New iOS Games and Apps of the Week: Alto's Odyssey and more

Rogue Hearts

The long awaited sequel to Alto's Adventure is finally here. Join Alto and his friends as they sandboard through the windswept dunes of the desert. Alto's Odyssey includes a standalone, endless adventure with six unlockable characters, 180 goals to complete, and an one-touch trick system for chaining together combos. The game is now available for $4.99 on the Apple App Store.

Civilization VI has been updated with Poland and Viking Scenario Packs. Both packs are available as $4.99 IAPs and require the full version of the game to play. The Poland Pack includes the Polish civilization with Jadwiga, Winged Hussar unit, and the Sukiennice building. The Viking Pack brings three new Natural Wonders, six new City-States with new tile improvements, and the Vikings, Traders, and Raiders! Scenario. Civilization IV is available for free on the App Store. The full version of the game is only $29.99 until March 1st.

Touch Arcade this week released its Best Dungeon RPGs for the iPhone and iPad. Dungeon crawling fans looking for a few recommendations on new titles should check it out.

Speaking of dungeon crawlers, Rogue Hearts is a new rogue-like title on the App Store. It features randomly generated dungeons to explore, RPG elements, easy-to-use mobile controls, monsters, traps and puzzles to solve. It's available for $0.99.

Here are the rest of this week's noteworthy App Store releases:

  • Glitch Dash (Free) Run through the beautiful and abstract world and just try to survive. If you are looking for a really challenging Impossible Runner, then is the game for you!
  • Six Match (Free) Takes your Match-3 skills to the next level. Enter the Match-3 board as Mr Swap-With-Coins and try to make a match in 6 turns or less.
  • Bouncy Smash (Free) Bounce and smash across expertly designed levels bursting with color and light.
  • Dice Brawl: Captain's League (Free) Build your team and embark on an exciting adventure across a world of fantasy ruled by Pirates, Elves, Beasts, Dragons and...Robots.
  • Fuse Balls (Free) Circles of various colors fall towards a center gravitational force creating smooth transitions and requiring color matching to fuse circles.

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