Here it is then, the last part of our round-up of the sixty best games that came out for iPhone and iPad in 2018. We've covered every month from January to November, and you can check out all of the games included in the list by clicking this link right here. There's a whole bunch of the very best mobile games for you to discover there.
This last entry will be added to the list in a few days, so you'll be able to peruse the entire list at your leisure. Right now though, we're going to tell you what we think were the five best games that came out in December 2015. Agree? Disagree? Want to sell some dodgy pills? Then let us know in the comments at the bottom of the article.
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A super smart mix of word-play ideas that hits that sweet spot between challenging you and making you feel clever. If you've got a thing for words, games, and combining those two things together, then you're going to lap up absolutely everything this one has to offer. And rightly so, because what it offers is really, really good.
It might have taken a while to make it to mobile, but this simple game of exploration is a welcome addition to the App Store's indie line-up. You need to figure out what's happened to your family and why they've abandoned the house you grew up in. It's tense, it's taut, and its story will keep you interested all the way to the end.
7 Billion Humans
What's the best way to learn coding? Well if you want to learn how to code people to pick up boxes, the answer is 7 Billion Humans. It's a puzzle game about giving instructions to workers, but it's far more complex than that sounds. This is the sort of game that's going to stick in your head long after you've put it down.
There are loads of games on the App Store that want to be Clash Royale, but this mobile MOBA bucks the trend by wanting to be itself. There are some really smart additions to the genre here, and twists that are going to keep you on your toes. If you're looking for a multiplayer game to pass the time with you wouldn't go far wrong grabbing this one.
The last entry in our list goes to Supercell's top-down shooter. It might not quite have everything in place just yet, but there's more than enough to put a smile on your face. Fast matches, cute cartoon characters, and more blasting than you can shake a stick of dynamite at. What's not to like about that?