The 5 best games for iPhone and iPad this week - June 9th

By , on June 9, 2017
Last modified 6 years, 11 months ago

It's been a pretty good week for iOS gaming, all told. Obviously one release stands head and shoulders over all the others. You know the one I'm talking about. Don't worry if you don't though, we'll get to it in a bit.

As per usual, we're going to round up the five best games that have hit the App Store this week. That's just the kind of gentle and caring souls we are here at AppSpy. Sharing is caring. And we care. A lot.

You can click on the emboldened name of the games below to be whisked away to the App Store where you can download them. And if you think we've missed anything then feel free to chuck your own suggestions in the comments at the bottom of the article.

Monument Valley 2

I could only really lead with this one. It's a staggering game, full of warmth and sadness and amazing ideas. It builds on the work of its predecessor with skill and style, and you should definitely be playing it right now.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

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Mr. Mustachio 2

A tough maths puzzler that isn't going to be everyone's tastes. It's pretty darn difficult, but if you're got a flare for numbers its arcade pace and lovely graphics are likely to snag you in pretty tightly. Plus there's moustaches in it.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

Art of Conquest

A gorgeous looking casual mix of RTS and MMO. There's a lot to like here if you don't mind your games with a certain lack of control. Definitely one to look out for if you're a fan of Clash of Clans or any of the other games in that ilk.

Super Sticky Bros.

A weird platformer with a ridiculous amount of levels that doesn't really care what you think about it. It's smart, it's fast, and while it's a little rough around the edges you're going to have a pretty entertaining time when you're fingers deep in it.

Super Nano Jumpers

A hard as nails platformer that's chock full of retr-infused levels. It's easy to pick up and play, and while it does have a few niggles here and there there's enough hardcore action that you're going to smile and swear your way through everything it has to offer.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here