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It's that time of the week again - we're going to check out what we think are the top five games that have come out on the App Store over the last seven days. There are some big names on the list, some small names on the list, and some middle-sized names on the list. We're covering a lot of bases here, just saying.

Obviously if you've got your own suggestions we'd love to hear them. If it was up to us we'd make this list about 20 times longer, but we simply don't have the time, so adding your own ideas is going to fill us with a lovely kind of share-y joy.

Click here and you can check out a whole bunch of the other lists that we've been creating over the past few months. Much like this list, we reckon there's going to be something for everyone there. And that's the 148Apps guarantee.

Alien: Blackout

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Yes, there was a lot of backlash when this one was announced, but not from us. We're a mobile gaming site, we love mobile gaming, so the release of the latest entry in a smash hit franchise is always going to get our juices flowing.


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Another classic that's finally made its way to the palm of your hand. It's an SRPG with some brilliant tactical fighting, an this version has had plenty of new things added to it to make it more playable from your pocket.

Nano Golf: Hole in One

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Nitrome is back, and it's brought its golf bats. This, as you might be able to tell from the title, is all about hitting a ball into a hole with one shot. Sometimes that's easy, sometimes that's hard. There are coins to collect too, and you're going to have to figure out how to grab them as well.

Row Row

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There aren't that many games about kayaking out there, so it's nice to see a game that takes to the rapids. You press the left and right of the screen to stroke your oar, and the game's all about avoiding obstacles and trying to get to the finish line in as fast a time as possible.


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There are loads of pretty generic shooters on the App Store, but thankfully this isn't one of them. It messes around with the building blocks of the genre while still remaining familiar enough that you can jump into the slaughter super quickly.

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