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This Week’s Must-Have iOS Games: Temple Run 2, Momonga Pinball Adventures, Infestor [Roundup]

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Temple Run 2 gets this week’s must-have games roundup up and running (see what I did there?). It’s accompanied by a unique pinball game that features the cutest flying squirrel you’ve ever seen, an awesome new platformer from Ravenous Games, and a title that originally made its debut on the Apple II all those years ago.

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This Week’s Must-Have iOS Games: Horn, Mad Skills BMX, Jack Lumber & More [Roundup]

This Week’s Must-Have iOS Games: Horn, Mad Skills BMX, Jack Lumber & More [Roundup]

Kicking off this week’s must-have games roundup is a new game from Zynga that will blow your mind. It’s called Horn, and it’s a third-person action game with incredible, console-quality visuals and great gameplay. That’s accompanied by Mad Skills BMX from the creators of Mad Skills Motocross; Jack Lumber, the first game from the SEGA Alliance; Cafeteria Nipponica from Kairosoft, and more. Look out for the awesome new platformer from Ravenous Games, creators of the award-winning League of Evil.

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The World Needs Your Help Again Fighting The League Of Evil 2

No, Clear isn’t the only App Store release that is worth getting excited about today. League of Evil 2 from Ravenous Games is also on the list. This is the sequel to the popular platformer that became a huge success on iOS last year, and it’s on sale for launch at just $0.99.

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The Best Alternatives to Super Mario Bros On iOS [App Store Roundup]

The Best Alternatives to Super Mario Bros On iOS [App Store Roundup]

I fell in love with Super Mario Bros. when my parents bought me a Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) for Christmas as a young boy, and I’ve been obsessed with Super Mario games ever since. There’s nothing that would please me more than having the chunky plumber in my pocket on my iPhone. But since Nintendo refuses to bring its titles to iOS, we’re forced to play the alternatives.

But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The absence of Super Mario has spawned a number of terrific platforming alternatives that are just as enjoyable. I’ve been enjoying a number of them over the years, and thought it was about time I shared the best of the bunch.

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