May PlayScore for iOS | 20 New iPhone & iPad Games of May 2017

Injustice 2

20 iOS games have just received their PlayScores this May 2017. The PlayScore is a standard rating that averages gamer and critic reviews.

Opening our list of iOS PlayScored Games is Robot Unicorn Attack 3

Robot Unicorn Attack 3

You better watch out because Adult Swim’s mob of gracefully crazy unicorns are making their entrance to the iOS. Only this time, their rainbow-colored dash isn’t as graceful as before. Veering away from their usual formula, this endless runner comes with more mechanical beauties, upgraded 3D visuals, and a handful of new features.While they’ve added some more variety into the mix, they’re far more generic than the silliness we’ve come to expect. Dash through their , heavy, glittering landscapes with a PlayScore of 6.38. 19.

Pictionary

Pictionary

Facebook’s Draw Something Craze has drawn thousands of people into the draw and guess formula. Now, the original party game is coming to the mobile, and taking what’s rightfully theirs. It’s a lot different from the classic boardgame, forgoing the race to the finish line, and focusing on the guessing game. Form teams or go 1 on 1, and compete for the winning chest. With thousands of words to sketch and guess, it’s a great game to play on the go. It has a PlayScore of 6.87. 18.

Family Guy – Another Freakin’ Mobile Game

Family Guy

Following its Android debut, Quahog’s dysfunctional family sets their eyes on another mobile platform.Join Peter Griffin and the gang as they go about their usual crude antics in match-three puzzle style. It’s packed with the same hilarity as their long running series, with the addition of classic storylines directly from the show. Enable Peter’s drinking problem, help Quagmire get laid, and make Meg pretty in four exciting game modes. This is definitely not a kids game. It has a PlayScore of 7.41. 17.

Iron Blade: Medieval Legends RPG

Iron Blade Medieval Legends RPG

One of Gameloft’s many award-winning MMORPG’s, dive into a medieval fantasy and save humanity from a terrorizing demon. Take up your Iron Blade and fight against the darkness along with millions of other players. Use their mobile optimized controls and perform powerful combos by tapping and swiping on the screen. With lush graphics, stunning environments, and intuitive controls, it’s easily one of the most gorgeous RPGs on the mobile with a PlayScore of 7.90. 16.

Crash Club – Drive & Smash City

Crash Club - Drive & Smash City

Indulge in the sweet madness of competitive destruction in Pretty Great’s vehicular MMO. Step right into the action as you get sent into an arena fit for destruction.Smash through walls and crash into trees to collect enough tokens to upgrade your killing machine. It gives you complete freedom to create an explosive mess. Destroy vehicles for points, or collect more tokens to buy bigger cars. With zen-like destruction, and encouraging leaderboards it’s the best of both worlds, with a PlayScore of 7.91. 15.

City Mania: Town Building Game

City Mania Town Building Game

From the joys of destruction to the beauty of creation. Gameloft gets another entry into the list with their newest City Builder. Ready your management skills as you take up the mantle of Mayor for a humble town. With good decisions and enough resources, you can build yourself a bustling metropolis full of futuristic sights and famous landmarks. Aside from building structures, you’ll have to build relationships with your adorable citizens and make your city the best place to be. It has a PlayScore of 7.92. 14.

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy TTG

Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy TTG

One more entry to TellTale’s long list of licenses. This time, they’re taking you on an intergalactic adventure along with Marvel’s ragtag group of unlikely heroes.Go on a five part journey along with Drax, Gamora, Groot, Rocket Raccon, and Starlord himself–as they grab hold of a powerful artifact. Venture through their iconic locations, and jam to their trademark soundtracks. It’s an original Guardians of the Galaxy story, told in the masterful Telltale way. It has a PlayScore of 7.99. 13.

Match Land

Match Land

Feast your eyes on what may be the most adorable match three puzzle game on the iOS. It’s an unassuming puzzler, designed to wow your eyes and take you into the splendour of this simple genre. Similar to Japan’s Puzzles & Dragons, form yourself a versatile team of heroes and face them off against critters that are just too cute to be demolished.Harvest enough of them to create shops and upgrade your heroes. It’s a delightful game that brings back the Match-three to its more enjoyable roots. It has a PlayScore of 8.04. 12.

Star Wars: Puzzle Droids

Star Wars Puzzle Droids

While we’re on the subject of making Match Three puzzle games great again, what better candidate to do so than the loveable cast of Star War’s Force Awakens? This time, Rey, Finn, and Poe Dameron move out from center stage to give way to this generation’s favorite droid.Experience your favorite scenes as well some untold stories from the eyes of BB8. Stack up combos, clear boards, and drift through hyperspace with your favorite rebels! It has a PlayScore of 8.04. 11.

War of Crown

War of Crown

From the makers of the long running Zenonia series, War of Crown promises to deliver the same quality RPG experience in tactical, turn-based form. Rally against the God of Destruction with their charismatic heroes. The game boasts beautifully rendered 3D graphics that will take you further into an already immersive storyline. Embark quests around its stunning world, and prove your strength in PvP Battles. Play your role in this war of strength and power, with a PlayScore of 8.14. 10.

