Whether you hate zombies, love Portal, or just wish your had more Qbert in your life, this is a good week for you.

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Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Father

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If you’re a fan of point-and-click adventures and over the age of 30, you’re probably more than familiar with the cult status that the Gabriel Knight series has attained. For the original’s 20th anniversary, the game saw a gorgeous remake by its creator, Jane Jensen. This week that remake surfaces on your iPad.

Cally’s Caves 3

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Even if you missed the first two, you’re going to want to grab the latest installment in this action platformer series. A huge selection of weapons and great gameplay are found within.

Adventure Time Puzzle Quest

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When you want to go on a puzzle adventure, who better to bring along than Finn and Jake? The popular Cartoon Network series gets its own match-3 battle game this week, and it’s from the studio that started the whole match-3 RPG craze to begin with.

Qbert Rebooted

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Man, I was starting to think this game was never coming out. More than a year ago we took a look at Qbert Rebooted on desktops, and at that time the mobile release seemed imminent. If you’re a fan of arcade classics, you’ll want to give this one a go.

Game of Thrones Episode 5

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How will the saga of House Forrester wrap up? You won’t find out today, but we’re nearing the end. After episode five, there’s only one more to go before Telltale wraps up their first Game of Thrones season.

Transportal

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Years and years ago, there was a great little 2D homage to Valve’s classic called “Portal: The Flash Version.” Transportal looks a lot like that, and if it plays just as well, we’ll be very happy gamers.

To-Fu Fury

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First launching as an Amazon Fire exclusive last summer, To-Fu Fury offered up plenty of physics-based fun in a familiar series. Our full review from 2014 can be found here.

Prune

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A puzzle experience about pruning trees to help them grow, Prune looks to offer a zen-style game that isn’t without some challenge.

The Journey Back

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You’ve woken up after a car crash. Now what? The Journey Back is a first-person game of exploration where you’ll need to piece together your story.

Legions of Steel

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Strategy fans have come to recognize the name “Slitherine” as a hallmark of quality on mobile. Their latest publishing effort is an adaptation of a 1992 board game about a tactical squad in space.

Fingers of Fury

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CounterSpy was quietly one of my personal favorites this past year, so imagine my surprise to see its developers have a brand new release on the App Store this morning. Fingers of Fury is “an endless kung fu brawler.” You’d best do some stretches first.

The Long Siege

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There are plenty of match-3 RPGs out there, but not many that challenge you to complete your battles in real time. How fast can you match?

Vault!

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The latest Nitrome game is exactly what you might expect from its title: a game about pole-vaulting. More specifically, it’s an endless runner about pole-vaulting. Imagine Canabalt with a big stick.

Stupid Zombies 3

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A puzzle game that’s all about mayhem and zombie fighting? Ok, maybe this is something we can get behind. Stupid Zombies 3 is a little bit billiards, a little bit The Walking Dead.

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