September was a busy month for Apple and apps with the iPhone X event, iOS 11 launch, and iPhone 8 pre orders, among others. The App Store followed suit with a strong slate of intriguing new iOS games. After playing all month, the stand outs include a beautiful 3D puzzle adventure, classically inspired point and click adventure, fluid real time strategy game, and much more.
Thimbleweed Park is a point-and-click adventure game that's dark, mysterious, and packed full of humor.
The classic style of point and click adventure games of the past like Secret of Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion, and others are on full display in Thimbleweed Park. You get to play as two FBI Agents who are faced with a small town murder to solve. There are numerous quirky characters to interact with as you play through a storyline that is about a dozen hours.
The makers of the Kingdom Rush trilogy have a brand new strategy game for you.
The Kingdom Rush series delivers what is quite possibly the best tower defense games. The developers have moved on to their next idea with Iron Marines, which is an all new real time strategy game. The goal is to guide your troops on strange planets through various missions with each one requiring different tactics.
The Guides launched back in 2015, and now there's a sequel for more intriguing puzzles.
The sequel to The Guides maintains the peculiar puzzle is with a series of challenging and varied puzzles. The game uses all kinds of different mechanics to test your wit. There's also subtle overarching intrigue to wrap around this enigma.
The critically acclaimed zen like exploration game is now on the App Store.
Play as flower petals, and catch the breeze to explore lush 3D environments. The game is absolutely gorgeous, and that's just the back drop to a relatively unique experience that emphasizes a zen like exploration. Simply tilt your device to control the flowers.