10. Dissembler

This is not your run of the mill puzzler where you just match three or more tiles, and that’s the end of it. You have to remove all the tiles and leave a clean slate at the end of the game. The kicker is that the tiles you’ve already matched won’t be replaced by new ones -- so be careful what you match! Ian MacLarty’s Dissembler receives a Playscore of 9

9. Sdorica -sunset-

After four years of development, Rayark Games brings us into this storybook-like adventure. Throughout your adventures in a world in turmoil, you will be serenaded with music by one of DEEMO’s composer Chamber Chu. While you don’t have to spend any money, or watch ads on Sdorika -sunset-, it’s still filled to the brim with goodness -- from the story, to the gameplay, the graphics, and even the voice acting. It’s definitely as beautiful as the sunset and has a Playscore of 9.01

8. Hero Hunters

Up next is a team based battle royale from Hothead Games. Yeah, battle royales are pretty common these days, but in this one, you can switch between anyone in your team whenever you like during a firefight. That’s so handy when you want a new perspective of the battle. Don’t worry about having to carry the whole team of dumb AIs though, because in Hero Hunters, your artificially intelligent teammates are awesome. It has a Playscore of 9.02

7. Shadowgun Legends

The aliens have invaded! As one of the Legendary Shadowguns, it’s up to you to defend humanity. Recruit your real life friends so you two can fight side by side against the giant foes. After a whole day’s work of shooting down aliens, Shadowgun Legends also has social features that will let you interact with other players, buy from vendors, accept missions and talk to one another in the Hub Chat. It has a Playscore of 9.07

6. Cytus II

Here comes another Rayark game on this list. This is their fourth rhythm game, and all we can say is that they have definitely gotten the formula down. In this futuristic world, humans can now easily sync the real world with the internet world. In cyTus, there exists a mysterious, legendary DJ known as Æsir and he’s just announced an upcoming concert.. For a sure ticket to see him, you have to become the very best idol singer. The Cytus sequel receives a Playscore of 9.08

5. Space Pioneer

Lock and load your hi-tech weapons and get ready to crush your enemies in Vivid Game’s Alien RPG Shooter. Not only that, you can also explore new galaxies and planets with your trusty robot sidekick. Of course, to survive in these hostile environments, you have to be skilled and versatile. So upgrade your weapons and skills with the loot you gather in your travels in the infinite galaxy. Space Pioneer has a Playscore of 9.08

4. Part Time UFO

Okay so on this one, instead of travelling the galaxy, we are back on earth, only, we’re not human. We are an alien off to find some work because you know what, the bills don’t pay themselves. Wherever you go, there are plenty of little odd jobs waiting to be done, may it be helping out in a farm, holding up cheerleaders as they finish up their routines, or even cooking up a storm at a restaurant. If you’re feeling productive, but not really, Part Time UFO has a Playscore of 9.1

3. The Room: Old Sins

Fireproof Games is back with a much awaited sequel to their “The Room” series. Like its predecessors, The Room: Old Sins is a tactile puzzler with an enthralling story. After an ambitious engineer and his rich wife disappeared, suddenly, there was an interest in finding a precious artefact. If you love fiddling with levers, latches and all sorts of gizmos and uncovering mysteries, then this is the one for you. Currently, it has a Playscore of 9.2

2.Tiny Bubbles

Popping bubbles have never been so fun! With its whimsical, cartoony art style, Tiny Bubbles is a colorful puzzler where you tap the colored bubbles to make a new shade. If you mix too many colors together, you’ll end up with a brown bubble. There’s also an unpoppable shadow bubble you have to deal with every once in a while. You have to clear out the bubbles my matching four or more of the same color. Every now and then, Bloopers the fish will blow more bubbles to add to your existing bubbles. Challenging, but totally fun to play, it has a Playscore of 9.24

Before we unveil the best, here are the runner ups:

20. Supertype

It’s a word game and a physics game in one! Those two genres don’t always come together, but their combination is quite satisfying. It has a Playscore of 8.68

19. Alto’s Odyssey

The sequel to Alto’s Adventure takes us to the vast, unexplored desert! Like the predecessor, Alto’s Odyssey is beautiful to see, hear and play. It has a Playscore of 8.73

18. Up Left Out

If you love puzzlers and the minimalist aesthetic, this one’s for you. It’s perfect for short bursts of playtime and has a Playscore of 8.73

17. Darkness Rises

Descend into hell to save the world from succumbing into the darkness. NEXON’s hack and slash RPG has a Playscore of 8.76

16. Super Hydorah

This side-scrolling shooter will give you your dose of nostalgia. It reminds me so much of Space Impact, anyone else? It has a Playscore of 8.76

15. Meteorfall: Journey

Like all the other roguelikes, death is permanent. Don’t worry though, each time you play, it’s a whole new experience. It has a Playscore of 8.82

14. Istanbul: Digital Edition

Collect all the rubies you can with the help of your four assistants. Just be careful not to run out of help too fast though. It has a Playscore of 8.84

13. Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle

It’s a delight playing as this hockey masked killer terrorizing victims whether they may be in ski resorts, campgrounds, or even high security prisons. It has a Playscore 8.92

12. Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind

This is a mix of interactive storytelling and turn based strategy set in Glorantha, a mystical land where the laws of physics are secondary to the whims of the gods. It has a Playscore of 8.96

11. OVIVO

Travel through this mysterious black and white landscape, and collect strange symbols that could unravel the secret story behind this world. It has a Playscore of 8.97

And the best iOS game so far is Oddmar

Oddmar is looked down upon by the other vikings in his village because, well, he’s a bit of wimp. His village is giving him one last chance to be worthy to stay with them and even a place in Valhalla. What must he do to redeem himself? He must loot the forest and burn it to the ground. However, if he fails, he will be exiled, and the whole world will be doomed.

Even if you’re not a fan of platformers, we recommend you give Oddmar a try. Although it’s a bit short, we’re sure you will enjoy basking in it’s viking glory. It has a Playscore of 9.35