Have you already finished all of last week’s great releases? Even Severed?

Jeez, you really like mobile games. Don’t worry though — as always, there’s a decent selection of new titles available this week that should keep you sated. From a mobile-exclusive Final Fantasy to a card-based clown interrogation, Gamezebo’s weekly roundup has you covered.

Mobius Final Fantasy

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We’ve spent much of our non-writing time in the last 24 hours playing Mobius Final Fantasy, and it’s… strange. Eerily familiar, yet something distinctly its own. We’ll explore this in our full review in the coming days, but in the meantime, if you’re a fan of Final Fantasy games you owe it to yourself to check Mobius out.

Tap Sports Football 2016

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Another year, another opportunity to tackle the opposing team. Hothead Games’ Tap Sports franchises always do a great job of delivering the goods, and we’re fairly confident that their latest pigskin iteration will be no exception.

Perchang

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After a release earlier this year on the App Store, the fantastic puzzler Perchang finally makes its way to Android. The goal of this one is to guide little metal balls to their eventual destination by activating different items at just the right time. Think a mix of Lemmings and a Rube Goldberg machine, and you’ll be in the right ballpark.

Do U Even Tap?

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Idle clickers bro down in this new weightlifting game that promises “Forty bros, two girls. Just like a regular gym (based on market research).” Protein shake culture, prepare to be satirized.

One Show Only

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Solve a murder mystery by speaking with witnesses. Speak with witnesses by playing a card game. WEIRD. NEAT.

Blitz Breaker

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Blitz Breaker offers a mix of old-school platforming elements and swipe-based movement mechanics. It’s like a cross between Tomb of the Mask and Mega Man. Retro gaming enthusiasts, don’t miss out on this one.

Tap Hero

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Simple one-touch games are a dime a dozen on the App Store, and this one doesn’t do anything too revolutionary — but there’s plenty of satisfaction to be had in a high score drive that you sees battling enemies left and right with a giant sword.