These are the days when you have no worry to spend expenses on the gaming devices. You can get an excellent mobile gaming experience in just less amount, all thanks  to the iPhone and the App Store. In fact,lots of the games out there are free, or you can get great games for nothing at all, or is the free section of the App Store or you can purchase it at a very less amount.

Our top free iPhone games, presented in no particular order, including both long-time classics and brilliant cutting-edge recent releases. We’ve also included a VR game for you. Depending on your way of looking at things, Narcissus is either a weird platform game for one or an amusing 50-level game for two.

The basics are essentially based on the game Canabalt – Narcissus leaps from platform to platform, lest he fall down a gap and go splat. But if you recall your Greek mythology, Narcissus had a reflection; in this game, the reflection is visible on the screen.

For the single player, it is very tough challenge of keeping track of two tiny leapers, who often need to jump at different times. With a friend, it’s easier, so long as you don’t throw your iPhone at a mirror should one of you badly mis-time a jump.

If you’ve played Super Dangerous Dungeons , you’ll be well aware developer Jussi Simpanen knows how to make a cracking platform game. Even so, Heart Star is a disarmingly charming treat.

As you rush about, toxins are destroyed to open up pathways, and health bursts can be collected to take out any cells and germs that are in your way. Over time, the host gets sicker and the fever more intense; when the end comes, you can try again with a new cure, each one having its own game-altering side-effect.

King Rabbit has some unconventional enemies. Having kidnapped his rabbit subjects, said foes have dotted them about grid-based worlds they’ve filled with meticulously designed traps.

Mostly, this one is a think-ahead puzzler, with loads of Sokoban-style box sliding. But instead of being purely turn-based fare, King Rabbit adds tense swipe-based arcade sections, with you running from scary creatures armed with rabbit-filleting weaponry.

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