Best Game Apps to Kill Time

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Are you are waiting for your bus to arrive? Feeling bored while stuck in a queue at your bank? Running out of shampoos to read while in the toilet? You can always turn to your smartphone for some entertainment. To help you, we have prepared a list of Best Game Apps to Kill Time.

Both Android users and iOS users can browse the Google Play Store and Apple App Store for these great apps to help them pass the time. Here are 7 of the best iPhone games and other apps that you can download and play on your smartphone. To top it off, they’re all free. Download and enjoy them today and thank us later!

WordBubbles

WorldBubbles is a digital take of the old school word search game with a certain modern twist. You are given a set of letters, and all you need to do is to slide your finger along the letter bubbles to spell the correct words. The app has over 400 levels that get harder as you progress, as well as daily challenges.

Peak

Peak is one of those brain-training app developed in collaboration between neuroscientists and gaming experts to help you build up and train your cognitive skills. You can play over 30 quick games with in-depth statistics to help you track your progress. The game difficulty goes hand in hand with your in-game skills, so you are always challenged.

Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector

Neko Atsume is the purr-fect game app for every cat lover out there. All you need to do in this game is to set toys and food out in your virtual backyard. When you turn on the app later, you can find your screen full of cats of different sizes, shapes, and colours. You can aim to attract rare felines to your home and then take photos of the visiting cats.

Timberman

Timeberman is a lumberjack-themed retro arcade-style game that’s both simple and infuriating. As the eponymous woodcutter, you need to fell down trees moving from one side of the trunk to the other avoid falling branches. As you progress, you are given the opportunity to unlock certain special characters like The Hulk. This game app will have you playing more than just one level!

2048

The second brain-training app on our list can give your brain the much-needed workout. All you need to do is just keep swiping the tiles in an effort to reach the number 2048 and try not to end the game too soon.

Bubble Wrap

If you are one of those people that just can’t get enough of popping bubble wrap, then this is the ideal app for you. The app has different ways of popping the bubbles.

StumbleUpon

If discovering new content is your thing, then you’ll definitely get addicted to this app. It can help you discover entertaining articles, videos, photos, news, quotes, art, travel tips and much more from the entire web with a single click of a button.