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iPhone/iPod touch/iPad apps for Sept. 28

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Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).

Thinknao Software has announced Number Blocks 1.0. It’s a logic, memory, and concentration game wrapped in a beat-the-clock format. Its consists of increasingly difficult puzzles that challenge different aspects of your brain. In all, there are over 30 types of questions. Number Blocks 1.0 is free for the basic version; more difficult levels can either be earned or are available with in-app purchases.

Appadana Development has released State of the Union 1.0. The US$0.99 allows anyone to find out the latest figures regarding the U.S. economy, providing access to 17 major U.S. economic indicators. All economic indicators are updated daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly.

eMobiSoft has launched Troll Blaster, a physics/strategy/puzzle game for iOS. In the $0.99 app, the player fires a strategically selected weapon onto a structure containing evil trolls. In Troll Blaster, each level presents a new challenge for the player. The trolls are in structures to the right of the screen that are build of wood, stone, glass and metal.

Kitchen Monsters has introduced Cooking for Kids for the iPhone. The $1.99 app offers 35 recipes designed just for kids. It also includes a simple tool that allows instant conversion between oven temperatures and weight and a timer.

NBA Mania has debuted Gogh Gallery & Puzzle 1.0.0, an educational gallery and puzzle game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The free app offers multiple languages, the story about van Gogh, the artist, as well as OpenFeint support for the puzzle game.

The Legend of the Fish of Fury is a new, $0.99 martial arts fighting game for the iPhone and iPad. In the game, you dive undersea and go fin-to-fin with eight fishy fellows. Punch, block and kick your way to the ultimate showdown with the mighty Emperor V. Defeat him and be crowned King of the ocean.

IdeaSolutions has served up PastaOnly 1.0, a $0.99 set of authentic Neapolitan pasta recipes for the iPad. The app contains 31 delicious Neapolitan-style and family made pasta recipes. It presents two main ways of cooking pasta with its sauce or separately.

Snake Color Hunter for iOS has slithered out from CloverIOSGames. The $0.99 color matching game simulates the slow, serpentine movement of a snake. One by one, colored balls move from the snake’s tail to its head. Players fire colored balls at the procession, and matching two or more balls of the same color removes them. Balls fired may miss the snake or join the single-file, curving line of balls on their way toward the head, ending the game when they reach it.

GameNUG has cooked up Hot Donut 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. In the free game the player is a donut, rolling, jumping and dashing through various worlds. Players earn crystals by completing levels and achievements. Crystals can then be used to buy desirable items in the game.

Matrox is offering MuraControl for iPad. The free app transforms the Apple tablet into a touch panel control interface capable of remotely managing input sources on any Matrox Mura MPX-powered video display wall.

Boingo Wireless has given us an international version of its Boingo Wi-Fi Credits app. The free app lets you buy Wi-Fi access at Boingo hotspots in one-hour increments using an iTunes account. Using Apple’s iTunes billing system, the Wi-Fi Credits app further simplifies the process by billing in the user’s local currency so they can avoid conversion charges from their credit card provider.

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