4 Must Have iPhone Games

Everyone wondered if the iPhone would be a viable gaming platform, now that the iPhone 2.0 software has been officially launched that question has finally been answered with a resounding, YES!

Since the debut of the App Store, there has been a flood of generic puzzle games and a good number of racing games. The accelerometer based steering for racing games is now becoming the norm, is this all iPhone gaming will consist of? Racing and puzzle games galore?

Not if these guys have anything to do with it, check out these hidden gems.

1. Aurora Feint The Beginning

By far the best iPhone puzzle game I’ve played, the graphics and music are top notch, combined with it’s addictive RPG elements, I ended up playing it for 2 hours straight on my first go, I’m not even a fan of puzzle games, but for this game I’ll make an exception. And the best part is this game is completely FREE. Even if you aren’t a puzzle fan, give this game a try, you will not regret it.

2. Tap Tap Revenge

Guitar Hero, Dance Dance Revolution and AudioSurf, all these music based games have been insanely successful, now you can add Tap Tap Revenge to that list. The killer feature of this game? It has 2 player mode, nope you don’t need two iPhones, both players can play on one iPhone. I tried playing this with my co-workers, and you’d be surprised how the nicest people can turn into competitive beasts in a flash, yelling, screaming and laughing. This game is currently free, but it may not stay that way for long, so grab this one while you can.

3. Aqua Forest

Stop trying to figure out what the goal of this game is, there is none. Just let yourself go and be creative, let your inner Michelangelo come out to play, you’d be surprised what you can create. This game definitely breaks the mold and stands out as one of the most unique iPhone games yet.

4. Chopper

There is plenty of accelerometer based racing games, but there is only one side-scrolling flying game that makes excellent use of the accelerometer, and that’s Chopper. Don’t let the graphics fool you, the gameplay mechanics, while pitting the player against the clock makes for an exciting game. Another great game that stands out from the pack, I highly recommend this game.

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