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As LifeHacker noted, most apps and games allow you to transfer data via the built-in iTunes backup service, which involves plugging in your old device and syncing it with iTunes, then plugging in your new device and choosing restore, and restoring data for those apps.
There's a few things that can go wrong when using this method to transfer app and game data. You must remember that different apps use different save files, so you might have to adjust the above steps and copy several files or sometimes even just one file. The method should work for most apps, but just in case, here's some extra advice:
iCloud, the cloud storage offered by Apple, lets you create cloud-based backups of individual apps installed on your old Phone. Even third-party apps and games that you've installed and backed up can be restored back to a new iPhone from iCloud.
Start by turning on your new device. A "Hello" screen should appear. If you've finished setting up your new device already, you need to erase the device (Tap Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings). After you've erased it, your device will restart and you'll see the "Hello" screen. Now you can transfer a backup of apps to your new device by following these steps: 2b1af7f3a8