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The best iOS and Android games of June 2017: Monument Valley 2, Touchdowners, Age of Rivals and more

Looking back on a month in mobile gaming
Product: Game of the Month | Publisher: Steel Media Ltd | Format: Android, iPhone, iPad
June may have seen the longest day of the year, but it sure seemed to fly past.

While you're catching you breath, allow us to round up the best iOS and Android games from the previous 30 days.

There was some great stuff released on mobile in June, including a game that received a rare 10/10 PG Platinum Award.

Monument Valley 2
By ustwo - buy on iOS

Monument Valley 2 is a bit special. It's much like the original, of course, with a familiar hyper-stylised brand of rotation-based puzzlers. But the level of creativity and narrative heft has been stepped up a notch.

By Colin Lane Games - download on iOS

Colin Lane makes hilarious games that tread a thin line between chaos and skill. What Dunkers was to basketball, Touchdowners is to American football, as you Hail Mary your way to the end zone in the goofiest way imaginable.

Age of Rivals
By Roboto Games - buy on iOS / buy on Android

Age of Rivals isn't your ordinary digital card game genre. It's quick and easy to play, and you don't need to concern yourself with the grind of acquiring new cards like you would in a CCG.

Super Samurai Rampage
By Brackish Games - buy on iOS / buy on Android

This is a moreish slice of retro violence with some of the best pixel-art graphics we've seen in ages. This was one of the best action games of June.

By MixedBag - buy on iOS

Forma.8 does some interesting things with the metroidvania sub-genre. It's not a platformer, for one thing, as you play a free-flying probe. It's all set in a beautiful - and huge - world that you'll be happy to get lost in.

By Thomas Young - buy on iOS

Fowlst is a curious retro avoid-'em-up that has you flying a little owl around a series of single-screen levels, avoiding the fire from a bunch of demons. It feels like a classic shoot-'em-up, but with absolutely no shooting.

Framed 2
By Loveshack - buy on iOS

Nothing else quite played like the original Framed, so even though this sequel fails to add much of note to the formula it still feels fresh. Once again you're shuffling around the panels of a comic book story to affect the outcome.

Panthera Frontier
By Ayopa Games - buy on iOS / buy on Android

There arguably haven't been enough mobile games aping the sci-fi management approach of FTL, so while Panthera Frontier isn't half as good as its inspiration, it's still welcome. Manage a crew of cute animals, upgrade your spaceship and engage in tense battles.

Swing King and The Temple of Bling
By Shedworks Digital - download on iOS

And the award for best game name of the month goes to... beyond the name, Swing King and The Temple of Bling is a charming one-touch arcade game that reminds us of Nitrome's work. Yep, it's pretty fun.

All That Remains: Part 1
By Glitch Games - buy on iOS

New from the developer of The Forgotten Room is this little delight, which combines hidden object observation tests with escape the room puzzler brain teasers. It's pretty tricky.


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Jon Mundy 3 July 2017
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