The 25 Best iPhone Games to Play Right Now

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By admin on August 13, 2015

#18. Republique

Most attempts to bring the console experience to mobile devices feel half-baked, usually thanks to a less-than-adequate virtual control pad. That's what makes Republique such a breath of fresh air, combining the unique interface provided by touch devices with the production values of a big-budget console title. As an unnamed security camera operator, you've been contacted by Hope, a prisoner of a despotic nation-state ripped from the pages of 1984, and you have to switch from camera to camera, tapping the screen to guide Hope past guards, uncovering the mystery behind her capture. With fantastic voice acting and an impressive pedigree behind it, Republique is some of the best evidence for iOS as a legitimate gaming platform.