PlayDead's "Inside" has an impressive visual style that shines on the iPhone and iPad.
As Apple continues to improve the iPhone, more gamers are turning their smartphone into their primary gaming device.
While mobile games are often considered less important than their counterparts on expensive video game consoles, developers have taken notice of the growing audience on iPhone and are bringing more premium games to the App Store.
The iPhone X and XS have shown that they're capable of running some of the most popular games on consoles as well, like "GRID Autosport" and "Fortnite," the latter of which lets iPhone players join with friends on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
As Apple continues to pack the iPhone with ever more powerful chips and graphics performance, gamers are starting to view their smartphones as a preferred device for video games.
Eager developers are working to capitalize on the growing mobile video game market, and the quality of games available on the iPhone is steadily increasing. Whereas mobile games were once considered inferior to their counterparts on expensive video game consoles, today's smartphones are capable of running some of the most popular video game titles, like "Grid Autosport" and "Fortnite." Upgrades in technology have also made it easier for players on mobile to enjoy online play, making space for new types of multiplayer games.AdvertisementDevices like the iPhone X and iPhone XS now have the strength to render impressive 3D graphics too, which has helped developers bring popular games that were previously limited to consoles and PC to the App Store. With a mix of 3D games that have been optimized for iOS, and indie titles that employ a unique style for smartphones, the iPhone has no shortage of great looking games.
Here's a collection of the best looking iPhone games you can find in the App Store today: