Weekly Mobile Roundup — Best Android and iOS Games This Week

The weekly mobile roundup is back! The Game Fanatics has been hard at work curating a list of the best Android and iOS games of the week (actually longer; we’ve had quite a hiatus).

Hitman GO

hitman go

Agent 47 makes his debut on smartphone and tablet screens everywhere, and with a very sleek and different art style. Unlike previous Hitman games, Hitman GO is a modern take on the board game, infusing traditional sleuth strategy we’ve come to expect. With various chapters and increasing difficulty, Hitman GO is sure to have you glued to your mobile device for hours on end.

Developer: Square Enix INC
Price: $4.99

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown

Another AAA developer makes its way unto our weekly roundup. Albeit XCOM: Enemy Unknown is on the pricey end of mobile games, it is a phenomenal port of the full console game, and though we already beat that version, there’s never a bad time to whip our your smartphone and save the Earth.

Developer: 2K Games
Price: $9.99

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Elevate – Brain Training

Don’t let the name scare you away, yes it’s a brain training app…but it’s a game as well. The premise is simple – 3 challenges a day, work out your brain. For those who want to sharpen critical skills like focus, processing, precision, and comprehension, via the medium of a video game, then download Elevate right away! Be warned though, the Pro version will cost you a pretty penny.

Developer: Elevate, Inc.
Price: Free

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FIFA 14 by EA SPORTS

In the spirit of the World Cup, we added this gem. FIFA 14 is fully licensed and comes complete with World Cup National Teams. Revamped touch controls and fresh graphics make this sports sim a great addition to your mobile collection.

Developer: Electronic Arts, Inc.
Price: Free

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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!

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