iOS Games Overview Updated October 25, 2019

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Gaming on iOS has seen huge growth the in last few years with iPhones, iPads and more recently Apple TV emerging as true gaming platforms. From solid original titles and franchises developed specifically for iOS, to gaming heavyweights like Nintendo now fully embarrassing the platform, iOS has become a legitimate platform for gamers of all kinds. What’s next? New technologies in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra including ARKit for augmented reality give us a glimpse of the future of gaming on iOS.

Head below for all of our latest iOS gaming stories and be sure to check out the latest deals on games at 9to5Toys.

iOS games Stories October 25

If Apple were to make mouse support for the iPad into a mainstream feature, that could be a game-changer for iPad gaming, says an analyst specialising in mobile markets.

It would, he argues, open the way to the iPad offering full PC-level gaming as well as the mobile games currently on offer …

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iOS games Stories October 24

The strategy game Rome: Total War – Alexander, already available for iPad, is now out for iPhone and Android.

It promises that the iPhone version will ‘deliver the full experience of the desktop version’…

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iOS games Stories October 4

Call of Duty Mobile overloads servers, becomes #1 iOS app in 100+ countries

Call of Duty Mobile has become the #1 iOS app in more than 100 countries after it exceeded 35M downloads across iOS and Android in its first three days

iOS games Stories October 1

Call of Duty Mobile is now available on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices, as promised last month. Unlike the earlier companion app, this is a full game experience.

Developed by Tencent Games’ award-winning TiMi Studios and published by Activision, Call of Duty: Mobile delivers the definitive free-to-play, first-person action experience on mobile. For the first time, players will play many of the most beloved maps, competitive modes, iconic characters and signature weapons from across the franchise, including the Modern Warfare and Black Ops universes, in one epic experience …

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Version of popular Subway Surfers game coming to Snapchat from today

Subway Surfers was highlighted by Apple as one of the most popular free iOS games last year, and Snap has announced that a multiplayer version is coming to Snapchat from today…

iOS games Stories August 29

Pokémon Masters now available on iOS and Android, but servers struggle to cope

We learned back in May that DeNA Co was working on a new game known as Pokémon Masters. It’s now available for download — but you may have a little difficulty playing it…

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