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The Pocket Gamer Weekly Wrap - Starships, Apple Watch games...

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The Pocket Gamer Weekly Wrap - Starships, Apple Watch games...
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Every week, Pocket Gamer provides a weekly digest of the most important and popular stories from these digital pages.

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1. We debuted our rad new mobile gaming news round-up show The Wrapp, with our pals at AppSpy. Want to find out about the Apple Watch, Tales from the Borderlands, and Five Nights at Freddy's 3 in less than three minutes? Press play. 2. Speaking of the Apple Watch, we finally got to hear how much one of those things will cost and when you can buy it. But because we're gamers, we wanted to know what you can play on the snazzy wrist watch. Here's a complete(ish) list of wearable games.
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3. We picked peace-seeking strategy epic Sid Meier's Starships as our top iOS game of the week, to reflect the Gold Award review. Only have an iPhone? We recommend Card Crawl. And rocking an Android? Try Table Tennis Touch. 4. We're back from GDC, and we've still got a lot to talk about. Like a hands-on with Mortal Kombat X, a round-up of Noodlecake's new games, news about more Oddworld coming to mobile, and some footage of Aralon 2.
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5. What do you get if you mix Phoenix Wright with The Room, and throw in a dash of CSI? The Trace, apparently. This is the next game from Murder Files developer Relentless and it looks terrific. Watch Peter play in his video preview. 6. RIP PlayStation Mobile. Sony's micro game shop for Android and Vita is getting killed off in its, erm, prime? Maybe not. But there are some good games on the store, as highlighted in this resurrected feature from ex-PG man Mike.
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7. We held another Big Indie Pitch event in San Francisco. This time, UK team Glitche.rs took home the top prize with Kano, and WarFriends was a worthy runner up. Plus, here's a bunch of other must-see games from the pitchers. 8. Want Pokemon on your mobile? You're gonna be waiting for quite a while, then. In the mean time, check out Moonrise.
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9. Five Nights at Freddy's has quickly become one of the most popular and profitable (paid) franchises on mobile. And developer Scott Cawthon isn't going to stop while he's ahead. He's just released the third game in the series on iOS and Android - check out our review here. 10. What does the Samsung Galaxy S6 mean for gamers? Let Jon tell you. Around Steel Media

Watches? Who needs 'em? Check out the best trailers, video previews, and reviews of the week over on AppSpy.