Whether you’re a lover of simulation games – games where you pretend to do the things you can do in real life, from driving a truck to running an ice cream stand – or not, it’s impossible deny them the perfect way out. Score points by dropping a goat around, becoming a long-distance truck driver or growing and running a farm – all from the comfort of your couch.
There are so many simulation games out there for you to choose from, so how do you choose between the great ones and the games that are not so great? We know the regret for the download is real, so we’ve picked some of the best emulator games for iPhone, meaning you don’t have to waste time browsing the app store. There’s something for everyone on our list, from animal-themed sims to games that let you experience life really like inside Fall outVault’s.
Not in the mood for a simulation game? Instead, take a look at our compilation of the best iPhone games.
Don `t go!
Walking Simulator has always been fun, but nothing more, nothing less Don `t go!, a “silly walking simulator” that turns your in-game thumb into your foot. Walk around, avoid obstacles and reach your destination quickly – but be careful! Obstacles range from lego blocks to household items and even dog droppings, and the game is surprisingly challenging. Along the way, you’ll unlock 50 different types of shoes, which add to the lifespan of the game – and you can save live action replays to share silly walking disasters or stories its success with friends.
Fallout Shelter It’s been out for a while, so if you haven’t played, there won’t be a time like the present. Protect your bunker residents from the dangers of Wasteland and take control of the most modern underground tunnel. Add different types of rooms to attract new residents with a combination of skills, find them the perfect job for their abilities and send them out exploring the Wasteland, bringing back loot, armor and weapons. When you start building your vault, it’s amazing how much time this game can get – and it’s completely free to play, despite in-app purchases.
Euro Truck Evolution
Have you always dreamed of being transported by road around the world with nothing more for the company but your trusty helmet, the open road that stretches out in front of you? Euro Truck Evolution dream of trucking to Europe, where long, peaceful journeys through the European countryside provide a surprisingly relaxed feeling. Visit cities across France, Spain, Germany and more as you complete deliveries and earn cash to spend on upgrading your trucks – or even buy a trendy new one. Multiplayer mode adds a new challenge level, where you can show off your truck and match your delivery skills with friends. With realistic day / night cycle and weather, as well as traffic AI, this is a real real trucking simulator that fans American truck simulation will love.
Goat Simulator ($ 3)
There has to be a ridiculous game on every list – and in this case, it is Pretend goat. It’s a goat. Do goat-y things. Oh, and cause as much destruction as possible along the way. The game’s ragdoll physics and movable objects make it easy to walk around, destroy things and generally have a long time ago. Pretend goat is also full of bugs, mostly hilarious ones that add to the utter madness of the game. Just get it; We promise you won’t regret it.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a comfortable replacement for New horizonsand a great little free game for franchise participants. Design your own mini campsite complete with cabins and camper, and choose from over 1,000 pieces of furniture, from beach hammocks to leopard print benches. Along the way, you can make friends with over 100 quirky animals and invite them to your website for scavenger hunts, fishing competitions and themed events. seasonal. The game is free to download with in-app purchases.
Terraria ($ 5)
A delight for fans of the PC and console versions – and a pleasant experience even for those new to the game, Terraria is a procedurally created sandbox that allows you to build, battle, and explore a vast world in the quest for fame and fortune. Recent updates have made sure the mobile game offers an experience comparable to the PC version, with a choice of small, medium, or large worlds and a range of game modes, items, and enemies. There’s also support for Bluetooth gamepads, if you prefer a controller over using your touchscreen.
Stardew Valley ($ 5)
The simulator, the farming role-playing part, Stardew Valley is a surprisingly charming little game. Adorable pixel art, a bunch of animals to make friends and take care of, and your own farm to manage – what could be better? Build and grow your farm, meet new characters and make friends, raise animals and crops, and join the world to defeat scary monsters. Stardew Valley is filled with mini-games and activities, so there’s always work to do and new seasonal plants to grow. This is a great game to lose yourself, and when you start you will find it quite addictive.
Far: Lone Sails ($ 4)
If you have ever played walking simulation like Firewatch on PC you will love Far: Lone Sails. Yes, the pace is slow – and yes, it’s a short game – but this game is an experience in every sense of the word, as you come across a bleak, post-apocalyptic desert-like setting. Your duties? Keep your vehicle moving no matter what and get to your destination. Along the way, you will modify your vehicles to overcome natural hazards and obstacles, battle in dangerous weather conditions and explore a beautiful abandoned world, explore the Ruins and ruins tell the story of a destroyed civilization. It’s an experience that will stay with you long after you finish the game.
Evil Hunter Tycoon
A less realistic emulator than most of our list, Evil Hunter Tycoon Allows you to design, develop and maintain your own little town on the outskirts of bad lands. The lord of darkness has brought destruction to the world and you must complete four missions to restore order: rebuild your town, raise powerful hunters to fight monsters, seek revenge and out there to explore new worlds. Basically, you’re running the economy here, sending warriors out to destroy monsters, buy loot from them when they return, refine it into merchandise, hoard stores of you, then resell to power up your warriors. Build facilities that help you raise powerful hunters, like the Bounty Hut that offers hunters special monster hunting quests or Training Yard that help them level up quickly. If you get bored playing alone, you can even join Guild and combine forces for Boss Raids and team quests.
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