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The best indie games for iPhone and iPad (2017)



Independent games, also known as indie, are titles created by a single developer or by very small groups of developers with little financial support from distributors.

In recent years, indie games have had great popularity , especially on mobile platforms like the iOS App Store . In this article we will take a look at the best indie games for iPhone and iPad.



These indie iOS games belong to different categories. You will find everything a little! Adventure, platform, action, arcade games ... Let's get started!
The best indie games on the iOS App Store

Old Man's Journey

Old Man's Journey is a beautiful indie game for iPhone and iPad. It narrates an astonishing story of the life of an old man while it invites you to participate in different puzles in its scenes. It has a very good design and a great artistic section.

Never Alone: ​​Ki Edition

In this indie game you can control Nuna and Fox in their adventure by surviving all kinds of dangers. A platform game with excellent graphics and even better gameplay.

Alto's Adventure

Alto's Adventure is an endless runner type game in which you can handle different characters that are unlocked by challenges. You will have to use your snowboard to jump mountains, to overcome obstacles, to collect coins and to escape of your enemies.

Kingdom: New Lands

Kingdom: New Lands is a role-playing game where you have to discover everything for yourself. You will find mysterious objects and statues that will help you in your adventure. But you must figure out how to do it.

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery is an exploration adventure with retro style graphics. Much attention to his soundtrack, is impressive.

OXENFREE

To conclude, we recommend one of the latest indie games to get to the App Store. This is OXENFREE, a supernatural game set in 1980 that tells the story of a group of young people. Terrifying!

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