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Well, once again we've reached Thursday, which means it's time to have a look at the awesome games that have popped up on the App Store over the past seven days. We've got horror, we've got vampires, and we've got at least one game we still don't really understand. So that's a first.

Obviously loads more games have come out this week, and there's a chance we might have missed something in our trawl of the App Store. If that's the case, and you know of another awesome game that people should be playing, do let us know in the comments section at the bottom of this article.

Click here and you can check out what we thought were the best iOS games that came out last week. And now, without further ado, let's check out what we think are the best new games for iPhone and iPad.

Immortal Rogue

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If you only get one game this week, then you should definitely make it this one. It's a super slick action roguelike that sees you playing a vampire - you cut your way through enemies with swipes and taps, grab as much loot as you can, and try and turn people to your vampric side. It's deeper than it might sound, and a lot more fun.


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This one's a bullet hell shooter. In all honesty, it's a bit confusing, thanks in part to a wonky tutorial and some quite frankly nonsensical writing, but when you do get to grips with what the game's trying to tell you, you're going to discover a slick and enticing shooter with an awful lot going for it.

The Shapeshifting Detective

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An indie FMV game that's all about solving a murder. There's horror here, there's noir trappings, and there's an awful lot more. Plus it's fully acted - hopefully this new renaissance for FMV games is going to be a little sharper and better written than the last time it got big, and The Shapeshifting Detective certainly ticks all the right boxes.

AxE: Alliance vs Empire

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This one's a massive MMO set in a fantasy world. It does pretty much everything you'd expect a massive MMO set in a fantasy world to do, but it does it with an awful lot of skill. It's slick, it looks amazing, and it hits directly in the part of your brain that enjoys watching stats go up. If you're anything like us, that's the part of your brain that you like to get hit directly in.

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