Happy Friday, friends. The weekend is upon us again. Let's take a few moments to reflect back on the last few days gone by and highlight some of the finest mobile gaming experiences of the week. The are some new faces and old friends in the mix, but we're certain there's something for everyone on this particular list. Let's take a look.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II

Final Fantasy Dimensions II bears little resemblance to its predecessor, but it's full of references to classic Final Fantasy games, and there's lots of character customization and satisfying turn-based battles to keep you satisfied.

Read the Pocket Gamer review.

Million Onion Hotel

Million Onion Hotel looks like a typical match-three at first blush, until you play it and realize how absolutely bonkers it is. Unique art, an oddball story about onion soup, and non-stop action make this an excellent addition to your mobile collection.

Time Recoil

Time Recoil is the satisfying follow up to Neon Chrome. It's an excellent top down shooter with some nifty time warping mechanics that will require you to think outside of the box.

Read our review.

Bury Me My Love

Bury me my Love tells the story of a Syrian refugee woman making her way to Europe. This interactive narrative is told via a phone interface much like games like A Normal Lost Phone.

Read our review.

Sonic Forces: Speed Battle

Sonichas fallen on tough times in the past few years, but our favorite hedgehog's latest foray into mobile gaming does a good job of lifting him out of that slump. It's an endless runner with some platforming elements, but now they've thrown multiplayer in the mix, giving the game a new competitive twist that's actually quite fun.

Have you tried any of these new games? Which one is your favorite? Share in the comments below.

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