iOS and Android Game of the Week - your vote needed
By James Gilmour 15 February 2013
Game Name: Game of the Week | Manufacturer: Steel Media Ltd | Format: Android, iPhone, iPad
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 me 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.

Every week, we're going to ask you to pick the best game that was released on iOS and Android that week (from the nominations below), and then we'll present that winner in a glamorous article on the following 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 send your recommendation to the White House along with your Death Star petition.

The nominations

Rock Runners (iPhone, iPad)

I always imagined space mining to be a grubby, laborious career involving constant drilling and eventual impregnation by a facehugger. According to the maker of Rock Runners, though, it's all sprinting and shiny gems. Who knew?
Rotolla (iPhone, iPad)

So now Terry Cavanagh has made hexagons cool, it looks like we can look forward to six-sided interpretations of all the beloved puzzle classics. To start us off, here's a hexagonal twist on Tetris.
Relic Rush (iPhone, iPad)

If you're a pixel-art purist (you know who you are), you'll want to take a look at this charming single-screen platformer. Tap the screen to stop your intrepid explorer charging headfirst into a lizard's tongue. We've all been there.
Forever Lost (iPhone, iPad, Android)

This creepy point-and-click puzzler has just sneaked onto Google Play, giving Android users the chance to explore the decrepit interior of an abandoned sanatorium. It's a bit like The Room, only with more rooms.
Finding Teddy (iPhone, iPad)

Though it may sound like the kind of mission your teary-eyed daughter might send you on, Finding Teddy is actually a mind-bending point-and-click adventure. Warning: you'll want to check your sanity at the door.
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