Well, that was the week that was. Some games came out, Samsung announced a new phone, I ate some biscuits. Pretty hectic if you ask me. Which I notice you didn't.
Anyway, our last post of the week usually rounds up the five best games that hit the App Store this week. And that's exactly what we're going to do right now. After all, we're traditionalists here at AppSpy.
As ever click on the emboldened names of the games in the list below and you'll be whisked away to the App Store to download them. And if you think we've missed anything feel free to have your say in the comments below.
A solid and engaging, free to play take on the Dynasty Warriors series. Lead your warriors in massive battles, take on legendary bosses, and generally smash the poop out of everything in the world. It's fun, it's fast, and the free to play isn't too annoying.
The sequel to the zen-like paper folding game. It's sharper and deeper than the original, so expect some paper cuts here. But it's basically worth it just for that lovely sound of paper folding up when you make a move. Mmmmmm, crumply.
A standalone expansion for a port of the classic RTS. It's massive, there's loads to do, and if you've deleted the original you're not going to have to download it again to take on those pesky barbarians. One for the strategy fans to really sink their teeth into.
A retro, metroidvania platforming experience with gorgeous graphics and a sharp difficulty level. It's a thick and engaging experience that's going to suck you in in all the best ways. And quite frankly there's nothing cooler than super retro sci-fi. Prove me wrong, I bet you can't.
The latest in Gameloft's crime franchise. It's free to play, it's still a bit clunky, and it has a lot of problems with representation. But at the same time it's a fun, stupid, morally reprehensible trawl through the underworld. And sometimes that's all you want.