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The Tuesday Best of - Telltale Games for iPhone and iPad

By , on May 30, 2017
Last modified 1 year, 7 months ago

Well it's Tuesday, so I thought we should have a look at some games. Mobile games. Because, y'know, this is AppSpy, and that's basically what we're here for.

And since The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is coming to an end soon, I thought it was high time to look at the three best series that Telltale has released on mobile so far.

As usual you can click on the emboldened names of the games below to download them. And if you think we've missed any, feel free to stick your own suggestions in the comments below.

Tales From the Borderlands

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It was a bit of a departure for Telltale this one, but in the end it was well worth your time. Set in the Borderlands universe, it's one of the slickest releases from TT yet, blending humour, action, and gorgeous graphics to create something really rather special.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

The Walking Dead

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The original and, some might say, the best. Sure Telltale had released some other games before this one, but it was The Walking Dead that really put it on the map. Chock full of difficult decisions and painted in glorious shades of grey, this was the game that really kickstarted the modern point and click revolution.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

Mr. Robot: 1.51exfiltrati0n

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A game that went right ahead and broke the Telltale mode. It's smart, it's thrilling, and it's nothing like any of the other games on this list. This one shows that Telltale is more than capable of doing things differently, and the end result is one of the finest narrative games in recent years.

Read the Pocket Game review here


Run3 1 year, 7 months ago

It's great I'll try playing, thanks for sharing useful. Try playing