Papers Please iOS
Papers Please Compatible with iPad, not iPhone Devices, A reason that the game is only for the iPad is because the developer didn’t believe there was enough real estate on the iPhone to play the game. He tweeted out that it was “tight even on the iPad mini.” If that’s true, it should be interesting to see how the Vita version is implemented.
The simple interface of Papers, Please feels right at home on iPad. Playing the game in portrait mode just makes more sense, and the touchscreen is perfect for shuffling through papers and pointing out contradictions. It’s also an easy game to play in short bursts, as the in-game days only last a few minutes each, making it a good fit for a mobile device.
Games Like Papers Please iOS (iPhone)
#1 Cooking Craze – 2017
‘Cooking Craze’ is a speed game where players juggle cooking and serving food before the time runs out. Due to in app purchasing, online information, and advertising parental guidance is recommended for children aged 5-8 years.
Parents need to know that Cooking Craze is a cooking arcade game, and has no inappropriate content. (Although it does have you running a food truck that sells donuts and other snacks, so it might make you hungry for unhealthy foods.) Players can also use real-world money to buy boosts, longer playtimes, as well as improvements for your food truck.
The game infrequently offers the option of watching an advertisement to earn extra in-game money. The advertisements are full-screen, 30 second, un-skippable. Turning off the internet will prevent these advertisements being shown.
Developer: Big Fish Games, Inc
Rating : 4.7
Price : Free
- 50 Spoons $0.99
- 300 Spoons $4.99
- 650 spoons $9.99
- Special Bundle $12.99
- Special Bundle $6.99
- Special Bundle $1.99
- 1,700 Spoons $24.99
- Starter Pack $1.99
- Special Bundle $34.99
- Event Pack $2.99
#2 Peace, Death! – 2017
Work for Death! Become an employee of Apocalypse, Inc. – and send their clients to Heaven, Hell, or Purgatory! Peace, Death! is an arcade simulator that’s harder than it may seem at first glance!
This game is like Papers Please where the main objective is to send people to the right places, and to do that you have to examine everyone thoroughly. Initially it’s pretty easy to tell which one goes to where. Like people with horns always go to hell, demons of course must go to hell, and angels must go to heaven. But as the days went on, the more complex everyone is and the tougher it will get. They’ll add new rules, like “someone with blood stains and dangerous weapons on them must go to hell! But if they are willing to let their past sins go, they can go to purgatory” etc. But if you keep a sharp eye on everyone, you’ll be a master grim reaper in no time!
Developer: Azamat Bayzulaev
Rating : 4.8
Price : $0.99
Steam Price : 1.49$
#3 Nothing to Declare – 2016
The game Nothing to Declare will feature three different locations, the port, the airport and the parcel office. The users will take the role of a Customs Officers, who has to try an stop the entry of illegal, or prohibited goods, as well as making sure that undeclared goods are found.
When the mission starts, grab the contents of the weapons box and turn around – you also get a standard issue Roaches Dalton N90 pickup truck (the only Dalton N90 given to you in any Roaches sidemission). Hop in it and head straight down the runway ahead and just to the right of the target. You don’t get far before Razak warns you that the traitor has found himself a helicopter and is taking off. Floor it towards the point where he takes off from and get out of the truck once near the helipad. Grapple onto the helicopter and hijack it after reaching a reasonable altitude. The traitor will fall out and die upon hitting the ground.
Developer: Flying Squirrel Games Malta Ltd.
Rating : 3.7
Price : Free
Steam Price : $0.49
#4 Please Don’t Touch Anything – 2015
Please, Don’t Touch Anything is a cryptic, brain-racking button-pushing puzzle game.
The crazy things that happen in this game are the point of the experience: you mess around and try to solve things in order to discover all 25 of the game’s endings. You have a massive array of buttons and switches to manipulate, with different events that happen based on you discovering what they do. You have a few hints available to you on the warning screen on the top left, and occasionally scattered around the machine, which you just need to piece together. Those hints will help, but a lot of the game is discovery and doing things for yourself, mashing buttons until you cause things to happen.
The oppressive-looking desk job reminds me of Papers, Please (and so does the ‘please,’ obviously), but PDTA’s sense of humor makes it a bit more like The Stanley Parable, if you reduced Stanley’s repetitious adventures into buttons and switches.
Developer: ForwardXP, Inc.
Rating : 3.7
Price : $4.99
Steam Price : $4.99