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Submitted by Upstate8987 630d ago | opinion piece

Top 5 Mobile Games of the Week (Mar 29 – Apr 4)

This week in new mobile releases we take a look at some of the many heroes in mobile gaming, and see how they can come in all shapes and sizes. While you still have your more traditional superheroes like Batman and Catwoman, this week has also taught us that the hero of a mobile game can be anyone from a little orange cat named Mittens, to an 8-bit knight on a quest to slay an 8-bit dragon. But then you also have more obscure heroes thrown into the mix, like a weird shadowy ball-like creature with flippers, and two brothers who bear a striking resemblance to these two plumbers I used to know. So get your iPad or iPhone out, and get ready to meet some fun and far-out heroes in Den of Geek’s Top 5 picks in mobile gaming for the week of March 29 – April 4: (Badlands, Injustice: Gods Among Us, iPad, iPhone, Mittens, Mobile, Slayin, The Other Brothers)

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