Top 5 best iPhone games you need to play this week

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Because of the sheer amount of choice available, when you’re browsing the App Store, it can be challenging to find the best games for your iPhone. 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 puzzle-platformer game, battle game, or a trivia game — we’ve got you covered.

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

Adventure Time Puzzle Quest

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Adventure Time Puzzle Quest is a quirky, fun match-3 puzzle RPG game that’s packed with different characters. You’ll join Finn, Jake, and their friends to complete quests and try to save the residents of the Land of Ooo. There are lots of other characters to unlock and recruit as you play through. You can use your character’s special abilities when you manage to match three or more gems.

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Card King: Dragon Wars

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Card King: Dragon Wars is a battle game developed by Crooz, Inc. In Card King: Dragon Wars, players explore the town of Dragardia to battle against magical enemies, each with their own unique abilities. Command an army of creatures, including Dragons, Immortal Knights, and Elementals. Card King: Dragon Wars offers more than 100 creatures, epic 3D Card Battles, and a social PvP component where you can battle players from across the world.

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To-Fu Fury

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To-Fu Fury is a fast-paced puzzle-platformer game developed by Amazon Game Studios. To-Fu is a wobbly warrior who’s on a mission to defend the world from the evil Hoshi clan. Players must navigate To-Fu through deadly traps, spikes, and battle enemies to help free Fortune Kitty.

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What Restaurant?

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What Restaurant? is a trivia game developed by Yasarcan Kasal. Players are challenged to guess the name of popular restaurant chains in this simple, yet addictive game. Simply look at the icon and make a familiar name out of the scrambled letters.

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Waterslide Extreme

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Waterslide Extreme is a racing game developed by Dare Digital Ltd. Players steer their way down the waterslide, collecting points as they go. Of course, the faster they go, the more points they earn. Players can speed through beautiful 3D cityscapes and ride the skies as day turns to night.

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That’s it for this week, but check back next week for more fun iPhone games to download!

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