Qualityindex.com reveals the top 10 critically acclaimed iPhone games and apps of February 2014

If you were wondering what the best reviewed iPhone games and apps on the web last month were, here’s the
iPhone Quality Index
round-up for February to fill you in.

The iPhone Quality Index boasts over 250,000 scores from the world’s best websites, such as 148Apps, Pocket Gamer, and What’s On iPhone, and uses a unique metric to create a single definitive score for each iPhone title.
Here are February 2014’s top selections…

Quality Index Top 10 iPhone games February 2014
GAME NAME PUBLISHER Qi
1
Threes! Sirvo 9.1
2 Out There
Mi-Clos Studio 8.7
3
Final Fantasy VI
Square Enix 8.7
4
Stubies
Creatiu Lab 8.6
5 Eliss Infinity
Steph Thirion 8.5
6
Bug Heroes 2
Foursaken Media 8.4
7
Calculords
Ninja Crime 8.4
8
Second Chance Heroes
Rocket City Studios 8.4
9
Platforms Unlimited
XperimentalZ Games 8.3
10
Rocket Robo
Aaron McElligott 8.2

Quality Index Top 10 iPhone apps to February 2014
APP NAME PUBLISHER Qi
1
Kids Math Count Number Game
Classteacher Learning Systems 10
2
Dr. Panda’s Restaurant 2
TribePlay 9.6
3
PasswordBox Password Manager
PasswordBox 9.2
4
Wealthy! Yi Jen Lin 9.1
5
Good News
Michal Piotrowski 9.0
6
Sago Mini Ocean Swimmer
Sago Sago 9.0
7
Orderly – Tasks & To-Do Lists
Tekton Technologies 9.0
8
Gro Garden
Gro Play 8.8
9
PaintLife
Xuegang Teng 8.8
10
Layered
Oh Travioso 8.6

(N.B. The monthly games chart is based on titles released and reviewed in the last month. The apps chart is based on titles reviewed over the last three months. Hence, this is not a cumulative chart and earlier released titles may have higher scores.)

Threes! tops Qi’s iPhone game chart for February with a clever new take on the number puzzler. The idea here is to match up numbered cards on an increasingly cramped game grid. At #2 this month is Out There, which couldn’t be much more different from Threes! if it tried. Developer Mi-Clos Studio’s game is a melancholic sci-fi adventure built on hundreds of life-or-death decisions. Just behind that is Final Fantasy VI, perhaps the most hotly anticipated series conversion yet. There’s been a little consternation over its new 2D visuals, but there’s no disguising the JRPG magic underneath. Finally, Eliss Infinity supplies more challenging and inventive multi-touch puzzles.

Kids Math Count Number Game might be a bit of a mouthful, sure, but it’s yet another successful educational app for kids. It sits atop the iPhone Qi app chart for February, you see. At #4, Wealthy! is an altogether more grown-up app. It’s an expenses tool that uses social networks as inspiration for its outgoings timeline. Gro Garden, meanwhile, is another kids’ app. This time, it’s teaching children all about the joys and benefits of organic gardening, with a stunning art style and an intuitive interface. Finally, Layered supplies an especially cool way to add animated text, stickers, music, and more to your pictures and videos. It promises to give your social network sharing efforts a massive shot in the arm.

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