The 5 best games for iPhone and iPad this week - December 1st

By , on December 1, 2017
Last modified 2 years, 8 months ago

It's the end of the week. That's nice isn't it? Unless you have to work at the weekend. Then I feel sorry for you. I'm sure you'll make it through though, I believe in you, and your overwhelming power to succeed whatever the odds.

As it's Friday we're going to round up the best games of the week. Because that's what we like to do on Friday. It's been a pretty damn good week all told, with some big games and some small games and quite a lot of fun games. And we all love fun here at AppSpy. We love it so much.

You can click on the bold names of the games below to download them from the App Store. And if there's anything you've spotted on your travels that you think your fellow App-Spiers should be playing, feel free to wham it in the comments at the bottom of the content.

GRID Autosport

A super-slick racing sim that's premium. Pay once, get everything. It looks incredible, it controls even better, and there's so much going on here that even for the price it's well worth checking out. Oh, and most importantly it's wonderfully exciting. The sort of racer thats going to crawl into your brain and stay there.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here


A game that's all about poking around in robot's brains. It's lovely and tactile, and the art style is the sort of thing that's going to warm the cockles of your heart on a snowy weekend. There's plenty to do here, and you're going to enjoy almost everything that the game throws in your direction.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

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Neverending Nightmares

A psychological horror game that fizzes and pops with terror. It's not just about jump scares - there's a sense of dread that permeates everything here. Throw in a creepy art style and some atmospheric music and you're left with an experience that is going to scare the heebiejeebies out of you in the best possible way.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

Game Dev Tycoon

It might have taken about five years to get to mobile, but it's been well worth the wait. Build up your game empire, watch it crumble into bankruptcy, then learn from your mistakes and try again. There's a brilliant rhythm of play, and some new additions to the mobile version as well. I wonder if making games is this much fun in real life?

Read the Pocket Gamer review here


A simple arcade game about guiding a knight through a dungeon. You've got three buttons. One makes you leap forward, one swings your weapon, and the other blocks incoming attacks. It's fast and furious, and while it might not stick around in the memory for long, you're going to have a blast playing it all the same.