New iPad Games of the Week

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Best of 2017 and more

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Apple on Thursday announced its Best of 2017 on the App Store. The photo editing tool Affinity Photo and The Witness were selected as the best iPad app and game of the year. The meditation app Calm and the puzzle game Splitter Critters won best iPhone app and game of the year. Nintendo's Super Mario Run and Facetune were the most downloaded game and app of 2017.

You can see all of Apple's picks for best games, apps, trends, stickers and more in the Today section of the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Animal Crossing and more

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

The wait is over as Nintendo's third iOS title landed on the App Store this week. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a building title where players can design their own campsite while interacting with various animal characters. In the game players must help the animals by visiting recreation sites and completing tasks like picking fruit, fishing and catching bugs. After completing these tasks players will then earn materials to craft furniture and other amenities for their campground. Players can also host animals at their campsite by building the correct attractions, visit other's campsites and customize their very own camper. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is free on the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: South Park and More

South Park: Phone Destroyer

South Park: Phone Destroyer is now available on the Apple App Store. Phone Destroyer is a free-to-play card collecting title where you design your own character to compete in 1v1 battles. Players use different cards to summon characters from the show and cast spells to attack their opponent. The game features a single player campaign written in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios, real-time PvP battles, the ability to design your own character, and tons of characters and references to the show.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Final Fantasy Dimensions 2

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Oh Square Enix, why can't any of your sequels ever make any sense? Final Fantasy Dimensions 2 landed on the App Store this week, but it has nothing to do with the original Final Fantasy Dimensions. Final Fantasy Dimensions 2 is actually a US remake of the Japanese social RPG called Final Fantasy Legends. But FFD2 is a premium title, unlike FFD which is free. I'm going to guess this is why FFD2 has a 3-star rating, while FFD has manged a overall rating of 4-stars. If you want to check out Final Fantasy Dimensions 2 and don't care it is now a direct sequel, then it is available for $14.99 on the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Halloween Edition

Turn Undead: Monster Hunter

It's Halloween weekend and plenty of horror themed games have hit the App Store this week, but before we look at the newest Halloween titles, here are some other noteworthy games now available for the iPad.

Slitherine released the nation building strategy game Afghanistan '11 to the iPad. Unlike other war simulations where the goal is typically to crush your enemy, your mission in Afghanistan '11 is to win the trust of local villagers by providing security and keeping up morale at home. Afghanistan '11 is available for the iPad for $19.99.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Google Opinion Rewards and more

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Google Opinion Rewards is now available on the Apple App Store. The app allows users to earn money for completing short 20-second surveys. You can sign up with your Google ID and receive payments through your PayPal account. Download the app now for free and start earning today.

Movies Anywhere is a new service that allows users to connect their iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Video and Vudu accounts in one place. You can store for free, any Disney, Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal and Warner Bros. movies purchased through one of the four major digital providers mentioned above. There is no and never will be a subscription fee, and syncing your accounts is quick an easy. You can sign up to Movies Anywhere through the official website and download the app from the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Stranger Things and more

Batman: The Enemy Within

Stranger Things: The Game was released to the App Store ahead of the second season's October 27th release. It's a 8-bit recreation of the fictional town Hawkins, Indiana where players can explore, solve puzzles, find Eggos and gnomes, and unlock hidden locations. The game is available for free on the App Store. You can watch the trailer here.

DigimonLinks has made its way to the US. The new monster collecting title allows players to train their own army of Digimon and compete in 3-on-3 battles. Players can also build their own digital farms to train their Digimon. The game is available for free on the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: NBA 2K18 and more

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Apple this week released iOS 11 putting an end to 32-bit apps on the App Store. While many games and apps were rendered useless with the release of Apple's new OS, a lot of developers stepped up by making their titles 64-bit compatible. Two of those games are XCOM: Enemy Within and the zombie shooter Aftermath. You can check what apps will not work on your device by following these instructions.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Iron Marines and more

Iron Marines

The creators of the popular Kingdom Rush trilogy have released Iron Marines to the Apple App Store. Iron Marines is a real-time strategy game with tower defense-like elements. In the game, you control 3 squads of Iron Marines in an attempt to complete different objectives in 14 missions and 10 special operations across two different worlds. Each squad has 3 different class of troops with their own special abilities led by one of nine heroes (3 free, 6 available as IAPs). You also can command 8 special weapons and different Refineries with 3 different turrets and abilities. Other features include 40 plus upgrades, 50 plus achievements and 4 modes of difficulty including Impossible Mode.

Iron Marines is available now for $4.99 on the App Store.

New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Destiny Companion and more

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The popular tactical RPG Warhammer Quest is getting a sequel on October 19th. The game's developer has been posting information and answering questions about End Times on the Touch Arcade forums. For example, the sequel is all in 3D, party size is now roster based, and you can now have multiple Warriors from the same class.

You can sign up to be notified about the upcoming beta and learn more about the game at perchang.com.

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