Top 10 Best Open World iOS Games of All Time

Top 10 Best Open World iOS Games of All Time

Opening our list for the Top 10 Open World
Games on the iOS is Gangstar Rio: City of Saints This entry for the Gangstar series is set
in Rio de Janeiro where the mission based story will take you to five different neighborhoods:
the favelas, business district, beaches and even the jungle. You’ll have hours and hours of fun with
60 different missions, and even some random events thrown into the mix. The fun doesn’t stop there because you’ll
be able to play with many different weapons including: handguns, rifles, bazookas, grenades,
and a freaking explosive football. You can make your character reflect your style
through the unlockable shirts, pants, hats, glasses and more. The game also features some rad tunes while
you’re playing. Access the awesome music that comes with the
game through the in-game radio channels that broadcast hip hop. Electro, funk and tracks from artists like
M.I.A, Bonde do Role, and MV Bill. This game is truly a worthy sequel in the
Gangstar line up as it improves on its predecessors by showcasing Rio de Janeiro in a way that
makes it seem big and very unique. This fun to play game has a Playscore: 7.9 9. Goat Simulator
Ever wonder what life would be like if you were a goat? Worry no longer with Coffee Stain Studios’
Goat Simulator. Sure, it’s probably one of the buggiest
games out there, and the graphics are not really what you call top-notch… but you
get to play in a world where there are absolutely no rules. You can headbutt a car, lodge yourself into
space with a rocket, be the prom queen and cause all the other mayhem you want to induce
into the unfortunate little town you are playing in. This game may be downright stupid, but at
least you’ll get to brag to your friends that you’re an alpha goat with all of the
destruction points you are getting in this game. There’s really no point in playing this
game except for collecting achievements — not your everyday boring achievements, but cool
achievements like the one you get for jumping on a trampoline for a few times, playing flappy
goat, or human sacrifice. If you have an absurd sense of humor, then
you’ll surely enjoy this game that has a Playscore: 7.94 8. Simple Planes This app from the developers behind Jundroo
is not as simple as the name implies. This game can actually teach you the very
basics of building actual planes. It’s the very definition of edutainment. You can build planes by snapping its parts
together, designing the wing sections, and attaching the engines. After you’re happy with your custom plane,
you can test how it flies with realistic physics. How the plane is designed actually matters
to how well it’s going to fly. Weak parts might break off easily mid-flight
because of over-stressing or if it hits something. However, if you have the skills, you might
still be able to fly even with a missing wing. If you’re extra proud of your creation and
you want to share it with the world, you can! Rise through the ranks of airplane builders
and become a gold level builder. If you’re not so keen with building your
own plane, you can download over 50 000 airplanes from world war 2 bombers to sci-fi spaceships. This game for flight aficionados has
a Playscore: 8.06 7. Lineage 2: Revolution Lineage 2: Revolution is an MMORPG from Netmarble
that is such a treat for the eyes — all thanks to the stunning visuals powered by the Unreal
Engine 4. There is just so much beauty to behold in
this large scale, open-world combat game. You might think that all this awesome graphics
might hinder the multiplayer mode, but this game can hold 200 players battling in real
time on a single screen — which is awesome when you wanna form clans and guilds with
your friends so you can raid dungeons, beat boss monsters, and compete with other players
around the world together. While customizing your character isn’t this
game’s forte, you can still choose between four races: human, elf, dark elf, and dwarf. Then you can pick to be one of the three classes:
warrior, rogue,aan mystic. This game is perfect for chill gamers who
just want to relax and let the game play itself with the auto-questing feature. This is exceptionally handy when you just
don’t want to grid and just focus on winning PvP battles. We also have our own review of this game,
so check that video out if you want an in-depth view of this game. This game has a Playscore: 8.16. 6. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas You remember what life was like in 2004? Back when life was a little calmer? No need to travel time to feel like a kid
playing Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas again. If you have never played this game on the
PC before, now’s the perfect time to get to know life in San Andreas, a mixture of
Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas on your iOS device. The 6th entry on our list is a mobile port
of the famous Rockstar title. The game receives a bit of an update on the
visual department with remastered graphics, enriched colour palette and enhanced character
and car models. Come back to the chaotic city of Los Santos,
San Andreas as Carl Johnson also known as CJ. After you’ve been gone for five years, returning
only after your mom’s death,you find that your family has fallen apart, and your friends
are all on a dark path of gang trouble, drugs, and corruption. Where will CJ go from here? Steal a plane? Work out at the Gym? Take over gang territory? This game is well-loved for a reason. It has a Playscore: 8.32. 5. Portal Knights “Craft your adventure. Forge your hero. Become the ultimate Portal Knight.” Escape reality with this award winning 3D
sandbox role playing game developed by Keen Games and published by 505 Games. Play as a warrior, ranger, or mage as you
explore the islands and bring back peace to a world that has been torn apart by The Fracture. The islands are randomly generated so every
game is a new experience. Level up your character, and gather resources
to craft your gear and make them more awesome. You’ll need to have powerful gear to defeat
your enemies and bosses in real-time strategic combat The fun doesn’t stop there, however. This game has a colorful cast of non-playable
characters who inhabit the land, who you can then complete quests for or recruit to your
home. Playing with friends is also not a problem
as up to 4 players can play with a shared wifi or you and 3 of your friends could have
a private server all to yourselves. Play for hours and hours and get lost in this
game that has a Playscore: 8.4. 4. Radiation Island This mysterious survival adventure game by
Atypical Games is set in a strange island with lots of natural and mutated predators,
radiation, anomalies and harsh weather. Your character must survive this inhospitable
island after being stranded in this parallel, alternate reality because of the Philadelphia
Experiment. It’s not all bad though, this IOs Exclusive
is not only compellingly ambitious, it is breathtakingly beautiful, and gigantic. There are huge forests in this game where
you will find wolves, bears and mountain lions. You can investigate ghost towns and abandoned
military compounds where zombies lurk guarding tools, weapons and curious clues. While you can have a grand time swimming and
diving as you are avoiding hungry crocodiles, you must also attend to your own needs like
hunger, by hunting wild animals, fishing and foraging. You will also need to construct your own shelter
and craft your own weapons, tools, and even basic vehicles. Always remember that even in this parallel
world, the world is filled with danger in the day, but more so at night. So, keep warm, keep safe, and survive. This game has a Playscore: 8.53. 3. Terraria Terraria is a pretty faithful mobile version
of the PC game of the same name. It has the same graphics, enormous open-world
maps, and hours of fun to be had. This is a sandbox survival game released by
505 games set in a randomly generated world. The elements remain the same, but with each
new game, you won’t know where the different biomes, the large dungeon, the floating islands,
or the caverns that contain chests, valuable materials, and dangerous monsters are. With each new game, you will have to explore
the world by walking on land, or mining your way into the depths. You need to explore because you need to mine
the materials you will need to craft items that will make your character stronger and
be able to fight the 5 difficult bosses of the game. There are more than 200 items, such as tools,
weapons, and home decorations like chandeliers and bookcases to craft. Build swiftly because your character can’t
survive the night with zombies lurking about out in the open. You will also have to build homes for NPCs
who will arrive in your life as your game progresses. This game has a Playscore: 8.55. 2. The Blockheads This survival game from Majic Jungle Software
will have you create your own world or explore an infinite number of worlds filled with oceans,
caves, deserts, mountains, forests, and floating sky islands you can traverse. You can find towering cliffs, sprawling caverns,
and a variety of biomes. You will need to explore these worlds so you
can gather resources which you will use to craft, build and then trade streak trains,
electric elevators, jet packs, titanium swords, carbon fiber armor and more. You can also build your own massive structures. This game is playable offline in single player
mode, but the multiplayer mode is filled to the brim with fun. You can explore a thousand other worlds hosted
by other players, trade your goods with your friends, or battle your enemies in the PVP
mode. What differentiates this title from other
games in this subgenre is that it utilizes a side-scrolling perspective. Your Blockheads are also extra needy because
hunger, sleep and environmental factors like the time of day and the weather will affect
their efficiency. Plus, there’s always new content, and this
game is ever evolving. This super immersive game has a Playscore:
8.55. And the best Open World game on the IOs is
Junk Jack X This 2D Sandbox game from Pixbits is set in
a randomly generated world filled with monsters, hidden treasures, and beautiful landscapes
— every adventure is always a new experience. It’s a real eye candy because of its polished
pixel graphics, full retina display, and its vibrant coloured lighting engine that is sure
to help you enjoy every minute you spend in Junk Jack’s worlds. There’s a Creative mode where you are free
to create anything and everything you can imagine. There are more than 1000 crafts to build,
like explosives, shelves, signs, and many more to keep you crafting. You can farm more than 70 plants, including
alien and exotic plants. There’s also an Adventure mode where you
can travel between 12 different planets each with their own interesting environments filled
with liquids that will stop you on your tracks like lava, or help you explore, like a surface
lake you can swim. Your exploration will be rewarded by more
than 2000 treasures to find, and tamable animals like cats, dogs, and many other critters. Be careful though, because there are also
more than 270 creatures and monsters that won’t be quite as friendly. If you’re looking for an open world game
that’s worth every cent, get one that has a Playscore: 8.59.

