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QI's Top 10 iPhone Games for March, 2013

By Dave Flodine, on April 5, 2013

It's that time of the month again. Yes, it's time for the Quality Index's picks of March's most popular critical games (according to their aggregate sources), but more than that, when the QI list rolls around, you know Appspy's Top 3 isn't too far away at all! I'd say look for that early next week. If i'm wrong, blame Andrew!

1. Ridiculous Fishing - A Tale of Redemption
2. Brickout Zero Gravity
3. Word Soup
4. Cling!
5. Super Stickman Golf 2
6. Nimble Quest
7. King Cashing 2
8. Totems
9. The Silent Age
10. Block Fortress

I'm trying something new this month that might help you out if you look at that list and want to see why these titles made their top 10. You'll notice some of the top 10 has been linked. These lead to the reviews of those games on our site. I think this makes the list a little more interesting, as you can see how Appspy's approach to game selection differs from the top games according to QI, and it also gives you a hint as to what might be in our Top 3.
[QI's Top 10 iPhone Games - March 2013]

 


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raffelsam 1 year ago

Visit our website to find the Top & Best iPhone, iPad and iTouch games of 2013. We have played and reviewed tons of iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad games to come up with our top choices for 2013.(http://best-iphone-games-2013.com)

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AbelVincze 1 year ago

Oh, how many time i tried to contact you about Brickout0G...

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andrew 1 year ago

Sorry! You can imagine the number of emails we receive every day and while we'd love to respond to them all, sometimes they slip through the cracks :(

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AbelVincze 1 year ago

Yes i know, it's just another try:)