6 New iPhone Games You Should Try This Week

By Jim Squires |

Good news! There’s plenty of time to catch up on all of the games you’ve installed on your iPhone but not played yet… and that’s as positive a spin as we can put on this week’s selection. There are a few games we’re really excited about (six of them, in fact!), but by App Store numbers, it’s a slow week for hot games.

Did we miss your favorite new iPhone or iPad game from this week? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.

King Rabbit

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King Rabbit is the sequel to 2015’s fantastic (and frantic) action/puzzle game Furdemption. This time the bunny is no longer battling a lake of fire, and instead brings his puzzling to the surface of the Earth.

Super Arc Light

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Fans of twitchy games like Super Hexagon will want to give Super Arc Light a try. It’s a radial shooter with crazy minimalist visuals and fast action.

Total War Battles: Kingdom

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SEGA’s popular Total War strategy series gets a free-to-play mobile twist this week. Build your own kingdom and do battle with other players in medieval skirmishes.

MLB Manager 2016

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Out of the Park brings another deep baseball simulation to the App Store, just in time for Spring Training. If you’re a fan of sports simulations and sliding into second base, OOTP releases are the gold standard.

Doomsday Clicker

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Mix Fallout Shelter with the idle clicker genre and you’d end up with something a little like Doomsday Clicker, a game of bunker building and touchscreen tapping. It’s the latest release from PikPok (Monsters Ate My Condo, Extinction Squad), so it definitely has some pedigree behind it.

Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble

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Fans of Yo-Kai Watch get their second mobile app this week, and the first that looks to offer a full gaming experience. Wibble Wobble is a puzzle RPG with a unique matching mechanic that puts a fresh twist on match-3.

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