Every Thursday here at 148Apps we like to give you a choice. We pick what we think are the five best games that have come out this week, and let you vote to crown one of them the 148Apps game of the week. And since it's Thursday today, that's exactly what we're going to do.
If you want to vote there are three ways to go about it. You can leave a comment at the bottom of this article with the name of the game you'd like to win. You can send us a tweet using the hashtag 148GOW, or you can leave us a comment on Facebook letting us know your pick.
Pretty easy, right? And don't forget to come back on Tuesday to see which of the games takes home the most coveted prize in mobile gaming. Yeah, that's right, the most coveted prize in mobile gaming. Deal with it.
Teen Titans Go Figure - download for iOS
The sequel to one of the finest cartoon-based RPGs on the App Store. It's got Robin, it's got dancing, and it's got more figures than you can shake a stick at. But it's also got bundles of heart, some great battles, and a cheeky grin all over its face.
Why we think you'll like it: For one thing it's a warm and welcoming experience that'll have you smiling from the get go. For another it looks absolutely brilliant. But probably most important of all, it's a massive, deep, and utterly engaging RPG too.
Motorsport Manager Mobile 3 - download for iOS
It's been a pretty sick couple of weeks if you're a fan of mobile sports team management, and there's a good chance that fans of New Star Soccer Manager are going to be clamouring to get this one too. And there's plenty of damn good reasons they should be.
Why we think you'll like it: The game builds on everything its predecessor did, adds a more comprehensive career mode, and then smashes in some brilliant new ideas to keep things fresh. It's everything you knew you wanted from a racing team management game, and a bunch of stuff you've never thought of.
Food Fantasy - download for iOS
Yikes. Where to start with this one? It's a Japanese fantasy RPG that's also a restaurant sim. And a sort of idle clicker. And a bunch of other stuff as well. This is a game that doesn't just play by its own rules, it burns all of the other rule books and keeps itself warm on their embers.
Why we think you'll like it: Because, quite frankly, it's as mad as a bucket of toads. This is a game that's going to keep you on your toes, and giggle when it pushes you over with a bonkers new idea. And if you let it, it's going to find a place in your heart and on your home screen.
Rowdy Wrestling - download for iOS
Colin Lane strikes again with another silly game about throwing burly men around. This time there's a little more depth, a different art-style, and a few new ideas thrown into the ring as well. Or, more accurately, thrown out of the ring.
Why we think you'll like it: While it might not be the most complex game in the world, Rowdy Wrestling still manages to capture all the drama, lunacy, and showboating of modern professional wrestling. And it's going to leave you with a big grin on your face as well.
Brighter Fighter - download for iOS
A side-scrolling shooter with a unique look and some interesting ideas. It's devilishly fast, and there's a decent level of challenge here that all but the most precise of arcade gamers are going to find themselves butting up against. Oh, and the explosions look incredible.
Why we think you'll like it: Because this is a game that's familiar and fresh at the same time. It's full of exploding bombs, giant bosses, and streams of deadly laser fire, but it still manages to throw new ideas into the mix as well. It's a brilliant mix of mobile and arcade sensibilities.