Any good games?

iOS and iPadOS Gaming
hi all, new member here, michal from Slovakia. I got my new iPhone 5c. what games do you recommend? for start, free, as i dont have Money to pay anything, right now. maybe some rpgs, or bop-it style games? and one question. how playable are those colour matching games like diamond crush, bubble Island, candy crush saga, and so on? thanks, and regards, Michal.



Submitted by Isaac Hebert (not verified) on Thursday, December 5, 2013

First there are games called stem stumper dice world solara and many more free games.

No, StemStumper is not limited. The catch is that there are ads displayed along the bottom… That's how they make their money. All you have to do is browse the categories on the Apple this website, and you'll see a games category. Looking to that, and you'll find hundreds of them… Well almost 100. As far as diamond dash, it's not exactly playable… And yet I hold the highest score Of anybody I know. My high score on DiamondDash is 958,950! I won the local tournaments last week and am number one on the global tournament for the Bronze league. I dare your cited friends to match that score, not that it is extremely high, since the highest scores 1.8 million… But it's a pretty good for a blind guy!

Submitted by Isaac Hebert (not verified) on Friday, January 24, 2014

chess wize, code name cygnus, De Steno games, dice world, fun blast trivia iAssociate 2, and racing live. O and the bubble island and diamond dash are not very accessible games.

Submitted by Clare Page on Friday, January 24, 2014

HI! Actually, it's not true to say that Diamond Dash and Bubble Island are inaccessible, but, in these two games, it's more luck than skill which makes blind players win lots of points, since we can't see the bubbles or the diamonds. For both these games, VoiceOver should be turned off during actual gameplay, but then we must toggle VoiceOver back on to see our scores.

Hi. Code Name Cygnus is actually a really cool game. It's voice activated, so listen to the directions as the game plays, and you'll get the hang of it. For an example, when you start playing, you're at a card table, to make sure you can be heard, the woman with the british acsent instructs you to request 2 cards. So you say, 2. and then the game goes on from there. You'll be given a choice of 2 ways you can handle a situation. Once you start playing, it'll all make more sense. Oh, I should add, if you're using iOS 7, the game might request the use of the microphone, and you'll definitely want it to do that, so answer yes and you can play it. You can also play

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