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Best ios games like pubg

1.PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

Paid: $29.99 with in-app purchases

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is a competitive survival shooter game developed by Tencent International Limited. Players must fight to locate weapons and supplies in a massive 8x8 km island to be the lone survivor.

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Age rating:

12+

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Publisher:

PUBG Corporation

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Genre:

Survival, Shooter

  • Willie Cox

    by Willie Cox

    NOTTING BEATS ORIGINAL!!! Of course the best pubg game for iphone is pubg mobile! really handy time killer! The action i get here makes me pumped up in my way to work.

2.Rules of Survival

with in-app purchases
Rules of Survival is a free game for iOS and Android in which you have to be the last survivor of the original players that start at the beginning. Will you be the one? The desert island is awaiting you.

Age rating:

Mature 17+

Category:

Action

Publisher:

NetEase Games

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  • Cheryl Holland

    by Cheryl Holland

    You are on a deserted island. You have to be the last one to survive it. You can fight by yourself or form a small team. You collect weapons and you h More

  • Cynthia Thomas

    by Cynthia Thomas

    closest battle royale game to PUBG (aside from PUBG mobile) It's so close that It seemed to be a rip-off tho. But that's what I like about this gam

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3.Garena Free Fire

with in-app purchases

Garena Free Fire is a mobile game by Garena International that is dubbed as the ultimate survival shooter game. Standard games last for 10 minutes each and 50 players fight to the death using various items and vehicles in the environment. 

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Age rating:

12+

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Genre:

Action

  • Martha Stevens

    by Martha Stevens

    Ever since garena realesed games, I've always been on the lookout. so now that they have a game thats kinda like pubg, i tried it. and to my surpirse, it was almost the same. I think the enviroment and the interface is the only difference.

4.Fortnite

with in-app purchases

Fortnite is a free online action building game developed and published by Epic Games in 2017. It can be played on almost all known gaming platforms and has separate software packages with different game modes that share the same gameplay.

Age rating:

12+

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Genre:

Battle, Action

  • Brandon Lawrence

    by Brandon Lawrence

    This one is a game changer. Aside from the battle royale, u can also build buildings as your shield... really cool!!

5.Knives Out

with in-app purchases

Knives Out is a free Android and iOS game in which players get into a battle royale arena with one hundred warriors, and only one of them will survive. Players can play by themselves or as part of a squad.

Age rating:

17+

Category:

Games,Adventure,Strategy

Publisher:

Hong Kong Netease Interactive Entertainment Limited

Size:

793.33 MB

Genre:

Not available

  • Irma Mondragón

    by Irma Mondragón

    Very similar in style to pubg, however the graphics are a bit smoother. I enjoyed playing this one and the option of joining a squad was more fun.

6.Black Survival

with in-app purchases

Black Survival is a survival game for iOS and Android devices, battle royal styled in which ten people land on a desert island and have to compete for 20 minutes to survive. 

Age rating:

12+

Category:

Games,Role Playing,Strategy

Publisher:

Archbears, Inc.

Size:

139.25 MB

Genre:

Not available

  • Edward Morrison

    by Edward Morrison

    Has a big learning curve, need to study and have a lot of knowledge to know what routes to pick when X areas are being restricted. A lot of characters to choose from and definately fun to play a 2D Battle Royale. The only downside is that a game can  More

7.Survivor Royale

with in-app purchases

Survivor Royale is a free game for Android and iOS that scatters 100 defenseless players into a large map that has weapons randomly scattered around it. The playing area slowly shrinks over the course of 20 minutes and only one survives.

Age rating:

Mature 17+

Category:

Strategy

Publisher:

NetEase Games

Size:

Not available

Genre:

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  • Heather Perry

    by Heather Perry

    This game is very realistic like PUBG. I liked it as it has the same survivor format. The whole point is to get to the end and be the last standing. Good gameplay and graphics. I was reminded how much it was like PUBG while I was playing. It is a goo More

8.Radiation Island

Paid: $2.99
Radiation Island is a survival game for Android and iOS in which you have to explore and avoid all the dangers that await for you in an artificial island, created as an experiment. Leaderboards available.

Age rating:

12+

Category:

Games,Entertainment,Action,Adventure

Publisher:

ATYPICAL GAMES LLC

Size:

1.53 GB

Genre:

Not available

  • by Anna Woods

    The concept of the game is great but the performance does not appear to be as great. Looks like an update is needed to fix a few issues but overall it is a good app for the price.

DID YOU KNOW

Did you know that the current trend of shooting-and-survival games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite are based on the controversial Japanese dystopian thriller film Battle Royale, which is in turn based on the novel of the same name? In 2000, Kinji Fukasaku and his son Kenta released Battle Royale, a film where a group of junior high schoolers were put on an island and were forced to fight to the death by the government. It was based on the 1999 novel of the same name written by Koushun Takami. Both the film and the novel were controversial that the film was given an R15 rating, a rating rarely used in Japan. Members of the Japanese National Diet criticised the film for its portrayal of the Japanese government and the scenes where 15-year-olds were harmed or were hurting others. In the US, American lawyers warned Japanese film distributors against releasing the film because of its extreme violence, especially with teen actors, while a court in Germany decided to ban the film because it was against its Criminal Code, though the ban was later lifted. Only in December 2011, 11 years after the Japan release, was the film publicly released in US cinemas, when the Cinefamily Theater in Los Angeles screened the film for 15 days. 

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