Every Thursday here at 148Apps we like to make sure you're caught up with all the amazing mobile games that have come out over the past seven days. And today is no different - what you're reading right now is our break down of what we think are the top 5 games for iPhone and iPad that came out this week.
It's an interesting mix too, with an intriguing endless runner or two, a puzzler that's put its gloves back on, and an adaptation of a classic board game that's sure to get more than one or two fingers twitching with joy. If you think we've missed anything, then feel free to chuck your own suggestions in the comments section at the bottom of the article.
If you smash a click right here you'll be able to check out what we thought were the best games that came out last week. And make sure you check back regularly, because we're always making awesome content here at 148Apps and it'd proper suck if you missed any of it.
A hectic auto-runner that doesn't involve any running. You're in control of a spaceship that's shooting forwards. You need to make your way through robo-hunters and giant rocks, blasting everything that moves and a whole bunch of things that don't. There's a lot of silly smashing to be done here, and that's something we're well into.
Another card game crossed with a dungeon crawler, but this one does things a bit differently. The dungeon is represented as a big grid you're tapping your way through. Come across some enemies and you'll be taken to a card-based scrap. There's new moves to collect, loot to grab, and much much more.
You might have already heard of Snakebird. It's a super tough mix of Snake and Pac-Man and some other big arcade experiences of yesteryear. This version is a bit easier than the original, with simpler puzzles that aren't going to make you want to smash your phone into angry but cathartic shards.
Rolling Sky 2: Rolling Dream
At first glance this one's a pretty standard runner, but after your first proper run you're going to realise that isn't the case. There are a whole bunch of different mechanics here, all controlled by sliding a finger along the screen. Sometimes you're snowboarding, sometimes you're jumping, sometimes you're flying on a giant bird - but you're always going to be having fun.
Castles of Burgundy
Fans of board gaming have almost certainly heard of this one before. This digital adaptation has been a long time coming, but it'll almost certainly be welcomed with open arms. It's all about building and trading to make sure that your estate is the most profitable. You can play with 2 to 4 players, and we bet you'll have fun however many you try it with.