Hi-end games for iPhone 6

Discussion in 'iPhone Apps and Games' started by rugved1118, Nov 27, 2014.

  1. rugved1118

    rugved1118 Member

    Sep 27, 2013
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    Can anyone suggest Hi-end games for iphone 6 ?

    Sent from my iPhone 5S
  2. fsas06

    fsas06 Member

    Oct 15, 2007
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    some games i enjoy are injustice, GTA-SA, phoenix wright dual destinies (a 3ds game ported to iphone, looks and plays well), breach and clear, kingdom rush games are good tower defense games ( a new one just came out) , infinity blade 3...thats all i got lol
  3. Bennyboy

    Bennyboy Genius

    Jul 21, 2010
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    GTA vice city is super fun, and I've been looking at the "longest journey" I've heard lots of good things about that game.
  4. ZR_Yancy

    ZR_Yancy Genius

    Jul 11, 2008
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    Real Racing 3
  5. Lenor

    Lenor New Member

    Dec 5, 2014
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    I also love playing GTA and some girly games like cooking mania, wedding dash etc...:love::love::love:
  6. ZR_Yancy

    ZR_Yancy Genius

    Jul 11, 2008
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    I just discovered Vain Glory and I'm so addicted. I have to force myself to stop or the phone just dies.
  7. Ledsteplin

    Ledsteplin Genius

    Oct 29, 2013
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    Oceanhorn is on sale for $4.99. Regular $8.99
    Great game.
    Oceanhorn by FDG Entertainment

    Sent from my ancient but trustworthy iPhone 5.
  8. fury

    fury Evangelist

    Oct 23, 2007
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    +1 for Oceanhorn. Big fan of the genre (Zelda is one of my favorite series of games, and this is about as close as we're ever gonna get on iOS). Many hours of playability if you're into this kind of game.

    Asphalt 8: Airborne by Gameloft

    Metallized, very pretty to look at, but difficult to progress due to the freemium model.

    If you like the FPS Call of Duty copycat style, then MC5 is also worth a look. I don't have it, since I'm not big on these kind of FPSes (I'm more the fast paced open ended type), but I've seen it in videos/playthroughs, and it looks pretty good as far as those go

    Modern Combat 5: Blackout by Gameloft

    For another taste of those, here's another freebie from Gameloft

    Brothers in ArmsĀ® 3: Sons of War by Gameloft

    I just picked that one up and will check it out. edit: it doesn't look nearly as impressive as MC5. It might not actually be running at full res, I can see some blurry pixels once in game. Don't know if that's a tradeoff for better performance or if they just haven't really updated it for the 6/6+ resolutions. MC5 is definitely in a whole other league compared to this.

    CSR Classics by NaturalMotion

    This one's not so much "racing" as it is "tapping on a gear shift icon at the right time and then grinding to upgrade the car", and the freemium gets in the way as usual, but as with RR3 and Asphalt 8, very pretty visuals

    If you're into RPGs, here's a decent one:

    The Bard's Tale by inXile Entertainment

    (Also on sale at the moment according to its description)

    I've played it a bit and really liked what I saw thus far. It's one of those self-spoofy games, and has some edgy content (don't play it with the kids ;) ). I like games like this that make fun of themselves. It's high resolution, as far as I can tell, but not high poly count (which is probably to be expected for a game ported from 2004). The content is, however, well done. Voice acting, music, ambience, etc.

    If tower defense can fit your idea of high end, try Defenders. They've got Metal

    Defenders by NIVAL, INC.

    Here's an RTS I just picked up and kinda looks good (also Metallized):

    Plunder Pirates by Rovio Stars Ltd.

    edit: it's pretty much a Clash of Clans-like thing that looks nice. Nothing too exciting here. My bad

    I'll keep rummaging through my game library to find those that have been updated and get reacquainted with them. There are a few I haven't gotten around to playing yet and can't vouch for...
    #8 fury, Dec 23, 2014
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