Smell ya later, January and hello February.
That's been a lot to do since you made all those New Year resolutions, we understand. You don't have time to follow everything going on in the world. So you might’ve missed some sweet, sweet content from our sibling sites this past week.
Pocket Gamer is part of a family, y'see. We've got a whole network of mobile gaming goodness going on. All our sites love you and want you to hang out with them as much as we do.
So here's a handy digest of news, features and guides from the likes of 148Apps.com. They're all fine sites that you should bookmark immediately. (Or just wait until next weekend when we tell you what they've been up to.)
There's plenty going on every day on our iOS-dedicated site (the original iPhone could hold a maximum of 148 apps, hence the title). Our stalwart pal Harry Slater gifted us with another hot list of the current best games for iPhone and iPad.
You’ve seen Pocket Gamer's take on Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia (and yes we know it’s a doozy of a title, but blame Square Enix not us), but for top tips please take a moment to give 148Apps.com's guide a look-see.
If you didn’t make it over to AppSpy.com this week, shame on you. Every day it delivers video-themed updates on the hottest mobile games news. So you’re seriously missing out on things like their write-up on Ayo: A Rain Tale, a platformer that's challenging but fun.
On AppSpy.com's Hidden Gems of the Week segment, we got an in-depth look at Good Fences, a seemingly run-of-the-mill puzzle game that turns out to be a geometric head-scratcher.
Our friends at Android Rundown are awesome and took us all on a trip down memory lane in their brilliant Blast From The Past write-up on Broken Sword. It's a stone cold classic and we know it's one of your favourites too, so get your nostalgia on with Tre Lawrence.
If shooting is more your thing than puzzles, and you've already played the likes of Guns Of Boom to death, check out their review of online gun battler MazeMilitia which came out this week.
PocketGamer.biz is like Pocket Gamer in a suit and tie. It's aimed at people who work in the games industry and is more concerned with spreadsheets than gameplay. However, our buddies over there deliver amazing behind-the-scenes every day. As January comes to a close, it's financials season for a lot of gaming companies, so PocketGamer.biz compiled this great reference article on the leading companies' fortunes.
Read more: for digests of great news from the Pocket Gamer family of sites, check out the round-up 148Apps.com did of the week's happenings, and similar stories on AppSpy.com and AndroidRundown.com. Remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel too!