Qualityindex.com reveals the top 10 critically acclaimed iPhone games and apps of November 2012


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London, UK - 5th December 2012 - Steel Media Ltd

If you were wondering what the best reviewed iPhone games and apps on the web last month were, here's the  iPhone Quality Index  ( Qi) round-up for November to fill you in.

The iPhone Quality Index boasts over 200,000 scores from the world's best websites, such as  148AppsPocket Gamer, and  What's On iPhone, and uses a unique metric to create a single definitive score for each iPhone title.

Here are  November 2012's top selections...

Quality Index  Top 10 iPhone games November 2012

1   Word Wonders: The Tower of Babel   dreamfab 9.3
2   Lazy Raiders   Namco Networks America 9.2
3   Woodla: The Tower   Farminers 9.2
4   Bubble Galaxy with Buddies   Scopely - Top Free Apps and Games 8.9
5   Angry Birds Star Wars   Rovio Entertainment 8.7
6   Knights of Pen & Paper   Behold Studios 8.7
7   ARC Squadron   Psyonix 8.6
8   Micro Miners   BonusLevel.org 8.6
9   Dream of Pixels   Dawn of Play 8.6
10    Chip Chain                                                   AppAbove Games 8.5 

Quality Index  Top 10 iPhone apps to November 2012

1   Where is my Little Square Bear   Interact Books                          10
2   Post Secrets - Share your secret   Epic Apps 10
3   Scourby Bible   Lichfield Associates 10
4   Pro Angler FL   Open Ocean Apps 10
5   SMSglobal   Mayank Nakrani 10
6   LearnVest   Learn Vest 10
7   Exam Pal   4fx Design and Multimedia 10
8   Polar   Input Factory 10
9   Gratitude Journal 365   Benjamin Hsu 10
10   Background 5   Jiwon Kang 9.6

(N.B. The monthly games chart is based on titles released and reviewed in the last month. The apps chart is based on titles reviewed over the last three months. Hence, this is not a cumulative chart and earlier released titles may have higher scores.)

Word Wonders: The Tower of Babel has made itself clearly heard at the top of the November iPhone Qi chart. This intriguing mixture of Scrabble and classic RPG elements is a towering monument to the power of words. Following closely behind in second is Namco Networks's Lazy Raiders, which plays out like an elaborate take on the ball-maze games you find in Christmas crackers and cereal boxes - but with a tongue-in-cheek Indiana Jones vibe. Down in fifth place, we have arguably the highest-profile mash-up of the year in Angry Birds Star Wars. Rovio's familiar physics-puzzler strikes back with lightsabers, force powers, and a pair of hapless droids. In the #9 position, meanwhile, Dream of Pixels turns classic puzzler Tetris on its head and marries its gentle gameplay with a lovely ambient soundtrack. Bliss.

Over in the world of digital applications, Where is my Little Square Bear takes the top honours in Qi' s November iPhone app chart. It's another of those popular interactive pop-up books for kids, which work so well on modern smartphones. In second place, Post Secrets - Share your secret invites you to share your secrets with the world. This anonymous-yet-social approach is a great way to get something off your chest! Like a pregnancy. If you prefer real fishing to fishing for secrets, though, Pro Angler FL should be more up your street. It helps you identify, catch, and cook 110 saltwater species from the world-famous Florida waters. Finally, down in eighth place, we have Polar. With this handy app installed on you blower, you can quickly set up polls for your friends, using images from your camera or the internet to get a quick idea of the consensus before you act on something.

We'll continue to provide an updated listing each and every month, together with a round-up of the year. For all the up-to-date information on which iPhone games, apps, and publishers are reviewing best, head on over to the  iPhone Quality Index  now.

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