free iPhone puzzle games

The Room

The Room from Fireproof Games is a puzzle adventure title, and it has won several awards for being one of the most creative games on mobile today. The graphics are among the most visually impressive on the iOS and Android, but more than that, it’s the gameplay that will keep you coming back. Everything takes place in just one room, but as you’ll find out, it’s a huge game.

The Path To Luma

The Path to Luma from NRG Energy proves that games with a message can be enjoyable and entertaining. NRG Energy is a company devoted to clean energy, and they’ve come up with a cool game to get their point across. You play SAM, an androgynous robot whose objective is to remove pollution, harness sustainable energy while providing power for different planets.


Drop7 has been around for a while now, but game publisher Zynga has updated it for a new breed of gamers making it an always addictive title. The premise is simple and easy to learn, but mastering is difficult, so it’s another of those “just one more try” games that are so hard to put down.


94% is a puzzle game from developer Scimob, and if you’ve seen the Family Feud game show, you’ll have a pretty good idea of how it works. If not, the objective is to find the most popular answer given by 100 people who were polled for the question, hence the title 94%. It sounds simple enough, but there are some challenges here too.


ZigZag from developer Ketchapp is essentially a game that tests your reflex and hand – eye coordination. The objective is to help a marble ball move across a zigzag wall, all the while making sure it doesn’t fall off. The premise is simple and the mechanics are easy to grasp, but mastering the game is another matter altogether.


There are a lot of simple but addictive games on the iOS and Android, and one of those is definitely 1010 from developer GramGames. It’s got basic graphics and sounds, but that’s not what this is about, as it’s more about strategy and showing everyone you’re better at it. In a way it’s like Tetris, but this is no rip-off.


Dots is a simple color matching puzzle game, but developer Betaworks made sure that it offered more than other games in the genre in terms of fun. The game was actually the result of a happy accident, as it was brought about by interaction design experiments. No matter its origins, the result is very enjoyable.


Circix may not be the flashiest game on the iOS in terms of graphics, but this small puzzle game from developer Russell King is addictive in its own way. Once you get past the simple design, you’ll see that it’s a very engaging puzzler that will keep you occupied for a while.