Does your new iPhone 6 feel empty? Have you already blown through our picks for the 25 best iPhone games of 2014 so far? That’s alright – there’s plenty to dive into with this week’s new releases.

Asphalt Overdrive

screen1136x1136[1]The first spinoff in the Asphalt series is more of an endless runner than a driving game. Think Spider-Man Unlimited if Spider-Man were a Mustang GT. This isn’t a bad thing.

Robots Need Love Too

screen1136x1136[1]Robots can’t be programmed to love – it just happens. But you can program them to find their mates. Help these two crazy metal kids find each other by creating safe directions.

Shred It

screen1136x1136[1]The weather’s getting colder, and if you’re younger, braver and more balanced than I, this means one thing: snowboarding. Luckily, cowardly old men like me can still enjoy shredding up the mountain thanks to games like this.

Smarter Than You

screen1136x1136[1]A healthy mix of Rock Paper Scissors and lying, players will try to psyche each other out in this unique twist on RPS. BONUS: you’ll be teaching AI human behavior when it comes to lies and truth-telling. That won’t come back to haunt us, right Skynet?

Turbo Dismount

screen1136x1136[1]Stair Dismount is so 2009. Wouldn’t you rather dismount from something a little more spectacular? The ragdoll physics kings at Secret Exit return with their latest game of fumbly behaviors.

Cursed Treasure 2

screen1136x1136[1]A new tower defense game published by Armor Games? That alone makes it worth a look. Let’s not forget – their support is a big part of the reason you discovered of Kingdom Rush.

Nimble Squiggles

screen1136x1136[1]Squiggles need to make their way to a funnel, but they can only pass through like colored doors. Can you help them avoid obstacles and reach their destination?


screen1136x1136[1]A promotional game for the upcoming Christopher Nolan sci-fi flick of the same name, you’ll pilot a ship for as long as you can before it runs out of fuel. Bonus: you customize your own solar system, and then explore the systems of other players.

The Secret of Raven Rock

screen1136x1136[1]A new game from a new studio looking to re-capture the very old glory of Myst (or, I suppose, the more recent glory of The Room). If you like puzzles, this should probably be on your to-do list this week.

Hell’o Angel

screen1136x1136[1]This one looks like a particularly challenging platformer. Plus the story of an angel duped into journeying to hell sounds kind of nifty.

Anomaly Defenders

ss_4a8ab7dac8cb3682507a5a1a576606e946aec08e.1920x1080[1]The Anomaly series comes to it’s conclusion with this third entry, putting the shoe on the other foot as you defend against a human invasion.


Puzzle Warriors Adventure

screen1024x1024[1]Getting sick of match-3 RPG’s on the App Store? WAIT! This one looks like it might be more Puyo Puyo than match-3, and as any puzzle veteran will tell you, the App Store is sorely lacking in Puyo Puyo.

Epic Island

screen1136x1136[1]Backflip Studios hammers the App Store with another free-to-play title; this one puts you in charge of a legion of heroes as they fight dastardly monsters and make endlessly better gear.