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The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No. 1 - New Star Manager

Feature By Harry Slater, 5 months, 4 weeks ago
The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No. 1 - New Star Manager

Here it is then, the App Spy iPhone and iPad game of the year 2018. Last week we ran through games 10 to 6 on our list, and this week we've got into the meat of the story. But that doesn't mean that you've missed out on the rest of our list. You can click here to get up to date with all the other amazing games that came out this year. We don't think our choice for the best game of the year is controversial, but if you think we're being ridiculous by suggesting that please do let us know in the comments. Or just let us know what you think should be the game of the year. Hell, you could even just say hi if you wanted to. New Star Manager The top position in our 2018 list goes to the amazing…

[Updated] The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No. 10 to 2

Feature By Harry Slater, 5 months, 4 weeks ago
[Updated] The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No. 10 to 2

Because it's the end of the year we're rounding up all of the amazing games that have come out over the past 12 months. This is the page where you're going to be able to see the entire list coming to life, since we're going to be updating it every time we add a new game. Right now we've got links that'll take you to check out games ten through six, which you can check out below. We had a tough time picking all of the games on this list, as you might be able to imagine. It's hard to remember a year when the releases were so varied - even if we broke the list down into genres the choices would be tough to make. But we've done what we think is our best to make a sensible list that really refle…

The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No 2 - Shadowgun Legends

Feature By Harry Slater, 6 months ago
The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No 2 - Shadowgun Legends

We're almost there - we've told you what we think the fifth best game of the year is. We've told you what we think the fourth best game of the year is. We've even told you what we think the third best game of the year is. Now it's time for number 2. Or you can check out games 10-3 with a click here. There were some tough choices to make when it came to which game deserved the top-spot, but in the end we think we've got this one right. If you don't agree though, make sure you let us know in the comments at the bottom of the article. Before you do that though, here's our choice for the second best game for iPhone and iPad of 2018. Shadowgun Legends It might have been overshadowed by PUBG an…

The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No. 3 - Evergarden

Feature By Harry Slater, 6 months ago
The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No. 3 - Evergarden

It's time for us to start the top three. These games are the cream of the crop - the 3 best games that came out for iPhone and iPad in 2018. This week we've already revealed our pick for the fifth best game of the year, as well as our choice for the fourth best game from 2018. And if you want to read about games 10-4 you can find out about them by clicking this link. Now that's out of the way, we can move on to the game itself. This one was a huge surprise when it came out, but it deserves its place on this list for being the finest puzzler that came to the App Store over the past year. Evergarden The thing with Evergarden is that it isn't just a puzzler - there's so much more going on be…

The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No 4 - The Room: Old Sins

Feature By Harry Slater, 6 months ago
The top 10 iPhone and iPad games of 2018: No 4 - The Room: Old Sins

Yesterday we told you what we thought the fifth best iPhone and iPad game of 2018 was. We've already told you about games 10-6 on our list, and you can read all about them by clicking this link right here. Now it's time for number 4 in our list. It's a gloomy return to screen-poking that's filled with horror, spooks, and a sense of unease, and it's bloody brilliant. Of course there's a chance you won't think that, so do let us know in the comments if you think we've got this one wrong. The Room: Old Sins The fourth game in The Room series does away with things like numbers. It's a stand-alone story set in the same unnerving Victorian universe, and it's all about poking and prodding a doll…