Best new iOS and Android games this week: Dungeon Rushers, Turmoil, Wobblers and more

Dungeons, dungeons, and more dungeons

Best new iOS and Android games this week: Dungeon Rushers, Turmoil, Wobblers and more

Hello there, fellow pocket gamers. Looking for something decent to load up on your smartphone or tablet this weekend?

You've come to the right place. Allow us to run through the best and most interesting games to have hit the App Store and Google Play Store over the past seven days or so.

There's a lot of dungeon crawling in this week's selection, but you'll be surprised how many different approaches to that well-worn concept there are.

Dungeon Rushers
By Goblinz Studio - buy on iOS / buy on Android

Dungeon Rushers, from Out There publisher Mi-Clos Studio, is a 2D strategic RPG with plenty of dungeon crawling, loot, and turn-based battles. What you might not expect is that it also has a healthy sense of humour.

By Riverman Media - buy on iOS

Whoah, easy with the caps and full-stops there fellers. Odd nomenclature aside, MUL.MASH.TAB.BA.GAL.GAL is an inspired mixture of combat and good, old-fashioned Pong.

By Gamious - buy on iPad

This iPad-only wild west resource manager will bring out your inner cut-throat capitalist as you drill for oil, bribe officials, and sell for highest price possible.

By Umbrella Games - download on iOS / download on Android

Wobblers has you controlling a floating platform, shifting left and right to keep one of the titular wobblers balanced on top. With incoming meteors and various other obstacles, that's no easy task.

The Warlock of Firetop Mountain
By Tin Man Games - buy on iOS

The master of digitising Fighting Fantasy gamebooks, Tin Man Games, has tried something different with its latest adaptation. It plays more like a single player boardgame than anything it's made before, which somehow makes its story more involving.

Djinn Caster
By Kemco - buy on iOS

Djinn Caster is a fairly standard - if polished - action RPG that's made fresh by its unusual setting. Rather than a typical cyberpunk or fantasy setting, you're here taken to a Middle Eastern world of corrupt Sultans and summonable genies.