There's no getting around the fact that Stockpile is a pretty hefty experience. Even after the tutorial, unless you're an actual stock broker, there's a good chance you're still not going to be quite sure what you're supposed to be doing.
This is a game for the more dedicated board gamer, someone who wants the undiluted thrill of strategy and manipulation in a pocket-sized package. And it does everything it sets out to do really well.
You can click here to read our review of Stockpile. It's definitely worth checking out, but it's never going to take any prisoners. You have been warned.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realm War
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But, since it's a big chunky Games Workshop game, and seeing the characters in motion is a bit like seeing your miniatures come to life, we'd be remiss if we didn't include it. Plus it's actually quite a lot of fun.
Click here and you'll be able to read our full Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realm War review. It got a Bronze Award, so you know it's pretty good.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions
This one's a far more traditional mobile board game. It's a deck-builder, but there's more here going on than another Hearthstone clone.
Positioning is key, and there's an interesting mechanic that sees you twisting your cards around to use them in different ways.
It's really smart, looks great, and you can scan in cards you buy in the real world. Click here to check out our full review of the game, which we gave a Gold Award.