Injustice 2

Injustice 2

The biggest superhero brawl on the mobile gets its well-deserved sequel. Following a widespread success with their first title, Injustice 2 is stepping up to bring more of the same mobile-optimized battles in your favorite DC locations. In this universe, good doesn’t always triumph over evil.Watch Joker and Batman square off in a fight of skill and reflexes, without of any of those plot-based armour. Create your own roster of heroes, and rule this world of Injustice with a PlayScore of 8.22. 9.

SPACEPLAN

SPACEPLAN

Travel to outerspace and explore five different planets in this potato-fuelled idle clicker. Orbiting around it with your lone vessel, send spuds to the surface and explore its many mysteries. It plays the same as many idle clickers, with the addition of a charming sense of humor and a fascination for starchy vegetables. Rest your fingers by creating more and more structures, and watch its narrative unfold. It’s a memorable, and atmospheric diversion that doesn’t demand too much. It has a PlayScore of 8.23. 8.

Guns of Mercy

Guns of Mercy

Go back to the glory of the good old 16bit era in this action-packed shooter. Set in a dystopian Earth, play as a ranger aiming to rid their underground home of the surface’s vicious vermin. Use a barrage of weapons at your disposal, from mechs, gatling guns, and more. It stays true to its arcade style, with boldly placed high scores to add to its chaotically pleasing aesthetic. Earn gold to upgrade your machinery, and unlock more characters.And the best part? It’s all for free! It has PlayScore of 8.25. 7.

Pokémon: Magikarp

Pokémon: Magikarp

Jump While the Pokemon universe has hundreds of powerful monsters, they chose to pay tribute to one of the least appreciated pokemon out there. Even though it’s an offical app, it’s definitely not your normal Pokemon game, turning what is usually a tragic undertaking into a celebration of its uniqueness. It puts Magikarp at the center of your attention, feeding them until they get stronger and then pitting them against their own kind. Who even needs a Gyarados? It has a PlayScore of 8.25. 6.

Trilogic

Trilogic

Paint the screen red, and green, and blue, with this amazing follow-up to the award-winning Bicolor. The game is remarkably simple, sharing similarities with their previous game, with a more elemental twist. While you only had to color the screen in Bicolor, this time the colors have specific reactions to each other, adding another layer of gameplay. Absorb water with leaves, burn them with fire, and put the fire out with water.Scratch your brain with over 100 puzzles. It has a PlayScore of 8.31. 5.

Race for the Galaxy

Race for the Galaxy

An all-time favorite boardgame finally gets a mobile adaptation. Play with up to four friends across the two mobile platforms, or compete against its innovative Keldon AI. Expand your empire throughout the vast galaxies with technological advancements and unique settlements. With phases settled simultaneously, use your strategic wits to anticipate moves and create the best possible turn. Develop, Consume, and Produce! It has a PlayScore of 8.35. 4.

Battle Bay

Battle Bay

Move over, Angry Birds, Rovio’s got a new IP up their sleeves.They’re bringing the beauty of multiplayer battle arenas into a pocketable oceanic adventure. With sea levels on the rise, take control of your own ship and join a fleet of five in a battle for supremacy. There’s five different ships to choose from. Experiment with different styles of play, and embark on quests to earn exciting rewards. Go against the current, with a PlayScore of 8.36. 3.

The Big Journey

The Big Journey

Roll around the world with Armor Games’ feline adventurer. Bounce around with Mr. Whiskers as he goes on a quest to find his favorite dumpling maker. With physics-based gameplay, tilt your screen around to roll him through every obstacle.Bask in cute, storybook visuals that might appeal to your inner child. Thanks to its simple gameplay and enchanting art style, it’s the perfect game for children and adults alike. It has a PlayScore of 8.41. 2.

Vignettes

Vignettes

Step into a brightly colored journey in this intriguing exploration game. It’s an intuitive venture, using swipes and taps to unveil the various objects hidden beneath the given one. Watch fans turn into pots, pots into toasters, and toasters into TV’s–all in one smooth motion. It’s a masterclass in minimalist design, drawing you into a world full of beautiful imaginings. It’s just playful, mindbending fun. Swipe, rotate, and explore! It has a PlayScore of 8.48. 1.

And the highest rated iOS game this month is Guns of Boom

Guns of Boom

A more modern upgrade to Gameloft’s Blitz Brigade, Guns of Boom is shaping up to become the first essential multiplayer FPS on the mobile. Enter its zany arena with their customizable soldiers and take part in a dynamic 5v5 battle. Strategize your way through the tactical arena, pick off enemies, and don’t get caught in the crosshairs. With its intuitive shooting mechanics and superb 3D environment, it’s easily one of the best mobile FPS games EVER.It receives a PlayScore of 8.93.

 

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