5 addicting iPhone games you should play this week

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When it comes to the App Store, it can be challenging to find the best iPhone games. To help out, here’s our roundup of the games we think are worth downloading and playing this week. No matter your personal preference — whether it’s a fighting game, a turned-based RPG, or just a good old puzzle game — we’ve got you covered.

Here are our top 5 best iPhone games you should play this week:

Mortal Kombat X (free)

Mortal Kombat X is a fighting game developed by Warner Bros.’ NetherRealm Studios. In Mortal Kombat X, players will create their own team of Mortal Kombat fighters and lead them into battle. Players can compete with others in Faction Wars, which is an online competitive mode that lets players engage with other teams. As you go through the game, you can make your way up to the leaderboard and earn weekly prizes. Players can also collect Mortal Kombat veterans like Scorpion, Johnny Cage, Sub-Zero, and more.


Knights of Pen & Paper 2 ($5)

Knights of Pen & Paper 2 is a turn-based RPG game developed by Paradox Interactive. In Knights of Pen & Paper 2, you take on the role of both players and need to prepare for the challenges ahead. Players can choose quests, combat encounters, and complain to the GM.


Languinis: Match and Spell (free)

Languinis: Match and Spell is a puzzle game developed by Tilting Point Spotlight. Players need to help the Languinis in defeating the Phoenix god that is keeping them hostage. Match tiles to uncover letters and form words to advance to the next level. Languinis: Match and Spell is a fun and addictive puzzle game.


Nitro Nation Online (free)

Nitro Nation is a racing game developed by Osauhing Creative Mobile. Players get to create their own team, build a unique car, and race any distance from 1/8 to a full mile. iOS users get to choose from three new exclusive cars: Mini Coupé John Cooper Works, Ford Shelby GT500, and Pagani Huayra. Players will love this unique racing experience.


Oddwings Escape (free)

Oddwings Escape is a flying game developed by Small Giant Games. Players with start with a single bird, Frankie, and complete missions and endless survival fights to rescue Oddwings from the evil Dr. Rooster’s lab. Players will need to make their way through the doctor’s dangerous traps and obstacles like air bombs, poison gases, and other exotic perils.


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