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Pocker Gamer's rundown of the best iPhone games, updated daily.

The Pillars of the Earth
The Pillars of the Earth is a detailed and rich narrative adventure with a few irritating audio goofs that break the immersion
Rating: 9
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Card Quest
A sharp and brilliant card playing experience that does everything pretty much right
Rating: 9
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Evergarden
Evergarden is a brilliant, relaxing, and utterly enthralling puzzle game that you should grab right now
Rating: 9
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Oddmar
Oddmar looks absolutely stunning, and while the game underneath it all feels familiar, there's enough great ideas here to shine through
Rating: 9
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Where Shadows Slumber
Where Shadows Slumber mixes light and darkness in some intelligent and incredibly engaging ways
Rating: 9
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Pocket City
Pocket City is a fantastic addition to the city building genre with slick gameplay, speedy progression, and that 'just five more minutes' feel
Rating: 9
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Feist
It might have a look of other games, but Feist is worth picking up on its own merits
Rating: 9
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Ovivo
Platform
Ovivo is a wonderful game, full of excellent ideas, and you should definitely give it a go
Rating: 9
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Onitama: The Board Game
Onitama is a light board game experience that hides a huge amount of depth
Rating: 8
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Sneak Ops
Action, Arcade, Casino
A great distillation of stealth mechanics into a fun and engaging arcade score-chaser
Rating: 8
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Juanito Arcade Mayhem
Juanito Arcade Mayhem isn't afraid to rip the influences from its sleeve, and that makes it well worth checking out
Rating: 8
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Zero/Sum
A bright and entertaining maths game that's all for a good cause
Rating: 8
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Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle
Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle is a familiar ride, but it's no less enjoyable than its predecessor
Rating: 8
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Shin Megami Tensei Liberation
Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2 is a great introduction to the series for those new to it, and nice way to get SMT action in smaller bites for fans. Definitely worth playing regardless of whether you've played SMT before or not
Rating: 8
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One More Button
Brain training, Puzzle
Apart from the lack of an undo button, One More Button is a slick and engaging puzzler with a difference
Rating: 8
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