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 hire some cheerleaders to chant your choice outside the windows of Pocket Gamer towers.

The nominations
Deus Ex: The Fall (iPhone, iPad) A classy FPS with grand ambitions set in the same gritty cyberpunk world as its console brethren. It's all about choice: shoot or sneak? Bribe or intimidate? Hack into a computer, or find the password?
Tiny Thief (iPhone, iPad, Android) The second game to come from the Rovio Stars publishing initiative, Tiny Thief is part point-and-click, part-stealth. Generally, it's a clever and engaging adventure.
Crazy Taxi (Android) Sega's classic arcade pick-'em-up racer finally makes it onto Android after more than half a year on the App Store.
Pacific Rim (iPhone, iPad) Giant robots duke it out against huge monsters in this adaptation of Guillermo del Toro's summer blockbuster.
Ravenmark: Mercenaries (iPhone, iPad) A turn based strategy sequel with asynchronous multiplayer and plenty of units to unlock and train.
Sprinkle Islands (iPhone, iPad, Android) Puzzling sequel that sees you putting out fires on a series of islands with your strangely designed fire engine.
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.