A while ago we did a series highlighting top apps of the month. This new video column took a bit of hiatus but it’s now back stronger than ever thanks to your positive feedback. This installment rounds up the best free games for iPhone and iPad released in February 2019.

For the month of February, we picked the following free games.

  • Squish Machine: Survive the squish, a machine designed only for squishing slow pokes who can’t turn it off in time.
  • Gravitapapper: A cave runner game in futuristic setting with ambient music, cool stylish graphics and random level generation.
  • Starlit on Wheels: Super Kart: Welcome to the ride of your life with the heroes from Starlit Adventures: Bo and Kikki.

Watch the video embedded below in which our video guy Harris Craycraft shows off these cherry-pick games and see if you might like them enough to hit the Download button.

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If you don’t have the time to sit through Harris’s five-minute video presentation, then be sure to read our quick description of each title further below.

In this action puzzler, you must stop the machine before it stops you. Squish Machine offers 144 quick, bite-sized levels to progress through with sixteen cute characters to unlock. You’ll appreciate vibrant, fun visuals and upbeat sound design.

A cave runner game in futuristic setting with ambient music, cool stylish graphics and random level generation and nine visual themes. The game is powered by impressive Unreal Engine 4 graphics that delivers buttery-smooth performance at 60 FPS in native resolution.

Confront breathtaking tracks and obstacles and be challenged by enemies and creatures from the Starlit universe in championships full of fun and adventure.

Drive remarkable cars with special powers, upgrade your vehicles, collect rewards, assemble a trophy room and create your own tracks that other players can race and evaluate

Any IAPs?

We did not take into account any games released before February 2019, updates to existing games nor titles which cost money to download. While the three games listed above do include In-App Purchases, they’re completely optional and don’t ruin the experience.

You may agree or disagree with our list, depending on whether you’re into these specific genres and titles. Before you slam us in comments, keep in mind that we specifically cherry-picked these free releases among many new titles that were released throughout February.

What were your favorite top free iOS games in February?

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