The end of the week has rolled around. It's been a pretty good seven days for mobile gaming - if you want proof you can click here and check out our five favorite games that came out this week - but now we're going to turn our attention to the future. We're sort of like psychics, except what we're saying is based on actual facts rather than just things we've made up in our brains.
There's a chance some of these games might not come out next week, such is the fickle nature of the mobile gaming beast, but we're pretty sure they're going to land when they said they would. And there might be other games we've not spotted coming out too - if you've seen any, do let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article, we'd love to hear from you.
You can check out all the other great lists we've been making recently by clicking this link, and while we're a bit biased, we definitely reckon you should have a look through - there's some great work there even if we do say so ourselves. Right we've done our due diligence, let's get on with getting excited about next week's games.
It's fair to say that there's been quite a lot of controversy around this one. But from what we've seen, it's the sort of game that's going to prove a lot of the naysayers wrong. It's set in the same world as Alien: Isolation and sees you playing as Ripley's daughter. There are seven levels to work your way through, and a terrifying xenomorph killing machine potentially waiting around every corner.
The classic SRPG series finally makes its way onto mobile. This is a free to play game, but it takes the turn-based core of the franchise and turns it into something designed to fit a little better in the palm of your hand. Expect there to be loads of heroes to collect, plenty of fights to try and work your way through, and the sort of PvP that's proven so popular on the App Store in recent years.
Where the other games on this list are pretty massive, Ground Driller is a much smaller affair. As you might be able to tell from its name, it's all about digging into the ground. Essentially it's an idle game that takes the control out of your hands and leaves you to deal with the gems and minerals that are being dug out of the ground. And when we say 'deal with,' we mean spend on making your mining operation even more profitable.