Classic Games for the 21st Century!

We all remember the most popular games we used to play when we were kids. Before there were computers, tablets and smart phones, most people resorted to board games, ones using paper and pencil and others that involved just a few simple materials.

With all the great classics that are still popular even today, there are plenty of apps that pay homage to these games. Here is a list of some of these classic games that are available to download to your iPod and iPhones! You and your kids will enjoy the updated versions of the games that were once so simple! Best of all…they are FREE!


Checkers Free

The premier free checkers application for the iPhone and iPod Touch is available for both 1 player and 2 player gameplay. You can play with a friend or test your skills with a computer player. With great graphics and sound effects, you can challenge yourself at any time with this classic game, no board or checker pieces required!

Tic Tac Toe Free

Tic Tac Toe is one of the easiest and popular games among school children to play. Just a pen and paper, you can quickly get through many games of matching with a friend. With this app, you can play at three different difficulty levels. With the randomization feature, you can also ensure that you will constantly be challenged.

Air Hockey Free

Many people remember visiting arcades and other arenas where they could play air hockey and shoot pucks across a large table. Now, you can have that same fun, but pocket sized! This free app allows you to try different combos to score against your opponent without having to find an open arcade!

Spot the Difference! 2

This classic spotting game is one that used to be found in magazines and other literary materials. Now you can have the same fun on your mobile app! This sequel provides you with different pictures and levels that lets you tap where you see differences. With so many to choose from, this game becomes highly addictive!

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