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iOS and Android Game of the Week - your vote needed

Fight for your favourite

Product: Game of the Week | Manufacturer: Steel Media
 
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Each week, thousands of new games hit the iOS App Store and Google Play on Android. Trying to separate the wheat from the chaff is a tough job, and no mistake.

We like to think that we do a pretty good job of it with our news articles, mid-week round-ups, reviews, and features, mind.

But, we want to know what YOU think.

Today, we're asking you to pick the best game that was released on iOS and Android this week (from some nominations), and then we'll present that winner in an article next Monday.

There are loads of places to vote. Leave a comment on this article, reply to our Game of the Week tweet, vote on Facebook, or just say the game's name over and over in your head while rubbing your temples.

The nominations

Pyraplex (Android)

Turn a barren pyramid into a thriving hub of shops and attractions, and pull in rich punters from faraway civilisations in Kairosoft's latest simulation.
Pudding Monsters (iPhone, iPad, Android)

In ZeptoLab's latest puzzler, you're tasked with sliding monsters across a grid-based map in order to combine them with their wibbly-wobbly brethren.  
RAD Soldiers (iPhone, iPad)

Assemble a crack team of hardened gun-toting soldiers and throw them into furious turn-based battles against your friends and other players from around the world.
Respawnables (iPhone, iPad)

Complete more than 100 single-player missions or jump into a multiplayer bout and wipe out waves of colourful opponents in this Team Fortress 2-inspired third-person shooter.
Anomaly Korea (iPhone, iPad)

East Asia has been ravaged by machines. This reverse tower defence title sees you take command of a small squad of soldiers as you attempt to reclaim your homeland by force.
Karateka (iPhone, iPad)

Rescue Mariko from the evil warlord Akuma and show your enemies who's boss in this remake of a classic 1984 side-scrolling beat-'em-up.  
Ravensword: Shadowlands (iPhone, iPad)

This gorgeous Unity-powered action-RPG has you traverse a vast and detailed world in search of clues that will help you solve the mysteries of the Kingdom of Tyreas.
Final Fantasy IV (iPhone, iPad)

Follow Red Wing captain Cecil and his sidekick Kain as they embark on a fantasy quest full of exploration, treasures, and turn-based battles against nasty monsters and beasties. 
Penny Arcade The Game (iPhone, iPad)

Play as Gabe, Tycho, and other classic characters from the popular Penny Arcade web comic in this action-packed card-based battler.
The Journey Down: Chapter One (iPhone, iPad)

In this point-and-click adventure, you take control of a gas station worker called Bwana as he attempts to uncover a missing journal and reveal the true fate of his long-lost father, Captain Kaonandodo.
 

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Anthony Usher 20 December 2012
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Tom Moris | 14:33 - 28 December 2012
My vote go fore Final Fantasy IV but check this app:
streetquest - run is a game.
Really good new game-like application for runners, events and quests are awesome plus multipayer in while jogging.
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Aravindh | 11:33 - 24 December 2012
I Liked playing Tower Command HD ....
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Blue Lucero | 01:39 - 21 December 2012
arc squadron - only cuz its free now!
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Contest Chris | 00:38 - 21 December 2012
I too agree, have a spa rate poll for Android please. It's not too difficult is it?
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curtisrshideler | 22:23 - 20 December 2012
I give my vote for Ravensword: Shadowlands. Its huge and gorgeous, and the little bugs will probably get ironed out after the holiday. Can't wait to get off work and give this some serious time!
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Marco Latini | 22:06 - 20 December 2012
I totally agree with the previous commenters....just leave out android,you guys don't care anyways.....you didn't even notice that both anomaly and pudding monsters were being released for android too. I understand that ios gets many more releases but most of them are shitty and besides the gap between the two systems is getting narrower as time goes by. What i don't understand is why u have an android section if u don't give a fuck....
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Contest Chris | 21:55 - 20 December 2012
Anomaly Korea is out on android!
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rodgerrodger | 21:13 - 20 December 2012
Penny Arcade The Game

I'm a fan of games Playdek puts out, but this game still surprised me in how much fun it is to play.
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funkyflychicken | 18:55 - 20 December 2012
And I would suggest separating iOS and Android polls for Game of the Week. Especially when most weeks, there is usually only one Android app listed.

I would either separate them, or just leave Android out altogether unless you have someone on staff who is going to watch the new Android releases better.

I hate to say it, but this site seems to have a serious slant towards iOS. There are other sites for that... I feel like a lot of Android releases get overlooked. They might not all be high profile releases every week, but there is a much more steady flow lately of Android releases.
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@Jongjungbu | 17:42 - 20 December 2012
Pudding Monsters is out on Android as well (on SlideME and Google Play).
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