We've almost made it to the weekend again, and while that means we're only a day from having time to play all of the games we've been putting off, it also means it's time to check out the new releases.

This week started off looking a little sparse, but as the days have gone on we've had a few more titles crop up, including some more surprising ones. But, what's caught your eye? Let's take a look.

BattleHand Heroes

Ever wondered what it'd be like to be a superhero? Well, you'll probably keep on wondering, but BattleHand Heroes offers up a neat hero experience for the adventurer in you. Rally a team, join a Global Alliance, work through Titan Tower, and more.


Deploy and Destroy

This one came out of nowhere this week and we were surprised that it's actually quite fun. Mixing up the gory fun of Ash vs. Evil Dead and the post-apocalyptic environment of Divergent, this shooter isn't quite what you'd expect.


Eden Obscura

  • Platform: iOS
  • Price: F2P

As an artistic re-imagining of PixelJunk Eden, in Eden Obscura you control the Grimps as you hop about through different worlds and collect life-source called Spectra. From its beautiful visuals, delightful soundtrack, and unique gameplay, it's worth giving it a shot. You can expect its Android version out on June 1st.


Faraway 3

This third-in-series heads to the Arctic for yet another room escape adventure. Solve puzzles, explore 18 different temples, and enjoy the challenges ahead of you as you unravel more of your family's past.


Jurassic World Alive

If you're a fan of Pokemon GO but tire of catching those cartoony monsters, you can now roam about your street catching and cloning dinosaurs. Discover different species, clone them in your lab, and make hybrids for your ultimate fighting team.


Odysseus Kosmos - Episode 1

  • Platform: iOS/Android
  • Price: £1.99/$1.99 or cheaper

You play as ship engineer, Odysseus Kosmos, in this point and click adventure game, and you're in a bit of a pickle. Maybe it's just time taking its toll on the ship or maybe it's the massive black hole next to you, but after years waiting for your crew to return things are about to get a little more exciting/terrifying.


One Deck Dungeon

  • Platform: iOS/Android
  • Price: £8.99/$8.99 or cheaper

If you enjoy adventure games but can't really be bothered to invest a bunch of time in preparing for them, One Deck Dungeon lets you just jump right into the action. Roll dice, bash down doors, cuts up some bad guys, and beat the game.


Pocket Run Pool

  • Platform: iOS
  • Price: F2P

Zach Gage is back with another curious take on another classic favourite. Sink all of the balls, but mind where you're potting them. The better the hole the higher the points, but if you miss your shot you'll lose a life and come one step closer to failure.


Scalak

Scalak is a super chill puzzler where you figure out all sorts of different challenge and, like we said in our review, pretty much everyone will enjoy it. It's weird and wonderful and you should probably get it.


Sir Questionnaire

  • Platform: iOS
  • Price: £2.99/$2.99

Have fun with this turn-based hack 'n slash as you work through different rooms of a dreary dungeon, choosing between two options of survival, collect all sorts of loot, and take down big, bad monsters.


Stickman Soccer

This sticky footy game is back with a vengeance and built from the ground up for another run. Choose your teams, rank them up, playing in season and leagues, upgrade your players, and lead your crew to sweet, sweet victory.