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Weekly Mobile Roundup — Best Android and iOS Games This Week

The weekly mobile roundup is back! This week, our lineup of top Android and iOS games include: a Star Wars-based level building game, a miniature world simulator, and two puzzle games. As always, this list is platform-agnostic; all games are available for both Android and iOS..

Triple Town

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Triple Town is a pretty simple puzzle game, simple and addicting.You are given a standard map where three is your lucky number. 3 bushes= a tree, 3 trees= a brick hut, and it keeps escalating. Your goal is to create the best town you can. Your enemy in the game is bears! Bears are everywhere terrorizing your citizens and getting in the way. Remember strategy is key and the best things come in threes. Triple Town is free but many people purchase the unlimited turns for $3.99.

Developer: Spry Fox
Price: Free

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Star Wars: Tiny Death Star

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Tiny Death Star is a level building time management game that is fun for any Star Wars fan. Each level is designed to be a part of the Star Wars universe. The music is 8 bit and all of the characters are in pixel. The conversation and scripts with the characters are pretty entertaining. The game has in app purchases but you may not need them. What more could you ask for?

Developer: Lucasfilm Ltd.
Price: Free

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Quiet, Please

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Nostatic Software brings us a 2D pixel puzzle game. Quiet, Please is based on the character coming home from a long day wanting some peace and quiet. You spend your time running through the house trying to silence everything. The duration of the game is pretty short but we think you will enjoy it!

Developer: Nostatic Software
Price: $.99

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TOPIA

topia TOPIA allows you to create worlds with your thumbs. It’s a sandbox game that doesn’t have enough toys in the sandbox. TOPIA is fun but may not keep your attention for too long.

Developer: Crescent Moon Games

Price: $1.99

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So there you have it, our list of best Android and iOS games that have us going thumb crazy this week. Any particular games you’re playing? Let us know in the comments below and we’ll check them out for next week!