It’s very early days for Apple’s foray into the wearables market, but already thousands of developers are working on bringing their apps to the Apple Watch.
If you’re interested in following the growth of video games on the device, be sure to bookmark this page and come back often. We will upload this page with information as each new experience is announced and launches.
Mixing classic touchscreen puzzle-solving with chess, this game has you maneuvering a Knight (as in the horse-shaped chess piece) in its famous L-shape across a grid trying to pop all the boxes without getting stuck. Your mind will be challenged by the 40 levels on offer, which each escalate in difficulty.
Already a hit on the iPhone, Rules! will challenge you daily with a number of brain-expanding exercises hosted by a group of cute characters. You need to tap a card to remove it from the screen, and do so in the order set by that level’s rule. A timer is ticking, so the deeper you get, the quicker you need to think to solve each riddle.
Developer NimbleBit has some serious credibility in the iPhone gaming space thanks to blockbusters like Nimble Quest, Pocket Trains and Tiny Tower. The developer is bringing its next title to the Apple Watch, which is a simple word game you will be able to chip away at whenever the urge takes you. Plus, new user-created puzzles will be pushed directly to the Watch, always ensuring new experiences are on offer.
This quiz game will challenge you to think quickly and answer as many questions correctly as possible in a finite amount of time. While the iPhone version offers text-based yes or no questions relating to history and pop culture, the Apple Watch version strips it back a bit to offer maths equations and broad true or false statements.
The famous retro-flavoured pet simulator is doing its bit for our furry friends, pushing basic imagery of your virtual critter to your Apple Watch so you can keep a close eye on its well-being.
This innovative game converts your activity in the real-world (like going for a jog) into a fight for survival in a video game. It’s already a hit, and will be coming to the Apple Watch, although the developer currently has no date in mind. The excellent title actually takes you through an audio-based storyline as you run, too.
This is a spin-off of the popular BlastBall Max puzzler available on the iPhone, which mixes up the action by providing a one-on-one experience right from your Watch. It’s like a mix of Bejeweled and Connect 4, as you fling yellow balls into empty slots on a grid with an aim to matching them up in a row.
Its name says it all as you compete to be the master of all knowledge across six categories; Science, Entertainment, Art, Geography, Sports and History. You can play the game against friends, therefore proving which of you truly has the biggest brain.
This incredibly inventive game experience uses your real world location to create control points for trapping a threatening force. As people all over the world contribute to the experience, you lock down triangles of real geographical locations by tagging landmarks. It should be a natural fit for the Watch.
iArm Wrestle Champs!
A perfect fit for the Apple Watch, this game monitors the movement of the Watch to see who wins an arm wrestling match, then gamifies and tracks the results. You can go around the office and prove you are the strongest.
Match three berries in a row to destroy them and gain points. But you can't let them stack up to the top! You can also see how you match up with other Apple Watch players in the Game Centre.
$0.99 USD (special launch price)
Need to practice your blackjack strategy or card counting? Play complete games against the dealer with this cool, little app. You'll be able to take a break from a busy day at work or a crowded subway.
$0.99 USD (special launch price)
Watch your receiver and figure out which route he is running and throw when the time is right. Play offense and defence with a master game of 2-on-2 football.
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