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When in the App Store on the hunt for a new game to occupy your time, many of us go to the Arcade section, or hit up the Action section to see what’s new. Those categories are great and all, but an overlooked category needs some recognition for putting out some quality games.

The Simulation section may hold a lot of games that no one wants, but amongst the trash there are some fun games that have high replay value and will keep you busy when you’re bored or have a few moments to spare. Simulation games may not seem entirely fun, as you aren’t involved in the same way as you are with other games, but that’s a misconception; some of these games are really addicting.

If you’re looking for a new game to play, you can’t go wrong with seeing what’s new in the Simulation section. Here are seven addicting simulation games you have to download right now.

Pocket League Story

Developed by Kairosoft, this simulation soccer game takes you on a journey as you create your starting 11 players and grow your franchise into one of the greatest ever assembled. Train players, compete with rival clubs, and even build grand stadiums!

You can’t do that in Minecraft.

As this is a simulation, you don’t get to control your players directly, but you do influence how they play by training them and improving their skill. It’s fun and relaxing to watch the little characters run around on the pitch, and if you have an eye for talent, your squad should take the title in no time!

Pocket League Story is a great game because it’s repeatable; you can create unique teams every time, and create different strategies each time you create a new squad. At $4.99, this app is a bit pricey, but it’s worth the fiver.

If you’re reluctant to try it, there is a free version, although it’s features are limited.

Grand Prix Story

Another offering from Kairosoft, this game takes you through the evolution of a racing team as it grows from driving slow and simple cars in junky garages to Formula 1 cars in shiny new workspaces. As it is a simulation, you don’t get to control your cars directly, but you do influence how they perform by tweaking their parts and upgrading the cars as you go along.

You wouldn’t think that watching some cars race around a track would be fun, but it’s actually pretty entertaining, and it’s a fun game to play when you’re watching a boring movie or have a few minutes to play around.

Just like with Pocket League Story, Grand Prix Story is a game you can restart multiple times, creating different teams each time and have a unique experience.

This game costs a few bucks, but if you actually pay for an app and don’t delete it completely within a week, that’s a win. With Grand Prix Story, you may be playing this game for months.

Paper Toss

This baby has occupied a space in the App Store since June of 2009, and for good reason: it’s fun, challenging, and can be played over and over.

If your app is still alive and kicking in the App Store after seven years and still gets downloads, you’re doing pretty damn good. Backflip Studios came up with this doozy back in the day, and if you had an iPhone, you downloaded Paper Toss. It’s categorized as a simulation game, but it’s really an arcade game.

It’s a simple game, but incredibly fun and addicting; you’re just tossing balls of paper into a trashcan in various settings, but it’s perfect as is. If you need a fun game to distract you when you’ve got nothing going on, Paper Toss should do the trick.

Boom Boom Football

A pretty new addition to the App Store, this game is for fans of sports games who want something to play for a few minutes, then put down again. As it’s a simulation game, you don’t control your player’s movements, but this game does require your assistance; it’s your job to help your players complete passes, make amazing catches in traffic, and shut down opposing offenses with your punishing defense.

Customize your team, whether you’re designing your uniforms or picking up new players, and watch your team conquer all in it’s path.

For a grand total of zero dollars, you can’t go wrong with giving this game a try.

Boom Boom Soccer

If you’re not an American football fan, you’re in luck, because the people behind Boom Boom Football came up with an alternative using another foot-and-ball related sport: soccer. Help convert clutch passes, score blistering goals, and create your dream team with this simulation game that is taking the App Store by storm.

Considering that it’s free, there’s no point in not giving this game a run.

Pixel Gun 3D

This game is played in a Minecraft-like world, but don’t let that make you think this game is just a bore where all you do is move blocks around. As it’s name implies, you’re going to do some shooting in this game.

You play in a 3D world where everyone and everything is centered around square shapes, and you can choose to compete against other players around the world, or see how long you can last all by yourself, surrounded by hordes of monsters.

It’s currently free in the App Store, but with it’s rising popularity, who knows how long that can last.

Goat Simulator

Okay, this one may sound ridiculous, but take a moment to watch the game’s trailer. It’s hilarious; a goat just running around, causing tons of havoc, and that’s pretty much it.

Coffee Stain Studios is behind this gem, and they know how much of a joke it really is; in the game’s details, you will find this disclaimer: “Goat Simulator is a completely stupid game and, to be honest, you should probably spend your money on something else such as a hula hoop, a pile of bricks, or maybe pool your money together with your friends and buy a real goat.”

This game is a great outlet if you’re having a bad day, as you can just be a goat and tear stuff up and make everyone else’s life miserable, or if you need some goat-related stimulation, this simulation is a solid choice. Unfortunately, it costs $5, but if you’ve got that laying around, you might as well go for it.

Simulation games don’t get enough attention in the App Store, but that can change as developers come up with new ideas, or improvements on old ideas, but as the App Store continues to grow, maybe games like these will take simulation games into the forefront of consumers’ minds.

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