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

By , on January 2, 2018
Last modified 9 months, 3 weeks ago

Here we are then, the last part of our look back at 2017 in mobile gaming. And, as usual, December was chock full of awesome games that you should definitely have already played. Don't worry if you haven't though, because we've provided links to download them.

If this list has proven anything, I think it shows that mobile gaming has something to offer everyone. From incredible, mesmerising experiences, to small, more intimate stories. Here's hoping that 2018 can deliver the same. Oh, and make sure you keep coming back to AppSpy in the new year, because we're going to cover it all. That's right, ALL OF IT.

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

Click here to read the best games of November 2017

December 2017

Reigns: Her Majesty

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There are games that are interesting, and there are games that are important. Reigns: Her Majesty manages to be both of those. It's super fun as well. Like its predecessor it sees you trying to run a country. This time round though, you're playing as the queen. Smart, brilliantly well written, and definitely worth your time.

Fez Pocket Edition

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It's Fez, but it fits in your pocket. It might not be the best port of the indie classic, but it's cheap and it works surprisingly well. If you're looking for a puzzling platformer to really sink your teeth into then this one should be somewhere near the top of your list. Just be prepared for the meal to twist around in your mouth and confuse you from time to time.

Inside

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The spiritual successor to the wonderfully grim Limbo, Inside is also wonderfully grim, just in different ways. Set in a dystopian future it sees you playing a young boy escaping from a faceless regime. There are puzzles to solve, minds to control, and at one point you pull a pig's tail off. True story.


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