We've reached the mid-point of our round-up of the best games that came out for iPhone and iPad over the past twelve months. In other words we've reached the summer months, specifically June. Everything was sunny outside, you probably ate more ice cream than you did the rest of the year, and some games came out on the App Store.
We've gone through all of the games that came out in June 2018, and we've picked what we think are the top 5 games of the month. Have a read, have a think, and if you think we've got it right, or you think we've got it wrong, then please do let us know in the comments section at the bottom of the article.
If you want to check out the other parts of this list, we've put them all in a handy place for you which you can find by clicking right here.
There are a couple of card games on this month's list. First up is this one, which is super in-depth, really clever, and features some of the most intriguing card-laying gameplay that we've seen for a while. It's all about using your deck to fight your way through hordes of monsters, and it's ruddy amazing.
You'll find a good deal of retro 2D platformers on the App Store, but there are hardly any that mine the rich heritage of the 3D leaper. Suzy Cube is one of them though - it takes its cues from the likes of Mario 64, and in doing so creates one of the best mobile jumpers that we've seen this year.
At first glance this might look a lot like another Limbo or Badland clone, but it's actually way more than that. A puzzling platformer that sees you having to figure out how to get past all manner of creatures that want nothing more than to eat your brain. Feist features some of the best 'eureka' moments we've seen in any game this year.
Look, Your Loot!
The second card game on the list. It might be about gathering loot and killing monsters, but it couldn't be much further away from Card Quest. Where that game is all about delving deep, Look, Your Loot is a far shallower experience. That's no bad thing though - this is the perfect game to fill up those small-sized mobile gaming gaps.
Only When Howling
A character driven narrative adventure that's unlike anything else we've played this year. We don't want to give too much away, since the story is key here, but this is a game that's going to stick with you long after you've put it down. Set aside a couple of quiet hours for this one, it's worth enjoying completely in one go.