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Top iPhone and iPad games of November 2018

By , on December 4, 2018
Last modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago

It feels like only yesterday that November was only just starting, yet here we are at the beginning of December with a whole bunch of new games to look back on. Doesn't time just fly when you're having fun?

From adventures through platformers, shooters, and strategy titles, there's been something for everyone. These ones below are the cream of the crop, though if you don't quite feel the same do leave us a comment below and let us know what you just loved.

See/Saw

A rather unusual platforming game, See/Saw runs along the same vein as Super Meat Boy and the like, though with its own style entirely. It's the ultimate game of sacrifice where sometimes you've just got to die to get through the level.

In each area you need to collect all of the coins as you throw yourself around, attempting to avoid deadly obstacles where you can. This is another fantastic title by the hit-making Philipp Stollenmayer (Zip-Zap, Bacon, supertype), and even James thought it was swanky in its video review.

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Spitkiss

A rather visceral name for a weirdly endearing game, Spitkiss is all about getting the spit from one lover into another lover's mouth. Eww. Though it does sound gross, it's seriously good, has interesting and important themes, and works perfectly for mobile with its one-touch controls.

It's as much a game of skill and reflexes as much as it is about sloppy kisses. Unlike classic platformers, there aren't any floating joysticks or virtual buttons to press, no, the gesture controls developed offer up a wonderfully fluid experience.

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Black Paradox

Playing as a badass galaxy-traversing bounty hunter called Black Paradox, you travel through time by manipulating the energy produced by black holes. Firstly, it's one of the coolest concepts ever, and secondly, it's a really successful take on the familiar sh'mup genre with a bit more of a modern twist to it.

Sh'mups aren't exactly sparse on the App Store, but Black Paradox offers up something memorable and pleasant to look at – at the very least, something that doesn't rely on fitting up your screen with lasers. There are seven bosses to defeat, a huge number of weapons, a neat spaceship growth system, and lots more going for it.

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Kingdom Rush Vengeance

If any of you have played Ironhide's excellent tower defences before you'll know these cats know what they're doing. Kingdom Rush Vengeance is a long-awaited title and, unlike the previous instalments, has you fighting on the team of the bad guys this time.

Now you've got tons more towers and stages to play around with, not to mention upgrades, heroes, enemies, achievements, bits and bobs, and so much more it'll make your head spin. Bring down the three mighty kings and defeat all that's good once and for all.

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Sky Gamblers – Storm Raiders 2

While not everyone reading this will be into dogfights, Sky Gamblers 2 offered up a surprisingly premium and rich experience that is an absolute joy to play. Whether you're playing in solo or multiplayer, everything about this experience is top-notch.

Take part in intense battles and pilot some of WWII's most iconic fighters, bombers, and dive-bombers. If you find on you like in particular you can customise it to suit your tastes, then take it to the skies to tear through enemy forces.

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