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Each week we like to run by a mobile games we’ve been enjoying a many over a past 7 days.
This week sees a lapse of a most dear developer in Tiny Touch Tales, as good as a attainment of a excellent midcore plan diversion (starring potatoes, no less).
Elsewhere, we wait ages for a leftfield triangle-shifting puzzler and dual come along in discerning succession. If we dug Yankai’s Peak yet found it a small intimidating, we have only a diversion for you.
Have we been personification anything opposite this past week? Let us know in a comments below.
Tiny Touch Tales has a knack of holding a classical label diversion of Solitaire and rambling it into shining new shapes, all with a particular art style. See Card Crawl and Card Thief for examples. Now we can add Miracle Merchant to that list.
This is an permitted plan diversion all about a potato using a arms shop. Our reliable spud contingency buy materials, make an collection of lethal weapons, afterwards sell them on to heroes for a juicy profit. It looks lovely, it’s smart, and it’s flattering darned original.
By Dropout Games – buy on iOS
If we bloody by Yankai’s Peak and are still thirsting for some-more triangle-shifting puzzling, Neo Angle competence be value a go. It isn’t going to poise a same heated challenge, yet it’s a well-oiled puzzler that offers adult a peculiar new idea.
Train adult anticipation critters to conflict other players in this Pokemon-meets-freemium-battler game. There’s zero insubordinate to Warpets, yet it has an enjoyably poignant turn-based conflict complement and plain presentation.
Tiny Defense 2
By Picsoft Studios – buy on iOS
We weren’t accurately bowled over by a strange Tiny Defense, yet this supplement is a most some-more discriminating and sundry affair. It’s still a infrequent take on building counterclaim though, as we deflect off waves of enemies from a side-on perspective