In our weekly roundup of the best mobile games on the market, we turn our attention to the iOS and Google Play store.
The list also includes our own picks for the best iOS and Apple TV games, and some interesting additions to the list of games for Android and the Web.
While the Apple TV app is still in beta and the iPad app is not, it is already getting quite a bit of attention.
As a result, it might not be too surprising to find a handful of popular iOS and Play games on these platforms, especially if they are also free.
While most of the games are for free to download on both iOS and the Play Store, there are a few games that require some purchase to unlock.
For instance, the free, first-person shooter, Splinter Cell Blacklist, will require the purchase of $3 in-app purchases.
But even if you don’t have the time to purchase Splinter Cellular, it’s still worth checking out the $1,499 game.
Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a first–person stealth game in which players take on the role of a terrorist, with each round requiring players to evade enemies and find hidden objectives.
While Splinter Cells has a good amount of content and customization to its multiplayer, it lacks the deep customization found in Splinter City.
You’ll also find some other free, single-player games here on the platform.
For example, you can purchase the free online shooter, Gunman: The Game, for $0.99 on iOS, or $1.99 for Android.
The game is still free to play and includes more content than the game for which it is free.