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

Not A Basement Studio has announced Chuppy Jump, a new game for the iPhone and iPod touch. In the app, gamers need to help Chuppy decorate the Christmas tree during a power outage. Chuppy needs to jump on five different types of leaves with different properties, collecting six power-ups, while completing 38 different goals. Chuppy Jump is available in two versions: an ad-supported free version and a $0.99 paid version.

L’Escapadou has released Spanish Word Wizard for iOS, the Spanish version of their $3.99 Word Wizard app that lets kids hear the sounds of letters and words, and provides spelling practice with a customizable list of more than 1,400 questions and answers. Featuring text-to-speech capabilities, the app can pronounce and spell-check ¬†an unlimited number of Spanish words.

Enddiction has introduced inCharge for the iPhone. The $2.99 app gives users the power to free themselves from the “burden” of playing games, hanging out on social networks, and continuously checking emails.

AppGeneration has launched Tappy Friends for iOS. The game — free for a limited time — is where “Whac-a-Mole meets your Facebook account.”

Kdan Mobile has debuted PDF Connoisseur — Kdan Enterprise iPhone Edition 1.0, the iPhone edition of its file reading utility. The $8.99 app offers file viewing, transferring, and annotating features of PDF files.

AdvancingWomen has presented 2WayResume 1.0, a business title for iOS devices. The $1.99 provides a dual format that puts a job seeker immediately into the employer’s database. 2WayResume provides expert guidance, and gives “copy and paste” short cuts to simplify resume creation and stores up to eight different targeted resumes and more.

Innocorp has given us a new iPhone app, Intoxicheck, to give people a reality check about how buzzed they may really be after drinking.

2Morrow Mobile has developed Resolutions 2012, a productivity app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 is designed to help people keep their New Year’s Resolutions by forming new habits.

Ingengo has served up KIDiPLAY Match for iOS. In the $0.99 educational app kids can develop and practice their short term visual and auditory memory and critical thinking skills. The app offers three games for matching objects, sounds, and objects that go together.

Erwin Zwart has created Mosaic Wallpaper Designer 1.0 for iOS. The $0.99 lets you add your own pictures to a variety mosaic grids an edit them using multitouch gestures. Designed wallpapers have Retina resolution and are both landscape and portrait oriented; they’re compatible with the iPad.

Staytoooned has cooked up iTouchiLearn Feelings for Preschool Kids 1.0. The $1.99 app gives preschool, kindergarten and special needs kids the social cues needed to identify, interpret and communicate their emotions.

Art Dynasty has scared up Surprise Box for the iPhone and iPod touch. Features of the free app include: free animated surprises, surprise share with friends via e-mail, surprise import, and the option to buy more surprises. Designed specifically for the Retina display, Surprise Box will be updated with new content monthly.

True Media Games has rolled out Lay the Egg 1.0 for iOS devices. In the game, you help our little friend successfully lay his golden eggs safely into his nest. Lay the Egg is a physics puzzler. The app is scheduled for regular monthly additions including but not limited to two worlds with a monthly period of time.

Alexander Shumilov has published Animal Book for Babies, a children’s gaming title for iOS devices. Designed for 1-3 year-olds, the $0.99 app features animal illustrations made by professional painter and carefully selected animal voices.

The Photobricks Team says Photobricks, their first mosaic creation software specialized for use with LEGO bricks, is now available for the iPhone and iPod touch. The free app allows the user to turn any image on their device into a mosaic composed of LEGO bricks.

Demansol Software Solutions has unleashed Count the Squirrels for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The $0.99 app is designed to help kids learn to count.

Kitty Toy is a new, $1.99 iOS game where you play with your virtual kitten.

EA Mobile has announced The Sims FreePlay, a new app that lets users experience the franchise The Sims on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. In The Sims FreePlay, players can build, customize and orchestrate a town of Sims for free on their mobile devices, including a version optimized for the iPad for the first time.