Games are best solution to kill your boredom and boring time in best way. For this purpose you can see in this post top and best free iPhone games.
The remake version of the game maintains its graphics from back in 1996. If you have never played the game back then, you will laugh at the tongue-in-cheek, macho and corny remarks Duke makes. One evident change is the smaller screen for gameplay. It poses a challenge for controls which the new gameplay makes up for by allowing you to move the buttons (for moving, shooting, jumping or kicking) around rather than fix it to one side of the display. With that settled, prepare yourself for total meltdown!
You get five balls per game, and the idea is to keep the ball in the air and not down the gap between the flippers at the bottom of the contraption.
This wonderful ngmoco title used to cost a few quid, but Dropship is now free and is one of the App Store’s biggest bargains. The game is a modern take on Gravitar or Thrust, with your ship battling gravity and shooting gun emplacements while searching complex vector-based cave formations for marooned allies.
Although it’s essentially a chunk of Sol Free Solitaire is nonetheless a stunning example of a standalone solitaire game. From the moment you first launch the game, the level of polish and attention to detail is obvious. In all of the six included games, the graphics are clean and clear, the controls are intuitive and responsive, and the built-in help is informative.
Reminiscent of a twin-stick shooter mashed into an RPG with a really big wand, Solomon’s Keep has your wizard battle endless hordes of supernatural foes, with the help of your thumbs and some in-game spells. It’s a bit like an overhead Diablo, or, if you’re getting on a bit, a powered-up Gauntlet.
A curious mix of ten-pin bowling, shuffleboard and poker, 10 Pin Shuffle proves surprisingly addictive. You get two cards for each strike and one for each spare, and whoever has the best hand at the end of the tenth frame wins.
7. Whacksy Taxi
Although it looks like a 1980s racer, Whacksy Taxi also has much in common with platform games. You belt along absurdly straight highways, avoiding traffic by dodging or leaping it. Variety’s added by power-ups, new background graphics when you reach a stage’s end, and several bonus zones that also provide extra challenge.
It’s a little-known fact that baseball mostly involves trying to hit colourful birds flying overhead and bananas lobbed in your direction by a mischievous fan. But X-Baseball provides a perfect, accurate one-thumb iOS recreation of America’s favourite banana-thwacking pastime. (What?)
9. Tiny Tower
Social management games are big business, but are often stuffed full of cynical wallet-grabbing mechanics. While Tiny Tower does have the whiff of IAP to speed things along a bit, its tower-building and management remains enjoyable even if you pay nothing at all, and the pixel graphics are lovely.
We already covered Frisbee Forever on this list, with its Nintendo-like fling-a-plastic-disc about larks. Frisbee Forever 2‘s essentially more of the same, but prettier, smoother and with wilder locations in which to fly through hoops and collect stars. It’s lovely and costs precisely zero pence, so download it.