Every week dozens of new games come out for mobile phones, and every week the team here at Pocket Gamer do their best to highlight the best of those through our news, reviews, videos and more. You might remember our old Best Games of the Week series, well, we've refined that same list into this one; the best new mobile game of the week. 

We'll be adding a new page to this article every week, creating a rolling archive of the cream of the crop. Not only that, but we'll make sure to link out to any reviews of the game that we've made, as well as collate any other important information about the games that come to be after the launch.

We've thrown out the restrictions we previously had. These games can be from subscription services like Google Play Pass, Apple Arcade or GameClub, although we are going to keep the list specifically to phone-native games, steering clear of including Steam, Playstation or Xbox game launches into the list - even though many of those games are available through streaming or subscription services.

Nope, these are fresh new mobile games, one new one added each week - updated each Friday. 

Game of the Week: NBA NOW 22

All sports fans, and more specifically basketball ones, can now enjoy a full 3D experience in NBA Now 22 - this game looks and plays fantastic, and it's got all the All-Star players that you might dream of adding to your lineup. 

It's a game with simple controls, but a lot of essence. You can deploy various tactical cards in order to perform specific moves, and that's only a part of the gameplay. You can upgrade your units and upgrade their skills, and even try to predict basketball scores. It's the ideal game to anyone looking to play a high-quality basketball game on mobile. 

NBA Now 22 is available for free, so you can grab it on Google Play or App Store right now! 

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Looking to browse the previous best games of the week selection? You can find all of the preview entries below, just click on the big blue button below and then use the navigation arrows to move through the different games that have been featured.