With the new year starting with a bang, as far as the smartphone market is concerend, we have already seen a number of top of the charts handsets that boast great power and specs that are more than capable of running high demanding apps.
However, while major developments are happening in the Android front off late, the Apple-based iPhones aren't left behind as well with their own powerful offering that are set for the future.
But how does one assume the power that will be generated inside a device when running several different kinds of apps? By testing out a phone's hardware via a energy demanding game, of course.
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So if you are a proud owner of an iOS-based iPhone or iPad, and are looking to play a few new titles on your phone, which are the ones that you could choose to play? Here's a list of the top 5 iOS games for the month of April.
Polar Bowler has been ported over to iOS after a decade and is one of the freshest games in the App Store. The game lets you guide an inner-tube riding polar bear through pin-filled courses. There are 70+ levels featuring all kinds of pin arrangements that you could smash through, with regular power-ups on the cards.
15 Coins is a deceptively difficult minimalistic arcade game with just one goal: Collect all the 15 Coins before you are killed by your clones. Players can also collect a power-up to temporarily freeze the clones and smash into them to destroy them.
Skyline Skaters lets you join Skyline Skaters in their flight from the authorities. Users can perform hazardous jumps from building to building with only your skateboard to save you. Users can choose between daring Skaters, each having their own unique abilities and tricks.
This one requires no real description as Snappy Bird has been developed in the image of the previous Flappy Birds. The overall objective of the game remains the same.
A Dark Room
A Dark Room is probably the most interesting game off all in the entire list. Users start with a blurry vision and a throbbing head. It's basically "an unforgettable journey that starts small and slowly becomes much, much, more. Uncover the secrets of A Dark Room. Come light the fire."