quickly. But as the grids get bigger, Dot becomes a surprisingly tense game where one mistake can mean the end of the game. Watching the timer go down while trying to find that one mistake you made is enough to drive anyone crazy.

That’s a cow

That’s a Cow is basically a level-based version of the classic one-thumb jumping game Canabalt that focuses on cows. But instead of tapping to make the mooing main character jump over gaps in the landscape, you drag a finger to make the star pump out what seems to be an endless supply of milk. You can move around with this dairy treat, which you can also use to change the scenery or fight enemies.

Even though the levels are short, getting to the end isn’t easy. It takes a while to learn how to control the game, and each of the short tests is full of things to avoid, enemies to fight, coins, and other bonuses to collect. All of this is very silly and kind of cute. And if you do well, you can get a new cow from an amazing toy machine minigame.


Catchee is a happy, musical catching game in which Catchables come down from the top of the screen and you catch them in a bowl. Well, that’s the idea. Once it starts, this is the kind of fast-paced arcade test that will make your heart beat faster when you get to the end of a song without all of your Catchables falling to the floor.

It’s not random, thank goodness. There are tricks and patterns you can learn. For example, if you let a Catchable ball bounce on the edge of the bowl and then pick it up, you’ll get more points and more energy. It’s really exciting. Even though you can figure out everything about the game in the first few minutes, it gets better the more you play it, just like the best arcade games.

Froglike: The Frog Roguelike

Froglike: The Frog Roguelike rethinks Frogger for the modern mobile era. Instead of asking an amphibian to cross a road and a river, everything here is a little bit more difficult. To stop the end of time, you have to keep the Lily of Time alive. Yikes!

This means that you have to jump from lily pad to lily pad and try to land your frog’s bottom on the biggest lily so it can charge up until a portal appears. Then you can choose a power-up before going back into the fight. The whole game is a big fight, with all sorts of enemies trying to push you into the deadly water around the lilies.

This top-notch high-score chaser is a huge improvement over the classic game it was based on. It has responsive controls, bright graphics, and in-game upgrades.

Zombie Football

Zombie Football is a crazy mix of fun touchdown runs, The Walking Dead, and the old-school coin-op game Gauntlet. On each level, the green football field is filled with obstacles and hordes of walking, hungry zombies. It was obvious that the ratings needed a push.

In this free iPhone game, your goal is to not die horribly. You have to figure out how to move zombies here and there, avoid mud that slows you down, and pick up food that gives you more energy.

It’s a lot of fun and a bit silly, especially when you realize that your big football player can’t even run through the cones. Instead, he has to carefully pick his way through the gnashing, toothy opponents. Also, there are no ads, timers, or other useless stuff. When it says “free,” it really means “free.”

Yokai Dungeon

Yokai Dungeon is a fast-paced arcade game in which you have to run around and beat up demons. It takes place in a series of arenas that are linked together. These arenas are full of moveable objects that you can use to push your opponents against a wall.

The Japanese-themed game looks great whether you’re walking to the shop between levels or fighting a big boss at the end of a level. Most importantly, it plays really well and has controls that are easy to use.

With its grid-like layout and nonstop action, this game might remind old hands of Bomberman, while veterans will think of Pengo. But even though it’s based on old games and has old-school pixel art, Yokai Dungeon feels like a modern iPhone game. It has a sleek design, short battles, and easy-to-understand gameplay that’s good for both new and experienced gamers.

Knight Brawl

Your knights jump around in a way that is mostly easy to control. With quick button presses and a little luck, you can quickly take away your opponent’s helmets and shields before giving them the final blow.

Only that’s just the tip of the iceberg because Knight Brawl gives you a lot more than that. There are different ways to fight and quest-like missions where you jump into a castle and beat up everyone inside. It’s crazy, funny, and great, and it really raises the bar for Lane’s work, which was already impressive.

Project Loading

Project Loading is an arcade speedrun test about a loading bar’s journey to get to 100%. Yes, you read that right. The star of this show is a loading bar, which many people hate.

In the world of Project Loading, though, loading bars don’t move slowly from left to right. Instead, they have to deal with mats that slow them down or speed them up, as well as dangerous giant crosses and bouncers. There are restart points and gold stars to collect to help them along the way, but the clock is always ticking. We don’t waste time waiting for loading bars here.

It’s an interesting idea, and the level design, arty graphics, and responsive tilt controls make it even better. But since later stages get harder, you probably won’t complain about a standard loading bar again.

Boost Buddies

In the arcade game Boost Buddies, you play as a cat in a box who wants to get to a crown. The cat is lucky that the box is a rocket that gets stronger every time you tap it. Between the cat and the crown, there are… things.

There are times when you have to fight against big laser beams or swinging axes. Sometimes fans push you around or animals try to get you. We don’t know what’s going on, but it’s a lot of fun to figure out how to pass each test and keep getting high scores.

If you do well enough, you can add more boosting beasts to your collection. Each one has its own music and background visuals. Even though the game is simple and doesn’t keep you busy for long, it’s always good for giving you a quick boost.

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