It’s crazy how quickly a week can turn. Just yesterday we were saying that things seemed a bit slow, and 24 hours later we can hit up the App Store for both the hotly anticipated puzzle sequel The Room Three and a companion app for Fallout 4.

Contrary to popular belief, there’s no such thing as a slow week on the App Store.

The Room Three

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Puzzle fans know what they’re getting themselves into with this one, and they couldn’t be more excited. The Room has proven to be one of the App Store’s most exciting series, offering puzzles within puzzles that you need to manipulate and explore to unlock.

Fallout Pip-Boy

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While Fallout 4 might not hit consoles and desktops until November 10th, the companion app has arrived a little early and allows players to sync with the game to manage their hero on the go. Mini-games are also included, and if you’re really lucky, this is the app that will complete your giant Pip-Boy purchase from the special edition.

Bigfoot Hunter

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Fans of Pokemon Snap will want to make a Kodak moment of this one. Bigfoot Hunter send players in search of mythical creatures to photograph, and it looks like good, silly fun.



The second collaboration between Harmonix and Tilting Point is… a virtual pet? Don’t look too disappointed — knowing Harmonix, there’s bound to a great beat you can dance to.

Neon Drive

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Dodge traffic and tap to the beat in this racing avoidance game that looks like something hanging on the wall of every teenager’s bedroom in 1985.

Zenonia S: Rifts in Time

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Zenonia has long been a favorite of action-RPG gamers on the App Store, and for the first time, those players can experience the game together. Co-op raids and PVP turn Zenonia into the MMO experience you didn’t even know you wanted.

Anno 2205: Asteroid Miner

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Here’s a strange one: a new match-3 game from Ubisoft to celebrate the launch of the latest PC entry in the Anno series, Anno 2205. Considering the Anno franchise is about city-building, this feels a little like a square peg in a round hole — but that doesn’t mean it should be any less enjoyable by match-3 standards.

Peanuts: Snoopy’s Town Tale

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Snoopy Street Fair may have done something similar a few years back, but this is 2015, and we want a game that looks as pretty as the movie. Build your own Peanuts town or use this to distract your kids as you’re waiting for the coming attractions to start.

Nords: Heroes of the North

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Plarium, the studio behind Stormfall: Rise of Balur, is tackling the world of nordic myths in their latest MMO strategy release.

Nuts! The Battle of the Bulge

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Hexwar is a company that usually revels in traditional wargaming, but today they’re trying something a little different: military gameplay powered by cards.

Tap Tap Dash

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A cute, frustrating game of well-timed taps. It’s the sort of thing fans of Ketchapp’s releases will love, though Tap Tap Dash isn’t a Ketchapp release.

SRPG Legna Tactica

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We rarely report about Kemco games at Gamezebo because they just release so damned many, but Legna Tactica looks like it might be a real stand-out in their catalog. If you’re a fan of games like Final Fantasy Tactics, you may want to give this one a download.