10 Best NEW iOS & Android Games of August 2017

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Mobile gaming on iPhones and Android phones never stops, so neither do we. Here are our favorites from this month.
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RAYCRISIS
Platform: iOS Android
Price: $9.99

Danmaku Unlimited 3
Platform: iOS Android
Price: $4.99

Technobabylon
Platform: iOS
Price: $4.99

Swim Out
Platform: iOS Android
Price: $2.99

Bottom of the 9th
Platform: iOS Android
Price: $4.99

Miracle Merchant
Platform: iOS Android
Price: (iOS $1.99) (Android Free)

Nexomon
Platform: iOS
Price: $2.99

Radiation City
Platform: iOS
Price: $4.99

Egglia: Legend of the Redcap
Platform: iOS Android
Price: $9.99

Cat Quest
Platform: iOS, Steam
Price: $4.99

BONUS

Pigeon Wings
Platform: iOS
Price: $1.99

Strike Team Hydra
Platform: iOS Android
Price: $7.99

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  1. probably mentioned it before but knights of pen and paper is a fantastic phone game, used up plenty of my time and very enjoyable, good dialogue, similar to dungeons and dragons in a way

  2. Why wasn't Radiation City at #1? I mean, you even chose the thumbnail for the video depicting it. It's clearly the best looking one from the list.

    Maybe you're just really into like cats? Idk… I thought Falcons ate mice.

  3. I find that there is a nagging problem lurking in the AppStore and google play store. The problem is that literally every new game coming out for the mobile stores is a buggy free to play game that has so many microtransactions it will make anyone feel overwhelmed. I remember the good old days when they had a lite version, a sort of demo, and that is all that was needed to really understand and enjoy the game. Now companies are scrabbling to get microtransactions put into games, even when it does not make sense. Like deus ex or the new shadow of war game. And then there are also the games that are built around this marketing scheme like clash royale and clash of clans, where a player may spend an entire year just to get to certain level or mastery or spend money and get ahead of the rest. All in all, I just wanted to point out that this way of marketing could possibly endanger how video games are made and that we as gamers should not let these things slip by if it does make problems for our games. If you disagree, that's ok maybe I'm wrong and there is nothing to be worried about. But I just wanted to point out something that has been making me feel disconnected from the mobile market. Thanks for reading this by the way. ✌️