Top 5 Games for iPhone 4

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July 10, 2012

There are thousands of fun games for iPhone that will keep you engaged. Here are top 5 games you can play on your iPhone 4.

Angry Birds Space

The unlikely rivalry between a flock of angry birds and egg-pilfering pigs has been taken to new heights, to be more exact, outer space. Laws of physics are not applicable in space as this game offers a fresh take on a familiar terrestrial concept. The lack of gravity challenges you to think out-of-the-box to solve the puzzles, like using the gravitational pull of planets to sling-shot the birds to unleash their destructive powers.

Draw Something

Draw Something attracted over 50 million downloads in the first two months of its release and although it’s no longer as popular as it once was, it is still a fun game to play with the remaining millions of active players. Taking a cue from the popular game show Win, Lose or Draw, Draw Something challenges players to guess the word their game partner is attempting to draw. The free version comes with a limited set of colors to draw with, but players can choose to purchase more colors in-game for a small fee. The app integrates well with Facebook, making it easy to set up games with friends.

Samurai Vs Zombies Defense

A mix of tower defense and action, Samurai Vs Zombies Defense pits you as a heroic samurai against waves of unrelenting zombies. In each stage, you’ll be able to summon units to help stave off the zombie horde. Throughout the game, you have to upgrade your samurai and summoned units, upgrade your defenses, and buy special stage specific items to survive.

Cut The Buttons

Manipulate a pair of scissors to cut buttons off pieces of quilt thrown your way, and catch falling buttons with a container. Its simplistic play is a no-brainer, and will appeal to gamers from all walks of life. The act of cutting buttons off the pieces of cloth can have a cathartic effect on the psyche, while catching the falling buttons with the container adds a level of challenge to this seemingly mindless game.

Minecraft – Pocket Edition

If Lego and the FPS games from your childhood got together and had a baby, the result would be Minecraft – Pocket Edition. However, it is not just the hint of childhood nostalgia that makes this game worth a try. A total of 36 different blocks are available to players to help them fashion into existence anything that tickles their fancy. The open-ended nature of the game means you can sink countless of hours building your next great work. Creative and Survival game modes are also present for those looking for a quick, short term challenge.

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