Qualityindex.com reveals the top 10 critically acclaimed Android games and apps of September 2013

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

The Android Quality Index boasts over 200,000 scores from the world’s best websites, such as Life of Android, Pocket Gamer, and IGN, and uses a unique metric to create a single definitive score for each Android title.
Here are September 2013’s top selections…

Qi Top 10 Android games September 2013
1 Finding Teddy LookAtMyGame 9.6
2 Reaper Hexage 9.1
3 Stickman Downhill Djinnworks 9.0
4 Little Galaxy Bitmap Galaxy 8.7
5 Wordly – the Word Game Scopely 8.6
6 Going Going Gone TheAppsGames 8.6
7 Simple Rockets Jundroo 8.5
8 FIFA 14 Electronic Arts 8.3
9 Cavemania Yodo1 Games 8.3
10 Blocks Away Epic Pixel 8.3

Qi Top 10 Android apps September 2013
1 Series Guide Uwe Trottmann 9.5
2 IvonMusic Giorgio Serantoni 9.4
3 The Football App motain 9.3
StoryPod Short Films Blinkamovie 9.1
rego RSS Reader and News App Sliding Bits 9.0
6 Biophilia Second Wind Apps 9.0
7 Charlie Brown’s All Stars! Loud Crow Interactive 8.8
8 Calender ++; Calender & Tasks Aylians 8.8
9 ioGift – interactive 3D gifts ioGift studio 8.6
10 Supervisor sid 8.6

(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.)

Don’t let Finding Teddy’s cute name and graphics fool you. LookAtMyGame’s, err, game tops the September Android Qi game chart through some challengingly hands-off point-and-click adventuring. Following closely behind is Reaper, the latest offering from prolific Android developer Hexage. This time around, the company adds its typically fresh spin to the action-RPG genre. A little further down the charts at #7 is SimpleRockets, in which you build your own rocket ships and send them into space. EA’s FIFA 14, meanwhile, has to settle for eight place on this month’s premier league games table. In the newest iteration of EA’s long-running footy sim series, the gaming titan adds a generous freemium structure and unusual single-finger controls to the usual team and player updates.

With so much high-quality TV out there right now, an app like SeriesGuide was always bound to do well among app reviewers. This clever way to track, share, and ‘follow’ your favourite shows tops the September Android Qi app chart. The football season is in full swing around Europe, and THE Football App is proving a big hit at #3 in the Android community. Here, motain rounds up news, videos, fixtures, and results from more than 100 domestic competitions around the world. Just behind that at #4, the maker of StoryPod curates the best short films from around the web. Fans of Bjork and ambitious multimedia projects in general will want to check out Biophilia, by the way. In this app, nine of ‘Biophilia’ album’s tracks are presented as standalone multimedia experiences incorporating sound, animation, and 3D artwork. Swell.

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