Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Mobicle has announced Bloody Western for iOS. Set in the American Old West, the free game allows players to choose between two iconic old west roles: sheriff and outlaw.
Bright Side Labs has released Tabletop Clock 1.0 the iPad. The US$1.99 app lets you choose from five different clock faces, nine backgrounds, and 10 different alarms.
Digitalfrog has introduced Panicky Angel 1.0.0 for iOS, a $0.99 fairy tale arcade game that requires players to use both tilt and touch controls helping the little angel, Rika. She is trying to regain the contents of the box of angel wings she lost while on an errand, and players must tilt their iDevice to collect power-ups and avoid obstacles.
Australian Landmark Immigration Solutions has launched the free Australia Visa 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The list of available types of visas is long and confusing. This universal app takes into account all possible immigration criteria and helps users to choose right type of travel visa. The guidance offered by this app is not a one size fits all automated response, but an actual reply from a licensed Australian migration agent of the Australian Government, MARN 0323211 MIA 3640.
Edenpod has unveiled Schedaroo for iOS. The $1.99 app allows you to send emails, post messages on your Facebook wall and tweet on your Twitter account at a future scheduled time of your preference.
ReignDesign has debuted Flockwork 1.0 for iPad. The $0.99 puzzle game stars a flock of adorable but helpless sheep and a good-natured — but somewhat unreliable — sheep dog. The player is tasked with guiding the escaping sheep back to safety through a variety of puzzles and obstacles across 80 levels spread out over several campaigns.
Distinctive Developments has rolled out Downhill Xtreme on iOS. The free longboard racing title “launches players through a whirlwind of exotic locations and sets them against the clock in an adrenaline fueled race to the bottom.”
The new $0.99 MonTowers for iOS puts users in the shoes of a powerful sorcerer, who must summon a legion of monsters in order to dominate a series of towers, floor by floor. The game focuses on collecting and upgrading monsters, and pitting those monsters against others in coliseum-type combat in order to progress.
Shacked Software has created TeleTweet, an all-new mobile app that allows iOS users to send and receive Twitter messages via Morse code. The $0.99 app preserves the look, feel, and sound of classic telegraph keys, and integrates with Twitter to give users the nostalgic feeling of sending or receiving a telegram in Morse code.
Studio Muffinz has developed iLoveNote for the iPhone and iPad. The $1.99 app is designed to help couples stay connected.
Gameloft has unleashed Shark Dash. In the $0.99 game, you follow the adventures of Sharkee and his pals as they solve puzzles across 96 levels in four different bath tub environments to save Sharkee’s beloved girlfriend Sally from the clutches of the nefarious rubber ducks.