Are you lost in a sea of apps for your iPhone, iPod, or iPad? There are tons of apps out there for iOS devices, but unfortunately it's hard to pick and choose the good from the bad when there are literally thousands. Thankfully Nerdiosity Adventures has you covered. I’ve sunk a lot of time into the following apps and the best thing about them is they’re free! So enjoy the list and don’t forget to download these gems today.
Final Fantasy Dimensions: Final Fantasy Dimensions has the look and feel of Final Fantasy VI, with a battle system similar to V. I wasn’t expecting much from a free Final Fantasy game, but it’s actually quite good and the touch controls work well. There is a catch though in that only the prologue is free and the whole game is $20. Still, that first hour is a great hook.
Life is Magic: Life is Magic uses your location data to randomly generate dungeons in a real time map of your surroundings. The game itself is a cross between a turn based RPG and a Dungeon crawler. The simple touch controls and beautiful visuals make this a seriously additive loot grinder.
Manga Reader: Do you love Manga, but don’t have enough room in your bag, or pocket to carry them around? Thankfully there’s an app for that. Essentially Manga Reader is a library of fan translated Manga, which you can then download. Who wouldn’t want 500 chapters of Naruto in their pocket? It may not be the most ethical, but that’s your call.
Punch Quest: Here’s another in a long line of endless runners. Throw in some 16-BIT graphics and a dash of RPG mechanics and Punchquest is one addictive romp. It’s a simple game, but its sense of style and catchy tunes make it one of the best endless runners out there.
Video Games Manager: Yes, there is an app simply named Video Games. Basically it’s an organizer to keep records of your video games. You can add pictures, rate the games, and even add notes. It’s not the flashiest app on the market, but it’s definitely a handy tool for collectors.