This list is not a reflection of all the games released to the App Store in 2017. Instead it is a list of the best games we played or reviewed this year. This means plenty of decent titles will be left off since we're not a gaming website and don't play every game released for iOS devices.
On Sunday Nintendo of America tweeted and official release date for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The game was originally expected to be released in March, but it was delayed until later in the year. Nintendo instead released Fire Emblem Heroes in February, making Animal Crossing its third iOS title, not counting Miitomo.
South Park: Phone Destroyer has landed on the App Store. The Ubisoft title is a real-time strategy, card collecting game. In the game you take on the role of the new kid who is famous for the amount of hours he spends on his phone. Cartman enlists you in a battle of Cowboys and Indians where you must lead different characters into combat against other characters from the fictional Colorado town.
Ironhide Game Studio has big plans for its recently released real-time strategy game Iron Marines. The developers plan on keeping players interested by releasing mini-missions while a bigger update is in the works, according to Touch Arcade. The first smaller update will hit devices on November 9th. It will include a two stage special ops mission, a new Sagan-1 story, a new Ascendaar story featuring Rob070, and two new premium bosses, Guiying and Trabuco.
Jason Voorhees is back, but not on movie screens. The popular masked killer has found new success as a video game character on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, thanks to independent video game publisher Gun Media, and now he is making his move to mobile devices. The creators of Slayaway Camp have announced that Friday the 13th Killer Puzzle is coming to mobile devices in 2018.