Updated at 10:00am on February 25th: It's time to stick another three games in our round-up of the best, recent hypercasual games. This time we've got boats, geometry, and an interesting puzzler too.


The problem with hyper casual games is that, since there's not a lot to them, sometimes we can't find enough words to tell you about them Don't get us wrong, we love these short-blast mobile experience and we want to cover them more, which is where this weekly round-up comes in.

We're going to take a quick look at a few of the quick-fire arcade bursts that have caught our attention over the last week, and tell you why we think they're worth your time.

These aren't reviews, but they are recommendations - if you're looking for a new hypercasual game to play, then you should be checking back regularly, because we're going to be doing one of these every seven days.

Even if you're not a fan of the genre, we're going to be trying to find something for everyone here - after all, that's sort of the point of hypercasual games. They're experiences that anyone can sink their teeth into.

Obviously, if you've got your own suggestions then we'd love to hear them. We're going to do our best to capture what we think are the finest hypercasual games out there, but there's a chance that some of them might slip through our nets - so make sure you chuck any games you think people should be playing in the comments section at the bottom of the article.