It can be an expensive habit, but with our help you can pick up some genuine pocket gaming bargains.
Here, then, are some great deals on games and related gear. Don't mention it.
Cut. is a very recent - and rather decent - puzzler, so snaffle it up for free while you can. Elsewhere we've got physics puzzlers, casual management, lush platformers and a pair of manic retro shooters.
- Cut. for free (was 99p) - download
- Cut the Rope: Magic for free (was 99p) - download
- Mega Mall Story for 99p (was £4.99) - buy
- Leo's Fortune for £1.99 (was £4.99) - buy
- Glitchskier for 99p (was £1.99) - buy
- Z-Exemplar for £1.99 (was £3.99) - buy
Whether you're after a thoughtful game or a mindless screen tapper, this week's Android deal selection gives you options. Quell Memento+ is a particularly good deal for a beautiful zen-like puzzler.
- Quell Memento+ for 10p (was £2.99) - buy
- Templar Battleforce for £4.79 (was £9.99) - buy
- Azkend 2: The World Beneath for £3.59 (was £5.99) - buy
- Prison Run and Gun for 59p (was £1.89) - buy
- Buff Knight Advanced for free (was 79p) - buy
We're going to let you into a little secret here - while the new Moto G5 is a great phone with a classy feel, it's actually no faster or functionally any better than the Moto G4 before it.
That's why now is a great time to buy last year's model, as you can get some knock-down prices for a phone that's essentially up to date. Amazon is selling the Moto G4 for the same price as our pick, but with John Lewis you get a two year guarantee.
- Motorola Moto G4 for £139 (£6 off) - buy from John Lewis
We liked LEGO City Undercover a lot when we reviewed it a few weeks back, but as many of you pointed out in the comments, £50 is rather a lot to pay for a Wii U port. How about £35, then?
Elsewhere, a very good price on recent Nintendo 3DS treat.