Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Random Widgets has announced iBehave 1.0 for iOS. It’s an US$0.99 app designed to help kids improve their behavior by rewarding them with marbles in a jar. When they collect enough marbles, they win a predetermined prize.
Nitro1 has released CatCity for iOS. It’s a $0.99, maze style puzzle game.
Tiktak Games has introduced Brain Battle Show 1.0 for iOS. In the free app, you’re on a TV show where the contestants play against three other players in a battle of intelligence.
Larian Studios has launched Easter Egg Invaders 1.0, a shoot ’em up designed especially for the iPhone and iPod touch. In the free game, players and Darlene, a weapons-of-war equipped bulldozer, must repel Earth’s invasion by enraged Easter eggs.
Activision Publishing has unveiled Skylanders Cloud Patrol for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The $0.99 game is set in a region of Skylands that has been overrun by the evil minions of Portal Master, Kaos. With all 30-plus skylanders available to unlock, the game lets players take command of a sky-ship and use their favorite skylander to dispatch the bad guys.
Polynauten has premiered Triple Trouble for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. In the game — $0.99 for the iPhone and iPod touch and $1.99 for the iPad — players of all ages are challenged to complete a variety of skill challenges and obstacles to score points and master more complex levels.
Shufflr has debuted a free iPad app. Shufflr is a video discovery service that helps consumers discover videos that they would like to watch anytime, anywhere.
Ravensburger Digital has created facetrainer for iOS. The $0.99 social networking app. facetrainer takes a user’s Facebook friends, distorts the images, and determines how fast you can guess who they are.
Jane’s Realty is a new $1.99, iPad game that combines elements of time management and economic simulator genres. Players can experience what it’s like to have a real estate business of their own.
Ubisoft has released Rabbids Go Phone Again and Rabbids Go HD for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. These $1.99 apps allow users to “discover new moves and interactive accessories to manipulate, tickle, shake, tease and play tricks on their captive Rabbids.”
Humble Gaming has driven out CitiRacing for iOS. It’s a $2.99 game (available for $0.99 for a limited time) in which players find themselves driving against time, the rather intelligent AI, or even each other in over 40 tracks inspired by real cities from around the world.