The 5 best games for iPhone and iPad this week – March 31st

Well, that was the week that was. Some games came out, Samsung announced a new phone, I ate some biscuits. Pretty hectic if you ask me. Which I notice you didn’t.

Anyway, our last post of the week usually rounds up the five best games that hit the App Store this week. And that’s exactly what we’re going to do right now. After all, we’re traditionalists here at AppSpy.

As ever click on the emboldened names of the games in the list below and you’ll be whisked away to the App Store to download them. And if you think we’ve missed anything feel free to have your say in the comments below.

Dynasty Warriors: Unleashed – Free

A solid and engaging, free to play take on the Dynasty Warriors series. Lead your warriors in massive battles, take on legendary bosses, and generally smash the poop out of everything in the world. It’s fun, it’s fast, and the free to play isn’t too annoying.

Read the Pocket Gamer review here

Kami 2 – Free

The sequel to the zen-like paper folding game. It’s sharper and deeper than the original, so expect some paper cuts here. But it’s basically worth it just for th…

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The AppSpy retrospective – The 3 best games of March 2016

March. That seems like it was ages ago. Even saying March feels like a step back into the dim and distant past. March March March March. I’ve said it too many times now and it’s lost all meaning. Ah well.

As we continue our look back at the last 12 months of mobile gaming, we’ve reached the first of our really big hitters. March saw the release of Clash Royale, and unless you’ve been living under a rock without a 4G connection for 9 months, then there’s a good chance you’ve heard of it.

But it wasn’t the only gem to come out that month. In fact there were quite a few. But in my humble opinion, these three right here were the finest. Disagree? Then let us know in the comments below.

Clash Royale

A mobile MOBA that looks lovely, has the budget of Supercell behind it, and captured our imagination for most of the early part of the year. It’s not just good fun, it’s great fun, and the competitive nature of the game pushes you on to smash your foes.

Sure there’s a plateau you’re going to reach when you either dig in hard or get bored and go do something else, but there are plenty of people out there still playing and spending on this one. It’s fast, it’s frantic, and it’s an awful lot of fun.


An auto-running platformi…

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iPad US Usage Still Above 80% But Slipping a Bit
Apple's iPads still dominate tablet usage at 80.5% share which is down 0.5% from January's 81% and down from December's 87.2%. While the iPad mini was constrained during these months I believe Apple's share could continue to have a slow grind down …
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