It works like this: each week we bring the best deals in handheld gaming, predominantly covering the latest discounts for iOS and Android gamers.
We also cover a few deals on smartphones themselves, as well as a selection of handheld offers. Basically if it's portable and cheap, we're looking out for it.
It's a good week for fans of strategy and narrative-driven games, but there's also a little something for those of you who like their Sega-style arcade games in Star Cat Adventure.
- SteamWorld Heist for £5.99 (was £9.99) - buy
- Star Cat Adventure for free (was 99p) - download
- Nightgate for 49p (was £4.99) - buy
- Lifeline for 99p (was £1.99) - buy
- Lifeline 2 for 99p (was £1.99) - buy
- Templar Battleforce for £4.99 (was £9.99) - buy
As on iOS, Android gamers can get a bunch of the Lifeline real-time gamebooks for cheap right now.
- Lifeline for 89p (was £1.79) - buy
- Lifeline 2 for 89p (was £1.79) - buy
- Warhammer Quest for 99p (was £3.99) - buy
- Braveland for 59p (was £1.99) - buy
- Zip Zap for 10p (was £1.69) - buy
The Sony Xperia X launched last year as a curious 'tweener phone that was neither full-blown flagship nor mid-ranger. Nowadays it can be had for a lot less money making it infinitely more desirable - particularly with luxury features like Hi-Res Audio upscaling and an edge to edge display.
- Sony Xperia X for £259.95 (£280-£300 elsewhere) - buy from Argos
Super Mario Odyssey is looking rather exciting. Completely mad, but rather exciting. If you're looking for a decent pre-order price... well, here's the best we've found so far.
Elsewhere, we've got a PS Vita game. Yes, an actual PS Vita game! They do still exist, you know. This one's a spinoff from the Hyperdimension Neptunia JRPG series, wherein a bunch of games consoles manifest themselves as goddesses. No, really.