iPhone 7 AR Games 2017: Augmented Reality has taken the world by storm. For those who don’t know what AR is, it provides you with a virtual view of a real-world environment? This new-age technology uses elements such as video and GPS to enhance your reality data.
With a futuristic content, smartphone game developers are extensively using this technology to develop new games. Here are the best Augmented Reality Games for iPhones.
Unless you are living under a rock for the past 5 weeks, it is not possible that you haven’t heard about this game. This AR based game has certainly taken the world by storm since its debut in July. Combining our childhood’s famous cartoon Pokemon with the new age technology, the game uses your smartphone’s GPS tracking system to track you and help you find Pokemon near you. The game is only released only in 35 countries right now but still has managed to create a sensation all around the world.
The original AR based game which formed the base for the development of Pokemon Go was Ingress. This location-based game is available for free download to your iPhone over the iOS App Store. The game involves people to travel to a certain location to choose between two opposing groups – Resistance and Enlightened group to battle. A player goes out extensively to hack and build different game portals and is massively popular among fans of scavenger hunt groups.
Another very popular Augmented Reality themed location based game is the Clandestine Anomaly. The game is available for free on the iOS App Store but you would require having in-game purchases to proceed to higher levels. This game involves users to battle with a number of different alien spaceships through their device’s camera. The players find themselves embroiled in between an inter-galactic conflict and require them to do the battle and find clues through GPS to win the battles and escape back.
Developed by YII Universal Elite Ltd, Real Strike has become everyone’s favorite location based AR Game since its release. The game brings into life the real first person shooting game experiences with the help of your device’s camera, turning all your nearby location into some sort of small military base. Only available on iPhone and other iOS devices, Real Strike was the first ever FPS shooting game ever developed using Augmented Reality concept.
Mambo Studios hit a jackpot when they launched Paintball as an AR based smartphone gaming app for iOS devices. The rules of the game are very simple. Damage your opponents as much as you can with your paint gun, coloring them with different color shades. All you have to do is specify your opponents with any shirt color of your choice to get them detected and then shoot paint balls as soon as you see them. Using the Augmented Reality technology, this game can be played for multiple users also in a short space also.