Have you already finished playing all the games that we recommended last week? You, sir or madam, are a dedicated mobile gamer. And as such, you should be very excited to check out what’s new on the App Store this week:

TouchTone

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Secrets are dangerous – especially nowadays. That’s why your government is counting on you to solve puzzles, listen to phone calls, and flag potential threats. Play TouchTone — not just because it’s great, but because it’s your duty as a citizen.

Adventures of Poco Eco – Lost Sounds

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A musical puzzle exploration game that we’ve already gushed about, Adventure of Poco Eco is an absolutely must-play for fans of tranquil, elegant gaming experiences.

Stormblades

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Want to feel powerful? Why not take down a titanic monster with the flick of your finger? Kiloo’s latest borrows a page from the Infinity Blade book, and if you ask us, that’s not a bad thing.

Overpaint

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Overpaint is a puzzle game about colors in motion. Players need to match like-colored circles with squares. Minimalist puzzle fans will eat this one up, but I’ve got to assume it might not be one for the colorblind. It’s free though, so I suppose it wouldn’t hurt those afflicted with colorblindness to find out first hand.

Atari Fit

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A new fitness app from Atari, Atari Fit will let players earn XP as they exercise, in turn unlocking games and additional fitness routines. I like the idea of a gamified workout, but I also like cheeseburgers. Depending on which one gets more of my time this week, you *might* get an article about our experiences with Atari Fit in the next week or so.

SwapQuest

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Move tiles in PipeMania-fashion to guide a hero through a fantasy world. Role-playing get puzzly.

Ryan North’s To Be Or Not To Be

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A silly, gorgeous, wonderfully unique spin on Hamlet. If you have a sense of humor and a working knowledge of Shakespeare, you’ll be pleased as punch with this one.

Stan Lee’s Hero Command

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Stan Lee’s name has been used in mobile games before (remember Verticus?), but this is the first time he’s seemingly created a whole new universe of heroes that gamers can play around with. The iTunes description promises “frenetic button mashing and exciting super powers.” What more could you want in a superhero game?

Road to Dragons

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It was a big hit in Japan (even warranting a crossover with the smash-hit 3DS RPG Bravely Default), and now it’s come to the West. Pick your own path as you quest your way towards a complete domination of dragonkind.

Four Letters

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Need a new word game to enjoy on the go? This one is from PikPok, the makers of everything from Monsters Ate My Condo to Adventure Xpress. In short, these folks know how to make a great mobile game.