Oh hi there, here's the second part of our round up of the best board games that came out on mobile this year. There's more goodness to come below, and we've already covered some of the best games in part one. I hope you didn't miss it.
Once again, these aren't in any order. They're all really good games and, if you're financially stable, you should do yourself a favour and buy them all. Trust me, you're going to love them. Remember to come back tomorrow and check out part three.Through the Ages - buy on iOS / Android
This is a ridiculously big board game. I mean, it literally takes you through the ages. The clue's in the title I guess. It's massive, it's strategic, and if you let it it's going to consume weeks of your life. Weeks and weeks.
At review we said "this isn't one for the faint of heart, but if you're looking for a board game to really get lost in, Through The Ages is going to be right up your street," and gave it a Silver Award.Click here to read our full Through the Ages review Galaxy of Pen and Paper - buy on iOS / Android
A game within a game. Here you're controlling a group of friends who are playing a table-top RPG. It's an RPG set in space, and there are a load of cool ideas going on here. And an awful lot of fun too.
When we reviewed it we called it "a wonderful mix of RPG ideas that deserves to be played by as many people as possible." Oh, and we gave it a Gold Award. Cool.Click here to read our full Galaxy of Pen and Paper review Jaipur: A Card Game of Duels - buy on iOS / Android
This is a game about trading in old India. That might not sound like the most exciting thing in the world, but get past the theme and you'll find a really sparkling, tactical experience here.
We called it "a fast-paced card game that's far more interesting than its source material might suggest" when we reviewed it, and gave it 8/10.Click here to read our full Jaipur: A Card Game of Duels review Card City Nights 2 - buy on iOS / Android
A game that's all about playing cards. In space. In the future. The game plays out on a grid, and it's all about placing your cards in the right place to try and destroy your opponent. And that sounds like a lot of fun to me.
At review we said "Card City Nights 2 is a great card game with a surprising amount of depth to it." Then we went right ahead and gave it a Silver Award.
Click here to read our full Card City Nights 2 review
Read more: part one of this feature was posted on December 26 and features four great games including Eight-Minute Empire. The final thrilling third instalment of the list is available now.