iOS and Android Game of the Week - your vote needed

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iOS and Android Game of the Week - your vote needed

Every week, thousands of new games hit the iOS App Store and Google Play on Android. Trying to find the diamonds in the rough is no easy task, let us assure you.

We like to think we do a pretty good job with our news articles, mid-week round-ups, expert reviews, and comprehensive features, mind.

But, now we want to know what YOU think.

Today, we're going to ask you to pick the best game that was released on iOS and Android from the past week (from the nominations below), and then we'll announce the winner in a glamorous article next Monday.

There are loads of places to vote. Leave a comment at the bottom of this article; reply to our Game of the Week tweet; answer the poll on Facebook; or carve your nomination into the core of a stick of rock and hit yourself over the head with it.

The nominations
Frozen Synapse (iPad, Android coming soon) A deep, addictive strategy game with a cyberpunk style, cross-platform multiplayer, a massive campaign, and randomly generated skirmishes.
Jacob Jones and the Bigfoot Mystery: Episode 1 (iPad, iPhone) A Professor Layton-style puzzler in which you try to figure out the solutions to a series of fiendish puzzles... with the help of Bigfoot. Full of weird characters and challenging tasks.
Redline Rush (iPhone, iPad) An endless-runner masquerading as a Hollywood car chase. Dart through the streets grabbing power-ups and coins, and ram anyone who gets in your way off the road.
Bombcats (iPhone, iPad) Another animal-flinging physics-puzzler in the Angry Birds mould. In this one, though, you hurl cats at other cats and then watch them explode.
Kingdom Rush (Android) This classic iOS tower defence game has finally surfaced on the Google Play Store. Android users can now experience all the joy of building towers and crushing enemies.
Gravity Guy 2 (iPad, iPhone) Sequel to the smash hit endless-runner. Say 'goodbye' to gravity warping. Say 'hello' to movable platforms.
Harry Slater
Harry Slater
Harry used to be really good at Snake on the Nokia 5110. Apparently though, digital snake wrangling isn't a proper job, so now he writes words about games instead.