Songs about mountain goats? Not quite. But we have games about songs, and games about mountain goats, and that’s arguably just as good.

A few surprises, a few delights, and a few games that may not have been on your radar to begin with. Let the Thursday morning onslaught of new games begin!

Mountain Goat Mountain

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We’ve had our eye on this charming, Q*Bertesque goat simulator since it soft-launched back in June, and we’re delighted to see that it’s hitting the global market as quickly as it has. If you enjoyed last week’s Down the Mountain, you’ll definitely want to give this a download.

SongPop 2

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Think you know music better than your friends? The #1 music trivia game for modern gamers is back with a fresh coat of paint and some new features. Prep your ear worms — they’re about to have feast.

Warhammer 40k Deathwing: Tyranid Invasion

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There’s no shortage of Warhammer games on the App Store, but if you’re looking for the best, the fantasy-based Warhammer Quest would be an easy contender. Its creator (Rodeo Games) is back, and this time exploring the world of space marines in the distant future.

This War of Mine

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It’s time to look at war from a different perspective. This War of Mine is a simulation game of survival, as civilians living in a war-torn nation struggle to find food and comfort in the worst of conditions.

Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle

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If there’s one thing I know about anime fans, it’s that they love a good mobile game. Just look at One Piece Treasure Cruise. In Dokkan, players will “simply tap the Ki Spheres on the screen to engage in supersonic combat!” I don’t know what that means, but if you’ve ever watched DBZ, I’ll bet you do.

Million Arthur

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A traditional mobile card battler that was a huge hit in Japan, Million Arthur puts players in the shoes of one the the million people to pull Excalibur from its stone. It’s a very different take on a familiar British legend.

Battle Force

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Need a new tactical battle fix on your phone? If you can’t get enough of games like Heavenstrike Rivals and Hero Academy, Battle Force should be worth giving a try.

Forest Home

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There are plenty of games on the App Store about connecting colored dots with lines that don’t overlap — but how many of them have bridges and adorable animals? You already know the sort of puzzler we’re looking at here. If this unique little subgenre is up your alley, Forest Home should be too.