Best Cydia Games


As usual, everyone get their latest iPhone, jailbreak it and then download Cydia. Launch Cydia and then see there are less than 20 games available in Cydia. What the F**k??? I thought Cydia is the best apps and it should have at least thousands of games available. What I see are mostly emulators and some of the very old games, you know what I mean. For Cydia lovers, don’t worry, there are actually lots of nice games, you just have to know where to get them. If you are just like me used to wondering where you can get more free Cydia games, here is your delicious A-list of best Cydia games and also the games sources to download them for free.

Before installing some of the greatest games, you will first need to download some emulators and have them installed in your iDevices. Most of the old school Cydia games are developed by Game Boy Advance (GBA) and Nintendo Entertaintment System (NES). Some of the very famous old school games are Super Mario Land 2 – 6 Golden Coins, Bomberman Max Blue Champion, Gameboy Gallery 3, Legend of Zelda, or Pokemon Trading Card Game. For those who are born in the 70s and 80s, don’t tell me you never play these games before. Please always keep in mind that Cydia consists of thousands of games not just limited to what the App Store has.

Cydia Games

So, where and how to download Cydia games?

1. Try to get SiNful iPhone from this source – This repositories has quite a lot of latest 3D Games and most of them are fun to play, for example, Dungeon Hunter 3 Hacks, Modern War Hacks, and N.O.V.A. 3 Money and Ammo Hack.

2. iHacksRepo is another Cydia source to download tons of ROMs games. You can find many 3D games from this source including Doodle Jump, Ganstar 3 IDA, Modern Combat 3 IDA, GTA 3 Health, and others.

3. If you want to refresh your memory with Nintendo games, you can download ZodTTD from this source –

4. If you want premium games from the App Store such as Fruit Ninja,TempleRun, Need for Speed, or Angry Birds, you may download iPhoneCake from this source –

As for those who love to play late ‘80s and early ‘90s games, xSellize is another repo I would like to recommend. It has hundreds of free emulator games for you to play. Twenty years ago, each of them cost at least $30 dollars to purchase.