33 thoughts on “Top 10 Best Open World iOS Games of All Time

  1. Early

  2. Great vid!

  3. Wow

  4. FOUR ❤❤


  6. 6th

  7. Ты че русская ? Почему так странно Сан-Андрес выговариваешь?

  8. Wait what?! Why blockheads and not minecraft?! LMAO

  9. Last time I played Blockhead it was P2W. Is it still P2W?

  10. You're making a list about the best open world games and you're not even mentioning Minecraft, one of the centuries most influencial games.

  11. Minecraft is the best..!!

  12. Are you good wher is minecraft


  14. Weare iš minecraft

  15. And Oceanhorn ?

  16. Make video about 10 best free openworld games

  17. sayen andhreuas
    lose suantose

  18. Dont starve pocket edition?

  19. 0:57 NANI ???

  20. You missed Payback²

  21. Goat sim is free on android but ios is paid…….

  22. Where is battle cats and Minecraft

  23. Here's our UPDATED Top 25 FREE OFFLINE iOS Games list:

  24. Yeah blockheads sucks now because they’re asking for money to join servers, because of that I lost all of my friends on that app and I haven’t felt the same after that— just to let u know— and it sucks :/ they used to use tc (time crystals) to get servers, but ever since they started charging money it just was not worth it at all

  25. What a coincidence, I'm watching this exactly 1 year after this came out

  26. No Minecraft !!!

  27. Blocksheads . I totally forgot the name like 3 years ago!

    Edit: it’s basically terraria except a little different.

  28. Honest and non greedy developers should put a label “no loot boxes & no micro transactions “ or “cosmetic micro transactions only” on their game cover, that could be the equivalent of “bio” label for aliments.

  29. Block head is technicallyyyy a rip off🤨

  30. oh sh#t here we go again xd

  31. Blockheads fuelled my childhood before I got minecraft

  32. Um waithing for Minecraft on number 0 spot,… WAITHING FOR IT

  33. I really thought there be Minecraft in this list who else…?

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