Parking games appear to be about driving, but since they don’t involve an actual vehicle, they’re actually primarily about spatial relationships — like Tetris with wheels.
Parking Mania ($0.99)* Parking Mania allows you to drive in a variety of ways: with a steering wheel, by tilting your device or by swiping. It includes 195 levels of parking challenges. (Score: 99/100)
Police Car Parking Simulator Game — Real Life Emergency Driving (Free) The gamer in this app must rush emergency vehicles to crime scenes and park them quickly. (98/100)
Monster Truck Parking Simulator Game (Free) This game features both monster truck parking and driving through outrageous courses. (Score: 95/100)
Trucker Parking 3D (Free)* Parking an 18-wheeler is no mean feat. Test your truck-driving skills in 50 different parking-lot scenarios. (Score: 93/100)
Ice Road Trucker Parking Simulator Games (Free) As the name suggests, this parking challenge takes place on ice; you fall through if you are too slow. (Score: 90/100)
Parking Frenzy 2.0 (Free)* Parking Frenzy 2.0 includes over 150 levels of parking challenges. Choose from 11 vehicles and different weather conditions for each challenge. (Score: 98/100)
Parking Madness (Free)* This parking game gives you the choice of driving a forklift, go-kart or automobile. Park your vehicle of choice in 75 different levels. (Score: 97/100)
Speed Parking 3D (Free)* This app features the ability to realistically drive your vehicles with brake pedals, gearshifts and on-screen steering wheels. (Score: 96/100)
Car Parking (Free) In Car Parking, you can choose your view — the perspective from inside the vehicle, or a bird’s-eye view — to help you park. (Score: 95/100)
Backyard Parking 3D (Free) With Backyard Parking 3D, you get to choose from a variety of vehicles, each with unique handling capabilities. (Score: 92/100)
*Available on Apple and Android.
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