Narrowly missing out were Shop Heroes from Cloudcade and Eon Altar from Flying Helmet Games, whose efforts earned them 2nd and 3rd place respectively.
Eon Altar pushes the boundaries of pocket gaming more than an iPad Pro, but its conceit is nonetheless fascinating.
Currently on Steam Early Access, the dev says that this multiplayer turn-based RPG aims to evoke nerdy teenage nights spent playing tabletop games and eating pizza.
Because we, as serious adults, obviously don't do that sort of thing anymore. Honest.
The mobile twist? Your smartphone is your controller, meaning each player has their own screen that they can use to either co-operate or deceive.
Shop Heroes, on the other hand, is a mobile take on the likes of Recettear and insane 3DS gem Weapon Shop de Omasse in that you play an average Joe shopkeeper dude and not the monster-slaying hero.
A heavily strategic and menu-driven affair, Shop Heroes is robust and boasts great art. One of its greatest strengths, however, is the potential to earn hard currency through trading.
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