iPhone 6 users will give anything to play HD games on their new iPhones, which will not only be cool but mind-blowing. Yes definately! Apple user enjoy the opportunity of having a retina HD display on their devices as it is considered one of the best displays of all time.
Having said all that, we have a list of exciting games to be played on the iPhone 6. These games will not only be a game for you but an addiction too. Stunning graphic, amazing concepts and mind boggling stories will get up and running always.
Here is the list of 10 iOS games for the iPhone 6 which you will love.
Vainglory is staggeringly well presented, with some of the best visuals seen on the App Store: colourful and lushly detailed environments and well-animated fantasy characters. The game spotlights three-on-three team-based action with fellow online players, and each squad must destroy the crystal at their opponents' base. It's not just a matter of overpowering your foes in head-to-head battle - instead, you must work together to take down enemy turrets, use minion creatures as living shields and generally make smart decisions in every phase of the game. Click here to download.
A cunning mixture of first-person shooter and endless runner, Smash Hit pushes you ever onwards while you try to shoot obstacles with giant marbles.
The graphics and sound are lovely - the obstacles are satisfying destructible, subsiding noisily into transluent shards - and a clever mechanic means that your ammo count is also your life. Run out of marbles, don't worry you can restock them periodically by shooting designated targets and you'll perish. Click here to download.
And here's another appealing free offering Game for the iPhone6. Only One is a clifftop brawler in which you fight off waves of enemies armed with only your sword, an increasingly powerful range of special abilities and the glorious power of gravity.The look is charmingly retro and the combat simple but faintly tactical among other considerations, shepherding enemies away from the edge makes for harder kills but better loot. It's also rather funny. Click here to download.
Deus Ex: The Fall
Stealth, gunplay, silent death moves and some roleplaying elements. Deus Ex: The Fall is the iOS port of a deep, ambitious and critically acclaimed PC game, and loses little in translation, offering thrills and spills in a beautifully realised sci-fi setting.The story's all about cybernetic enhancements and post-human ethical conundrums, but it never gets in the way of the important stuff: hacking your way through a computerised security door, crawling down a tunnel and shooting a man in the head. Lots of fun, if comparatively expensive for an iOS game (and quite brief, too). Click here to Download.
With Dead Space's pins-and-needles soundtrack and thrilling atmosphere, you're always on edge. Your weapons are nothing more than modified mining equipment, and you're always scrambling to find ammo: every shot counts. If the beasties reach you, there are touch-activated quick-time events you can initiate to push the enemy back a few feet, and you can gradually upgrade your armour and weapons. Aiming, shooting and initiating quick-time events by tapping is easy.This isn't just a great extension of the Dead Space franchise; it's a fine game in its own right, both technically solid and evocatively executed. Click here to Download.
This is definitly in the action section, but at heart this is essentially a puzzle game with a great concept and just a touch of action. Waking Mars puts you in the boots of a jetpacking astronaut/scientist exploring the Red Planet for signs of ancient life. It's your job to find and plant seeds that spread vegetation around the caves, which in turn opens up new areas.You have to evade carnivorous plants and acid pits, and occasionally you'll need to kill off a plant to make room for another. But this is a game about creation rather than destruction. It's thoughtful and at times intense, not to mention incredibly pretty: your character a tiny spec against dramatic sweeps of red rock and vast open skies. Click here to download.
This hugely entertaining third-person shooter, starring detective John Kannon, is very much a case of 'shoot first, ask questions once the bad guys are dead'.The graphics are superb, the dialogue is hilarious and the optional gyroscope-based controls, while initially tricky, make those first few kills all the more satisfying. The buttons are conveniently placed, with crouch/stand and the virtual joystick on the left, and shoot and run bottom right, next to a cool button that allows you to dive in slow motion. There are numerous firearms to choose from, and a shop for upgrades. This is a funny, great-looking game that's kept fresh by the gyro controls. Click here to download.
Grand Theft Auto
Apple fans haven't had much luck with the Grand Theft Auto games, one of the most successful series of our times. But if you're willing to go back a generation or two, there are some terrific GTA games on the App Store for iPad and iPhone owners to enjoy. Fortunately Rockstar have been making terrific games for years, and even their older stuff is great. More recent instalments for iOS include Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and you should also consider Chinatown Wars. Click here to download.
N.O.V.A. 2 wastes little time on a backstory or training, and drops you straight into the action. The controls are intuitive to use and, as with all first-person shooters, boil down to moving, selecting a weapon and firing. The game's AI is among the best; enemies are smart enough to actively duck for cover and use basic infantry team techniques to good effect.Both graphics and sounds are top-notch, and there's a multiplayer mode offering five different game types. N.O.V.A. 2 has it all: beautiful graphics, great gameplay, excellent controls and smart opponents. Casual gamers will, however, find it difficult to master. Click here to download.
With Dead Space's pins-and-needles soundtrack and thrilling atmosphere, you're always on edge. Your weapons are nothing more than modified mining equipment, and you're always scrambling to find ammo: every shot counts. If the beasties reach you, there are touch-activated quick-time events you can initiate to push the enemy back a few feet, and you can gradually upgrade your armour and weapons. Aiming, shooting and initiating quick-time events by tapping is easy. This isn't just a great extension of the Dead Space franchise; it's a fine game in its own right, both technically solid and evocatively executed. Click here to download.