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Submitted by rajeanak25 660d ago | opinion piece

The Best iOS And Android Games of 2012: Free-To-Play

"The year 2012 had many good games, so many that we’ve decided to break up the best iOS and Android apps by genre! We’re days away from entering a new year, and unlike many sites out there, we waited till the last possible minute so we could check out all the indie games releasing in late December (and a few of them made the lists too!). So over the next couple days we’ll be releasing lists of our favorite games of 2012. If you disagree with any of our picks feel free to leave a comment below and tell us what indie game you thought should have been included! Here’s to another prosperous year in gaming for 2013!" - Charles Ferrendelli (Indie, Middle Manager of Justice, Mobile)

hazelamy  +   659d ago
i've just started playing MMoJ and it's nloody brilliant, much better than 99% of the other so called strategy games on ios, that require no strategy at all, just clicking the quest button every few seconds.

you have to manage your heroes, training them and keeping them motivated, and the actual missions play like cut down turn based combat sessions, though they're in real time and you have one power per heroes and a few management powers.

so you skill can have an impact rather than everything being decided when you press the quest button.

all in all a great little mobile game from Double Fine.

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