November 20, 2012 by khrisgolder
There are a million of games to choose from, and GamerCheese understands how difficult it can be to find a great free phone game other than a (BLANK) with Friends title. Here is the first part of a long list of great, free phone games that are right at your fingertips.
Blaqk Sheep, developer of Dead Storm, decided to curse us in the worst way. This top down zombie shooter for the IPhone is about the most frustrating phone game in existence… for the first five minutes. The player shoots in the direction you tap, and moves by tilting the phone in the appropriate directions. The abnormal control scheme made me die immediately on the first play through (drooped straight into the bottom right corner). Once I passed the learning curve, I came to appreciate the concept of the game. Remain physically calm and steady to survive the waves of zombies. It implemented what decades worth of zombie films have emphasized. It’s a very simplistic shooter, but the added difficulty makes it worth a free download.
Dishonored: Rat Assassin
Released as a promotional game advertisement for Bethesda’s Dishonored, Rat Assassin has a basic premise. It’s Fruit Ninja, but instead of halving fruit, you dice up live rats. In other words, it’s graphic and addictive. Throw in the power-ups and some slaughterfish, and you find yourself trying to beat your high score for the eighth time in a row. Reach a higher kill count for access to different practice levels and downloadable wallpapers. By now, you can find the wallpapers online, but why not earn them the fun way?
Silvertree Media’s critically acclaimed phone game Cordy spawned a couple of sequels, and Cordy Sky is one of them. Cordy — the bubbly, monitor-faced robot — comes back to help his newfound friend Volt reach his spaceship. Find all five fuel cells at the top of each level to recharge his ship. Collect gears along the way that allow you to purchase Cordy’s costumes, colors, power-ups, and permanent upgrades. Find Volt tokens to fill up Cordy’s jets, allowing him to fly through the level, reach new heights, or stop him from falling down the level.
The game loads up, allowing you to choose your preferred control style: a classic tilt and press mode, a tilt mode, and a finger slide mode. These controls can be changed at the menu screen, and provide a much broader appeal to people who prefer different control schemes. Overall, it’s one of the best free phone games money doesn’t have to buy!
Keep checking back in with GamerCheese for more great free phone games!