Gaming Game Play & Streaming Top 5 iPhone Game Developers by Priya Viswanathan Writer Former Lifewire writer Priya Viswanathan has more tan 10+ years experience writing about technology. She is an expert on tablets and mobile devices and apps. our editorial process Priya Viswanathan Updated on December 11, 2019 Apple/Mac Developers Conference. Justin Sullivan / Getty Images Game Play & Streaming Consoles & PCs Cheats & Codes Gaming Services Game Play & Streaming Mobile Gaming Tweet Share Email There are innumerable iPhone gaming apps currently available in the App Market. Developing gaming apps can be a huge job for coders, who work day and night to create just one app for users’ entertainment. Here is a list, not of the best iPhone games, but of the top game developers for the Apple iPhone. 01 of 05 Gameloft Gameloft What We Like Fun games. Easy to play. High-quality games. What We Don't Like Can be very difficult. In-game purchases. Gameloft is probably the most popular, as also the most impressive, game developer for the iPhone. Known for creating several oft-played games such as Bejeweled, Puzzle Bobble, and Brain Age, Gameloft has also been releasing regular updates on classics such as Uno, Breakout, Battleships, and many of its iPod games as well. Gameloft’s masterpiece is indisputably the Platinum Sudoku, which is also quite reasonably priced. Gameloft is one developer that has made and continues to make a huge contribution to Apple’s gaming apps. 02 of 05 MobileAge MobileAge What We Like Large variety of games. Good graphics. Highly customizable. What We Don't Like Puzzles can be very difficult. Works on iPhone only. Cheesy side effects. MobileAge, known for its Shanghai Mahjong, is the other most popular game developer for the iPhone. Not only does it come with great graphics and visuals, but it also offers the user a number of customizable options to choose from. Their Blackjack 21 has also become very sought-after, containing cool graphics and an amazing betting system, which transforms the otherwise boring game into an addictive piece of art. 03 of 05 Ambrosia Software Ambrosia Software What We Like Good customer support. Low cost. What We Don't Like Mostly traditional games. Supports Mac and iPhone only. Low quality games. Ambrosia Software impresses with their element of surprise. This multi-game manufacturer for Apple devices is truly versatile and keeps churning out several interesting and addictive games for all of Apple’s devices, including the latest iPad. The most popular games from this developer are Aki Mahjong, Mondo Solitaire, and Mr. Sudoku. 04 of 05 Demiforce Demiforce What We Like Inexpensive. Creative game. Addictive. What We Don't Like Few game options. Only available for iPhone. Demiforce, the single-game wonder for the iPhone, is one of the smaller, but hugely popular, game developers for the iPhone. Their singular game, Trism, has become a big hit with iPhone and iPad users alike. Taking advantage of the iPhone’s touchscreen display and accelerometer features, this game comes with great graphics, several interesting levels, and multiple play modes. Now, Demiforce is also offering support for the Apple iPad. 05 of 05 PopCap Games PopCap Games What We Like Some very addictive games. Can be very challenging. Appropriate for all ages. What We Don't Like Graphics are somewhat childish. Small selection of games. PopCap Games is admittedly not as good as, say, Gameloft. But there are some reasons why they are being included in this list. Their Bejeweled and Bejeweled 2 cost way too much, but they do contain good graphics too, which does look impressive enough. Their game, Peggle, was probably the most impressive Click Wheel iPod game ever made. There is also Peggle 2 now, so we are expecting them to come out with further interesting releases in the future.