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

By , on December 31, 2017

Here we are then, the tenth part of our look back at the best iOS games of 2017. We're into the autumn months now, so I hope you've packed a jumper. I mean it's nearly January so you're almost certainly wearing a jumper anyway.

As before there's a bunch of links below that'll take you to the other parts of the series. Join us for the next part tomorrow, when we'll be looking at the best games that hit the App Store in November.

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

Click here to read the best games of May 2017

Click here to read the best games of June 2017

Click here to read the best games of July 2017

Click here to read the best games of August 2017

Click here to read the best games of September 2017

October 2017

The Talos Principle

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Another port of a classic first person puzzler. This time around things are a little less esoteric, but no less challenging. There's so much game here that you're going to be surprised that it fits in the palm of your hand. And you're almost certainly going to enjoy all of the time that you play it.

Warhammer Quest 2

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Another journey into the dungeons of the Warhammer world. The strategy is just as slick as it was in the first game, and there's a wonderful depth here as well. It's a classic balancing act of making sure your classes are in the right place at the right time. And fans of turn-based battles are going to love it all.

Rekt

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Sometimes you just have to mash together a skateboard game and a driving game. Well, you don't, because someone has already done it. That's the basic idea behind Rekt. Drive around, pull off tricks, and complete challenges. It shouldn't be as much fun as it is, but this is the sort of experience that you can't help but love.


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