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Worst Free Games in the AppStore

Here are the worst games in the AppStore Top 150

The App Store Top Charts is the place where most of us go to find what’s new, what’s good, and what’s popular in terms of applications. The Featured section in the App Store is a joke, and no app I’ve downloaded at the recommendation of Apple has ever lasted more than an hour on my phone; if you want to download the best apps out there, you gotta check the Top Charts.

If you’re looking for free games in the Top Charts section, you’re going to find a mix of App Store staples (Angry Birds, Temple Run, Candy Crush) and new additions (Defend the Planet, Goal Finger, Merged), but you’re going to see a lot of free games that are not worth your time. To help save your precious time and data, we are going to go over a list of the 10 worst free games in the App Store Top Charts.

Without further delay, let’s get started.

10 - CLUE Bingo by Storm8 Studios

This game is free, but I would highly recommend not downloading it. Ranked 136th out of 150 apps on the Top Charts, this app combines an old game with a game old people love, which is an utterly awful combination, and makes for a terrible game.

How does this game even work? How do you guess who killed who and where while you’re trying to mark off a bunch of random numbers?

Well, first off, you’re playing Bingo, which is undoubtedly one of the most boring games imaginable. Once you get Bingo, you’re rewarded with a clue.

Ah, the pieces are coming together, but it’s still lacking anything close to ‘fun’. As you play Bingo and collect clues, you’re closer and closer to figuring out who shed the blood, but at no point do you enjoy any of it.

Tap your finger on the screen, hold it, select delete. Next.

9 - Slots Free Casino House of Fun by Pacific-Interactive Ltd

Slots can be fun to play now and then, but only in real life and if you’ve got some extra cash to throw around. Playing free slots that don’t reward you with real currency - I think we’ll pass.

8 - Angry Birds POP! by Rovio Entertainment Ltd

Rovio Entertainment has been the golden child of the App Store, what with the astronomical success of Angry Birds, but this app is one the company’s worst offerings. It’s basically the love child of Angry Birds and Candy Crush, only it’s nowhere near as fun as either of those games.

You use a slingshot to pop bubbles that are propping up some pigs, the eternal enemy of the birds, but at no point do you ever wish you’d gotten to this game before. It takes the birds, which are popular, tries to mesh it with another popular game, but the end result leaves much to be desired.

It’s fun for little kids, as they’ll love the cutesy animation, but for anyone else, this 104th-ranked app isn’t cutting it.

7 - ER Surgery Simulator by TabTale Ltd

Ranked at 96 overall, this app doesn’t deserve to be in the Top 100, let alone the Top Charts. You play as a surgeon, obviously, and perform procedures and surgery on patients, and you can perform open heart surgeries, do C-sections, and even perform brain surgery.

You’d think this game would be super gross and gory, and while it may not be on that level, it’s not the most appropriate game, at least for children. Given it’s animation, it seems to be targeted towards adventurous kids, but that doesn’t mean kids should play this game, even if they manage to squeeze out some fun.

It tries to merge graphic surgery and cute animation, which is something that will never work.

6 - Racing in Car by Caner Kara

Arguably the least creative name ever assigned to an app, this 59th-ranked app must have cheated it’s way into the Top Charts.

Here’s part of the game’s description: “Sick of endless racing games with third person perspective? Racing in Car is the best mobile racing game you have been looking for. You drive your car in cockpit view through the endless traffic and realistic environment.”

No one is sick of third person view in racing games - that’s the whole point actually, so you can see the car you’ve been upgrading, and admire how awesome it looks, as well as maneuver it effectively. Who wants to stare at some poorly generated hands gripping an even worse looking steering wheel inside a car you can’t even admire from the outside?

Oh, and you’re not even really racing - you’re simply guiding your car through lazy traffic. Words like “exhilarating”, “fun”, or phrases like “this is totally worth my time” and “best game ever” do NOT apply here.

5 - Quiz Tales by Krabwerk

Taking the 103rd spot in the Top Charts, this trivia game looks like it could be fun, but if you download it, it won’t stay on your phone for very long. It’s a trivia game where you play as an animal character and basically battle other characters in trivia games on a variety of topics.

Pretty normal trivia game, but it tries to make it more fun by adding action animation and the ability to customize the look of your character - pretty useless stuff, really. Quiz Tales is one of those free apps you won’t tell your friends you downloaded.

4 - Hill Climb Racing by Fingersoft

When I saw “Hill Climb Racing”, I instantly thought this would be a fun game, and gave it a download. I think it’s safe to say that the title of this 105th-ranked app is a bit misleading, as the “hills” you climb are just lazy inclines and declines; it’s just one of your run-of-the-mill slider games.

With 230 reviews and a 4.5 star rating, don’t let the consumer reviews trick you into downloading this flop of an app. If you do, it’s no biggie because it’s worth literally zero money, so it’s not the end of the world if your finger slips and you download it.

3 - My Talking Tom by Outfit7 Limited

Remember the Tamagotchi? Well, imagine an iPhone version of that, and you’ve got My Talking Tom.

All you’re doing with this 108th-ranked app is taking care of a virtual cat that acts like a human. If you’re a four year old girl, then this free game is going to be your jam; for the rest of us, it’s not worth the few moments it takes to download.

2 - slither.io by Steve Howse

An iPhone remake of the classic mobile phone game Snake, slither.io currently holds the number one spot in the App Store Top Charts. That’s extremely high, considering the lack of fun you’ll have playing this game.

All you do is slither around and avoid hitting other snakes or a wall, and as your snake grows and gets longer, it becomes even more difficult to slither around, but after you die a few times, this game just reminds you how lame Snake was back in the day.

How a simple graphics upgrade got this app to the very top of the Top Charts is beyond me, but don’t let it’s ranking fool you.

1 - Doggy Box by Mickey Lacoste

This game tries to capitalize on the trend of making characters in apps look boxy, and while it kinda works, this game isn’t going to stay on your phone for more than a few plays, that is if you download it by mistake. All you do is tap the left or right side of the screen to make the boxy dog move (it’s face is actually the dog Snapchat filter) as it tries to avoid a wall with spikes that follows the dog as you move along.

I tried it, died a lot, and at no point did I wish I’d found this game before; ranked at 99 overall, this game somehow snuck it’s way into the Top Charts.

There are 150 apps in the Top Charts for free games at one time, but not all of them are deserving of such a ranking. Surely, apps like these will continue to slide themselves into the Top Charts, but as long as they are free, no one gets hurt.

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