Top 5 iOS Games: Early 2016

As we all know Google’s Android is bigger than Apple’s iOS as it reached 1 billions active users in mid- 2014. Last week I talked about my favorite games for Android, and now this is my top 5 games on iOS for Q1 of 2016.


Pixel People (Free)
I think that this game is great, and there are no Ads! I love the whole idea of this game and creating the clones is exciting to see what buildings and people you have unlocked! The extra little features are great such as roads, grass, water and discount buildings to make it look more realistic, money also goes up quickly so that’s a bonus. It also is in 8-bit which is cool, and it works on iPhone and iPad.


Stack (Free)
This game is simple and I love it! It’s my favorite game so far. It’s a little bit addictive but a good concept. I like the way the tiles gradually change color. It is another game from Ketchapp who are my favorite game developers because they never fail to create good looking games.


Color Switch (Free)
You tap the screen to make the ball move, you guide the ball carefully through each obstacle and your ball will switch color. This app is one of my favorite game so far! Very fun an challenging! Also when you get stars you are able to buy new characters. One thing is that there are Ads.


The Sandbox (Free)
You play the game of God, where you can create worlds and life or you can destroy it all with a tap of your fingers. I have recently got into this game and i really enjoy it!


Clash Royale (Free)
This is the new kid on the block and it is a wonderfully addictive game that has me hooked since a downloaded it. It is made by the creators of Clash of Clans. It is a real-time multiplayer game starring the Royales, your favorite Clash characters and much more. This is a wonderfully addictive game that has me hooked since a downloaded it.

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Sachin is an Editor at Bane Tech, where he loves exploring the latest in the Android/Google universe. When he's not buried in words, Sachin is a student at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK studying his first passion which is training to become a culinary arts Chef.