Every week, Pocket Gamer provides a weekly digest of the most important and popular stories from these digital pages.
1. We reported that Apple is cracking down on games that show guns in their icons and screenshots. Developer War Chest, for example, had to blur out the weapons in the art for Tempo. Because we're helpful sorts, we showed developers how to hide the guns in their screenshots.
2. The brawl between iOS and Android fans has brought us more vicious playground spats than those in the SNES versus Mega Drive days. To fuel the fire, Glen picked out games you can only get on Android, and those you can only get on iOS. Who's got the best exclusives?
3. James is back for another chat with Siri-like game knowledge service GEOFF. This time, James wants to know "what is a game", and does Kim Kardashian: Hollywood count?
4. The New Nintendo 3DS is out now. Here's how to transfer your old data across, and here are six games that take advantage of the new features.
5. The big new game this week was ZeptoLab's King of Thieves which, like 90 percent of the games on iOS, would be brilliant if it weren't for the monetisation. We also got a chance to see two of ZeptoLab's future games - Survivor Squad and Slide Fight.
6. Peter Molyneux isn't having a good week. Questions have been asked as to whether the veteran designer can keep the promises made in his Kickstarter pitch for Godus, and Curiosity winner Bryan Henderson still hasn't been paid a penny.
7. Danny reviewed Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate this week. He called it "the definitive entry point for the series, and the most finely tuned multiplayer game on the 3DS yet". You may still have time to enter our competition to win the game.
8. Lots of tips this week, as always. This time we're telling you how to survive on Radiation Island, how to kill alien buttfaces in Midnight Star, and how to start your adventure off right in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D.
9. Look, Little Dictator is not a good game. It's a Flappy Bird clone that's about a year too late. But the fact that this game, which features Kim Jong-Un riding a rocket, got on the App Store at all is good news for satire and parody. Just, make something interesting next time.
10. And finally, have you played Planet Quest yet? It's an utterly bonkers, brutally tough, wicked sharp rhythm action game about beaming up dancing animals. It's free and it's one of the best iOS games this month.
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