The best mobile board game of March 2018

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The best mobile board game of March 2018
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Another month has slipped away into the distant nothingness of the past, leaving us only with brief memories and a whole chunk of list content that we need to create. Like this list of the best board games that came out on mobile in March.

One of them didn't technically come out in March, but it was too late to get included in our round-up for February, so it seemed only fair to give it a spot on this month's list. If you think we've missed anything, make sure you let us know in the comments at the bottom of the article.

Armello - download for iOS
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Definitely the big release this month, Armello is an intriguing mix of digital ideas and board game mechanics. It looks absolutely stunning, and there's enough content here that you can really sink your whole body into the experience.

At review we said "there are a few niggles here and there, but if you love your board games fantastical and polished, you're going to love Armello," and gave the game a big shiny Silver Award.

If you want to read the whole Armello review, you can do that by clicking right here.

Lost in the Dungeon - download for iOS / Android

This one isn't quite as good as it could be, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't give it a go. It's a single player card game in the vein of Card Crawl, but it's a little more mature, and a little more challenging.

When we reviewed it we said "it's got a few too many problems, but with a bit more work Lost in the Dungeon could be brilliant," and gave it a respectable six out of ten.

You can read the rest of our Lost in the Dungeon review by clicking here.

Roll For It – download for iOS / Android

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A much simpler experience than the other games that have made it to March's list, but it's still an entertaining one in small doses. Essentially you're rolling a bunch of dice to try and match the pictures on a handful of cards that are dealt at the start of the game.

Reviewing it, we said "there might not be much depth to it, but as a quick-fire dice-rolling experience, there's a lot to like in Roll For It," and gave the game a Bronze Award.

Click here and you can read the whole of our Roll For It review.