It's cute, it's verbose, it's full of cheeky wordplay and fuzzy bears. It's Alphabear 2!
Spry Fox's word jumble sequel is just a big ball of lovely, as you put words together and grow your bear collection. There's also the potential for some really rude random sentence generation, which is always welcome.
Meowoof looks like a simple one-finger arcade game, but it's actually way more interesting than that. Mixing arcade gameplay with much deeper puzzling and platforming mechanics, it turns out to be something quite special.
You take control of a pair of entangled animals, with one always circling around the other. Around this core mechanic the game builds a surprisingly varied experience.
This one has provoked quite a heated debate in the comment section over the relative value of 'premium' mobile games. Harry reckons £20 is too much to pay for a smartphone game, but others argue that it's a fully fledge JRPG with hundreds of hours of gameplay.
The game itself is a simplified, super-deformed take on Monster Hunter, but with turn-based battles and a more linear world. It's also a port of a year-old 3DS game, so it's not exactly built for mobile, but there's still plenty of fun to be had.