Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has rolled out its Midway Arcade App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. It’s a collection of 10 classic arcade titles for US$0.99. The games include Spy Hunter, Joust, Rampage, Pool, Air Hockey, Roll Ball and Basketball. Players also have the option to purchase additional Midway classics through an in-app purchase.
Chillingo has announced Sticky Sheep and Mafia Rush, a double dose of titles for iOS. In Sticky Sheep, you take on the role of Baxter the sheepdog, a helmet equipped canine eager to bash stubborn sheep onto targets. In Mafia Rush you control an up-and-coming Mafioso on a quest to rule the city where money and the mob is all that matters. The games are $0.99 each.
Blacktorch Games has released Don’t Fry the Frog for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The free game revolves around Frog, an amiable amphibian with an insatiable appetite. As Frog travels around his pond looking for food, gamers will create a moveable electric current between their two fingers on the screen. Players must use the electric beam to zap bad flies while making sure to not shock Frog or any of the healthy flies.
Pudding Games has introduced Ninja Splash for iOS. It’s a tilt-based, platformer puzzle game with combo actions. Ninja Splash is free; gamers may buy “gold” as an in-app purchase, available in packs from $0.99 to $9.99.
Net Minds has unveiled Pin Your World for iOS. The free game challenges players to correctly place a pushpin in a map, as close as possible to the city or state whose name is displayed. After inserting a pin, the app displays a red flag on the map, corresponding to the exact location in question. A green line measures the distance between the two pins, and the shorter the distance the higher the score.
Tringio has premiered Picture Hangman 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch and Picture Hangman HD for the iPad. The $0.99 game takes players on a visual spin on the classic game of Hangman, challenging players to complete pictures instead of words by picking the right picture pieces instead of guessing the correct letters.
esDot Development Studio has debuted PicShop HD — Photo Editor 1.0 for iOS devices. The $4.99 photo editing app has support for HD images up to 8MP.
The new, free Scanner Radio Deluxe allows any iPhone/iPad user to listen to thousands of police and fire scanners, weather radios, air traffic communications, and amateur radio repeaters from around the world.
Fantasy Baseball is here. It’s a $0.99 iOS app for your keeper league, your head to head, or your rotisserie league draft. It offers up-to-date rankings of all of the top players for 2012.
The just-released (and free) TapGeoHunt is similar to a traditional treasure hunt game, where groups of individuals, or teams, race to find hidden clues or trinkets. The twist being that TapGeoHunt uses augmented reality to facilitate the game play. Using the camera in the iPhone the game shows the player what they actually see before them in the real world, but with the addition of a game objects layer overlaid, meaning the player can see treasure chests, zombies, ghosts and more in and about their defined real world play area.
Repeat Timer Pro is a new, free timer utility for iOS. It’s an universal timer app with a secondary interval timer and repeat settings.