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The AppSpy end of year awards: The 3 best games for iPhone and iPad of May 2017

By , on December 26, 2017

In part five of our round up of the best games that came out on the App Store this year, we're going to look at May. I mean, it's the fifth month of the year, it'd be pretty insane to look at anything else really.

Missed the other bits of our retrospective? Well you're going to have to have a look at the links below then, they're going to sort you right out. Tomorrow? Well tomorrow we're going to have a look at June aren't we. Have you not been paying attention?

Click here to read the best games of January 2017

Click here to read the best games of February 2017

Click here to read the best games of March 2017

Click here to read the best games of April 2017

May 2017

Guns of Boom

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Quite frankly, this is the best shooter that you can play on mobile. It looks incredible, it plays brilliantly, and it's got the sort of compulsion loop that's going to have you sucked in and drooling for more in just a few rounds.

Old Man's Journey

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This is one of those games that you just have to play in one sitting. It's full of bright ideas, and every level you'll find something even more enchanting than in the next. This is the sort of game that will leave your heart warm and your face smiling.

Miles and Kilo

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A super-tough platformer that wears its love for the 16bit era on its sleeve. If it's not referencing the classics of the genre, it's refreshing them with some fantastic ideas of its own. You might get stuck, you might get frustrated, but you're going to love almost every second of it.


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