Best iPad Games of all time 2019 (Apple)…Full Game List

Need more enjoyment in your life? Here’s the full list of Best iPad Games.

Best iPad Games of all time 2019 (Apple)...Full Game List

  • Alto’s Odyssey
  • Bastion
  • Blek
  • Ticket to Ride
  • Leo’s Fortune
  • Invisible Inc.
  • Minecraft: Pocket Edition
  • Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery
  • Stranger Things 3: The Game
  • Mini Metro
  • Red’s Kingdom
  • The Witness

Alto’s Odyssey

Alto's Odyssey

Alto’s Odyssey trades in the bright, snowy, and colorful palette of the first game for a much warmer, darker environment. The desert while stunningly gorgeous feels harsher and less forgiving than the slopes Alto’s used to and the new landscape provides a plethora of new challenges for players to discover.


Bastion stands out among mobile RPG games for its impressive story, voiceover acting, and beautiful art design.  There are plenty of tasks to complete and upgrades to unlock before everything is said and done.


Blek is a simple game with intricate puzzles centered around touch-screen gestures and minimalistic art. Create patterns of movement to complete each level. It may not sound like much, but the game proved to be an excellent addition to the iPad’s stable of games.

Ticket To Ride

One of my favorite things about mobile gaming is being able to bring my favorite board games everywhere I go. Leave the boxes, the game pieces, and the cards at home, and enjoy classic board games on your iPad! Ticket to Ride is a personal favorite of mine. I have the board game to play with my family and friends, and I love the iOS version to take on the road.

The object of the game is for players to build sprawling railways by gathering colored cars to connect cities across the map. Every turn, a player gets to either pick two cars, claim a line by spending cars, or take on a new ticket. The longer the railway between two cities is, the more victory points they’re worth.

Leo’s Fortune

Leo’s Fortune is a cute platforming game for the iPad that features finely crafted stages with beautiful graphics and clever puzzles. The story is whimsical, but the little-mustachioed fluff ball takes it in stride.

What stands out to me about Leo’s Fortune is the gameplay physics. Making Leo float or sink to reach the precious gold coins is a nice break from the old side to side movement in a lot of platformers.

Clash Royale

Tower defense game Clash Royale is so popular that it’s become its. It combines elements from several different genres to make a fun multiplayer game on the go.

Invisible Inc.

Invisible Inc. was a game that took me by complete surprise. Considering this game relies on being sneaky, I suppose that means the jokes on me.

This turn-based stealth game randomly generates levels that you need to make your way through to complete objectives and avoid enemies. You can control ten unique characters through the perilous missions, and each of them has loads of customization options, making sure characters never get stale.

The gameplay is complex, and it does take a while to get used to the in-and-outs, but once you do I promise you hours of fun await.

Minecraft: Pocket Edition

Minecraft is a force that just won’t quit, the game’s original release on PC back in 2011 has spawned versions on every single console and platform you can think of, and the iPad was no exception.

Endless exploring, mining, and crafting await you in the 3D pixelated world, which offers almost limitless possibilities for what you can create. Just don’t forget to eat, drink water, or — y’ know — breathe.

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery

Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery is an adventure game with a spooky story and a unique, rather intoxicating soundtrack.

You can ask for help and lead your friends into the mystery of the Megatome and the Trigon Trifecta.

Stranger Things 3: The Game

As a huge fan of both the Netflix Original series and retro gaming, Stranger Things 3: The Game was like a match made in heaven.

Travel through Hawkins with your favorite characters from the series and use their unique weapons to battle enemies, complete quests, and solve the latest supernatural mystery in everyone’s favorite 80s town

Mini Metro

Do you ever look at your city’s public transportation and think you could design it better? Well, Mini Metro will let you try to create your subway system.

Minimalist in design but complex in its mind-boggling puzzles, Mini Metro provides hours of fun — even if for some of those hours you will be scratching your head.

Red’s Kingdom

Red’s Kingdom is a perfect craft adventure puzzle game that has a lot of depth. The goofy but heartwarming story with its colorful characters is bound to grab your attention, and the incredibly fun gameplay never seems to go stale as the game layers in plenty of elements to surprise you at every turn.

The Witness

If you’re looking for a challenging and beautifully designed open-world game, The Witness is a solid choice for any gamer.

You wake up on a mysterious island with no idea where you are or even who you are.

With more than 500 puzzles to find and solve and a vast island to explore, The Witness will keep you enthralled for hours on end.

Ticket to Earth

The story is litter with surprising plot twists, impactful characters, and a well-written narrative that will keep you invested in the rich world of New Providence and the people who populate the planet.

Plague Inc.

Plague Inc. is a fantastically fun strategy game where you play as a new virus infected the world. The game is to become so deadly and contagious that you infected and kill the entire population of earth.

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