Here's a list of Apple TV launch games worth checking out
For your big screen escapade
The Apple TV is out, which means you can finally play some iOS games on a big screen.
But you can't play any old iOS game. Oh no, there's a selection available on the Apple TV store for you to choose from.
And while we do know about quite a few of the games coming to Apple TV, not all of them are available right now.
So, what we have here for you, is an incomplete list of Apple TV games you can play at launch. Yes, right now.
We've also provided links to our review of the mobile versions of these games where applicable. We should have impressions of the Apple TV versions soon.
Check out the list below. It's a pretty good selection.Crossy Road - review
Hop cute animals as far as you can across busy roads, train tracks, and rivers without getting them killed. Also has multiplayer on Apple TV.Transistor - review
Sci-fi action-RPG from the creators of Bastion in which you fight your way through robotic forces with a mystical talking sword.Rayman Adventures
Light-hearted auto-run platformer with classic Rayman characters in which you beat up baddies and leap across a vibrant world.Shadowmatic - review
Turn one or more objects in front of a light to create a specific shape with its shadow. Simple but surprisingly tough puzzler.Guitar Hero Live
Guitar Hero returns with loads more rock songs to rhythm-match. This time there's a real crowd that'll cheer and boo you.Asphalt 8: Airborne - review
Intense arcade racing game that rewards you with nitro boosts for spinning through the air, crashing into everything, and generally driving like a maniac.Disney Infinity 3.0
Made to be played with a range of collectible figures, this is an action-adventure sandbox that integrates characters and stories from the Star Wars and Marvel universes.Afterpulse - review
If you're looking for an online multiplayer military shooter for your Apple TV then you probably won't do any better than Afterpulse for a while.Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved - review
A chaotic and colourful (perhaps even psychedelic) arena shooter with sphere-shaped levels that explode like fireworks.Evil Knievel
You play as the famous stunt bike rider and attempt to keep him in the saddle while accelerating across hazardous obstacle courses (with big jumps, or course).Alto's Adventure - review
Snowboard down and endless hill to stunning views while chasing llamas, performing stunts, and escaping the whipping branch of your elders.Badland - review
Ensure a fluffy bird-like creature gets through a series of highly dangerous environments. Expect robots, buzzsaws, falling rocks, and loads of levels (especially with the new level editor).Galaxy on Fire - Manticore Rising
Here's your big space shooter for the Apple TV. Help a rookie pilot save her friends from space pirates... by blowing everything up.Beat Sports
From Harmonix, this is a friendly-looking music-infused sports game. It's made up of mini-games that include tennis, volleyball, and golf.GT Spirit
A realistic driving sim with detailed interiors, engines, and physics. You can explore landscapes, compete in championships, and enjoy being a petrolhead.Mr. Jump - review
A straight-forward auto-run platformer that demands you keep up if you want to survive.Octagon
A fast-paced arcade game in which you have to traverse an eight-sided megaplex to by spinning it to avoid holes and other dangers.Hero Hustle Panic
Described as "Saturday morning cartoons-meets-Tetris-on-acid," this is a fast-paced arcade number-based puzzler.Phantom PI Mission Apparition - review
A side-scrolling point-and-click adventure with an easygoing pace and small puzzles to solve in a story about a ghost stealing a rock star's gear.Battle Supremacy: Evolution
Set in a future in which you defend a city with a transforming vehicle. It has single player missions and multiplayer modes including races, deathmatches, and capture the base.