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

By , on January 1, 2018

Okay, we're in the penultimate part of our round-up of the best games of the year. It's November now, we all remember some stuff that happened in November, right? I think I went over there, probably. I definitely had a lovely sleep or two.

Tomorrow we're going to hit the games of December. In the meantime though, if you've not checked out the other parts of this series, poke the links below to check them out. And then we'll put this all to bed tomorrow. Lovely, lovely bed.

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

Click here to read the best games of October 2017

November 2017

GRID Autosport

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A premium racer that, quite frankly, has to be played to be believe. It looks amazing, you can tweak the controls to your liking, and even play around with the difficulty settings. Loads of cars to drive, plenty of tracks to drive them on, and loads of modes to get into. Quite frankly, this is the best racer to ever hit the App Store.

Game Dev Tycoon

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A port that's all about creating your own game development empire. You'll fail, you'll go bankrupt, but you'll learn from your mistakes and go out and try again. And when you do try again you'll do so with the same smile on your face you had when you started. A smart and engaging sim that's well worth checking out.

Beat Street

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A one-handed brawler that works splendidly well. It's like Streets of Rage, but with a cutesy cartoon look, and plenty that makes it perfect for mobile. There's an awful lot of fun to be had here, and if you've got to stand up on the bus to work you're still going to be able to play it.


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