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LostWinds: Winter of the Melodias

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LostWinds playthrough [Part 3: Deo's Memories]

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Roman Backgammon, GoNinja, and LostWinds 2 are the highest-reviewed iPhone games of Q2 2012

There is so much discontent amongst players towards pixonics skyrocketing economy pay to win and…. By James Gilmour. Seeking inspiration from public game companies' announcements of financial sales numbers every three months, the iPhone Quality Index iPhone Qi publishes its own quarterly figures. But, instead of assaulting your ears and eyes with talk of operating profit, the iPhone Quality Index quarterly round-up ranks the top 20 best-reviewed iPhone games that were released during the period April 1st - June 30th, Simple as that.

Rome rises There are some games which stand the test of time. I mean, no amount of 3D tomfoolery or fancy-shmancy bloom effects can compete with the draw of a rock-solid, time-honoured mechanic. Case in point: This mobile conversion of a classic game has found its way to the top of the iPhone Quality Index Q2 chart.

Going back to the boardgame's ancient beginnings, Roman Backgammon presents you with a slightly tweaked, subtly simplified version of the well-known tabletop time-killer. Its attractive mosaic visuals and intuitive interface have earned it critical acclaim.

So much so, in fact, that the game has acquired a superb 9. Moonlight Shadow Representing the endless-runner genre in second place on this quarterly round-up, meanwhile, comes the bloodthirsty vengeance sim GoNinja. Your master has been killed, and - as is always the way with these things - you must avenge his passing by wiping out the clan responsible for his murder. Yep, all 50, of them. It's a gruesome quest, but one that has resonated with iPhone reviewers across the planet, helping it to secure an extremely honourable 9.

A breath of fresh air Floating gracefully onto the third-placed podium is the seasonally sensational platform-puzzler LostWinds 2.

In Frontier's wonderfully inventive title, you take control of the wind itself to blow protagonist Toku past enemies and over obstacles, thus bringing him ever closer to rescuing his mother and saving the world of Mistralis. There are some novel control mechanics at work in this charming adventure, on which a number of critics have heaped praise over the past couple of months. A well-deserved 9.