Here is the list of top 5 most addictive iPhone games for 2011. According to some surveys, above 50% of iPhone owners have 5 games installed in their devices on average and a good percentage of these iPhone owners spend good hours each day on these games. We are not talking about some heavy, sci-fi or combat iPhone games with 3D graphics and consoles, these are simple but extremely addictive iPhone games which offer an amazing gameplay. Check out the details after the break.
Doodle Jump is one the top selling iPhone apps of all time. It's an amazing and insanely addictive game. It's easy to learn, yet difficult to master. In Doodle Jump you guide and control Doodle the Doodler by using your iPhone's tilt on a springy journey upwards. Doodler should jump on small platforms and during the journey it should pickup the incentives in the form of jet-packs, springs and at the same time the Doodler should avoid black holes, monsters and broken platforms. Doodle Jump is available for download at iTunes for $0.99.
Angry Birds is also one of the best selling iPhone app across the Europe and is highly addictive. It's basically a puzzle game in which players use a slingshot to launch Angry Birds at pigs who apparently stole their eggs. Pigs are protected in different castles and players can use unique destructive powers of the Angry Birds to destroy the pigs. Angry Birds features 120 levels, each level require challenging physics-based structure demolition, logic, skills and bird force to destroy the enemy. Angry Birds is available for download at iTunes for $0.99.
Fruit Ninja (known as Fruit Ninja HD for iPad) is a popular juicy action game enjoyed by millions of players around the world. In this game the players needs to slice different fruits thrown up in the air by swiping their fingers across the screen, extra points are awarded if a player slice multiple fruits together. The players need to avoid touching bombs which are thrown up occasionally with the fruits, the game ends if a bomb is sliced. The game features multiple gameplay modes and difficulty levels. Fruit Ninja is available for download at iTunes for $0.99.
Canabalt is basically a little stick man running along roof tops, players tap the screen to make him jump at the right moments so he doesn't die. Canabalt is one of those rare games who make simplicity a strong selling point. The game stylish monochrome graphics and small details like obstacles and flocks of birds really add fun to the gameplay. In short, Canabalt is a simple but an amazing iPhone game. Canabalt is available for download at iTunes for $2.99.
Flight Control is an oldie but it's still an extremely active game. Over 3,000,000 copies have been sold so far and still counting. Flight Control is all about landing planes and helis, tracing their landing paths so they don't collide with each other. Basically, the players need to perform the role of air traffic controller at an airport. The airport features multiple runways for small and large airplanes and a helipad for helicopters. Players need to draw the landing path to direct each aircraft designated runways, and the no. of aircrafts increase with the score which increases the difficulty level. The games ends if two or more aircrafts collide or crash with each other. Flight Control can be downloaded from iTunes for $0.99.
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