Apple's latest 4th generation TV has integrated App Store; which means we can now use third-party apps on a large screen. These awesome apps and games have entertained us on our iPad and iPhone, but now they will make our experience, more amazing on larger screens.

Every day hundreds of apps and games are being added to App a Store for Apple TV. For today, we will provide some of the best Apple TV games. So sit back, and enjoy the ride; install them on your TV and have some fun with your friends and family.

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Best Apple TV Games

Best Apple TV games

#1. Alto's Adventure

Alto's Adventure Apple TV Game Screenshot

It's a snowboarding game, and it is endless. Jump over obstacles and, grind through the mountains. Single-click games are always little hard to play, but Alto's Adventure is different. Gameplay is very user friendly, and you can sync progress universally over your other iDevices. On a big screen, the experience was undoubtedly amazing.

Price: $4.99
Download Alto's Adventure

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#2. Lumino City

Lumino City Apple TV Game Screenshot

Lumino City is a tough puzzle game, but don't get nervous; it is not one of those puzzle games that makes gameplay boring. Lumi's grandfather is lost, and you have to find him by exploring the city. The game will cost you five bucks, but it is completely worth it. Above all, there are no in-app purchases that will bug you, while you enjoy the game.

Price: $4.99
Download Lumino City

#3. Oceanhorn

Oceanhorn Apple TV Game Screenshot

A puzzle plus adventure game, where you will have to travel through oceans, mazes and fight with dragons across the kingdom of Arcadia. Integration with Game Center assures your progress is tracked via achievements. The graphics are simply superb when it comes to a big screen TV, and also, it also supports MFI controllers.

Price: $7.99
Download Oceanhorn

#4. Ashphalt 8: Airborne

Ashphalt 8 - Airborne Apple TV Game Screenshot

If you are a hardcore gamer, you will not be surprised by Ashphalt 8, as it is one of the most played racing game. With its arrival on big screen, the fun will get bigger. Apart from speed, you'll have to focus on stunts and big jumps to win this game. Above all, it is completely free to download. Experience the real-world type racing on your Apple TV

Price: Free
Download Ashphalt 8

#5. Shadowmatic

Shadowmatic Apple TV Game Screenshot

Shadowmatic is a simple puzzle game, in which you presented with an abstract object. It is your job to rotate those objects and make a logical shadow of it on the wall. The game features 10 rooms, each having a different concept, atmosphere, and music. As the game advances, the objects will get harder to judge. So buckle up with best of your imagination.

Price: $1.99
Download Shadowmatic

#6. Rayman Adventures

Rayman Adventures Apple TV Game Screenshot

The game is compatible with Siri remote of your new Apple TV. You can control jumps, interactions, and punches of the little French guy with Siri remote. It has a simple gameplay and a good time killer. There are no doubt kids will love this. Give it a try on the big screen, as it is completely free to download.

Price: Free
Download Rayman Adventures

#7. Jetpack Joyride

Jetpack Joyride Apple TV Game Screenshot

Buckle up with your jetpack and get ready for the joyride. You'll need to collect coins while you are riding your jetpack. You'll need coins to upgrade or buy a new Jetpack. The only drawback is you’ll have to start all over again once you are killed in the game. Overall it is a decent game if you are a casual gamer.

Price: Free
Download Jetpack Joyride

#8. Does Not Commute

Does Not Commute Apple TV Game Screenshot

Drive the tiny cars to their destination without letting them crash into one another. That's the storyline of the game. It isn't that simple when you have dozens of cars going here and there. You'll have a strict time limit, by which you will have to work around to help all the cars reach their goal.

Price: Free
Download Does Not Commute

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