How has February already come to an end? That's craziness. Pretty soon it's going to be the summer and I'm going to be complaining about how hot it is all the time. So that's something to look forward to. That's not what we're doing here though - here's we're looking back to the three best games that came out in the second month of 2019.

It was tough choosing just three, and if you think we've missed out anything glaring then we'd love to hear from you in the comments section. Don't be mean about it, though, that's just mean. Hell, you might even agree with us - let us know about that too, it'll make us feel slightly better about the passage of time.

Click here and you can check out all of the other awesome lists we've been making over the past few months. Or, if you'd prefer, keep reading, and you'll discover what we thought were the three best iPhone and iPad games of February 2019.

Immortal Rogue

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It might be a big clumsy here and there, but this is an indie roguelike with a heart of absolute gold. Swipe around to move, tap to attack, and press to use your special move. It's mechanically simple, but its progression system is designed to grow the experience every time you play. The start can be a bit sticky, but persevere and you'll find one of the best ARPGs for mobile in a good long while.

Click here to read our Immortal Rogue review

Boost Buddies

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This one is a super-tough bouncer with the challenge level pushed up to about 11. It doesn't mess about either, dropping you straight into the rough and tumble of its crown-grabbing micro platforming. You need to learn patterns, perfect your moves, and get to the top of the screen without dying. That's much easier said than done, though. Random levels keep things fresh, and you'll play Boost Buddies with a cross between a grin and a grimace stretched across your face.

Knights of the Card Table

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A smart dungeon crawler that eschews dank corridors for a far brighter aesthetic of sunny days and cards. It's funny when it needs to be, but it also has some smart ideas. Matching cards in triples gives you boosts to your attacks, and you can shuffle your hand around, to name just two. This one's engaging without ever being overwhelming, but it'll still manage to keep you on your toes.

Click here to read our Knights of the Card Table review

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