Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (http://www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Internet Design Zone has announced Dress Up For Girls: Animals 1.0, a new addition to their Dress Up for Girls series for iOS devices. The free app is loaded with sclothes and accessories to create stylish avatars for animals.
Jaime Torres has released Agent Slaps Summer 1.0 for iOS devices. In the US$0.99 game, players take the role of an Agent whose mission is to protect a cooler full of beers while the happy owners go swimming in the beach.
Sirniks Media has introduced Gravity Blocks 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 game, the goal is to help Henry to change the direction of gravity. Use the touch screen to change the gravity or rotate your device and blocks will fall in the direction of earth’s gravity.
Imaginary World Comics has unveiled Mr Toast 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 game, players take control of Mr Toast as he walks/runs through his neighborhood. Featuring two different play modes, in Levels mode, players have 14 levels to complete with varying challenges on different levels. In the Infinity mode, players can just keep going as long as they still have time.
App & Joy Studio has launched Snooze+ 1.0, its new business tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. With the $0.99 app you can continue working with the iPhone’s native calendar and have a snooze option for all events. You can set a default snooze time and use it for all events, or you can define a unique snooze time per event.
MelSoft has debuted Toy Defense Free for iOS. It’s a free, historically based, WWI tower defense/sim game. It employs advanced AI algorithms that allow up to 40 individual infantry, anti-aircraft, flamethrower, or artillery emplacements to target and fire independently.
Games for Gummie has unleashed Shuriken Chicken 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99, stylized side scroller game where players control a ninja chicken. There are several 2D animated layers as the black clad chicken with a red comb tries to run as far as possible, leaping over or sliding under obstacles, and bouncing off trampolines. He eliminates enemies in his way using shuriken, ninja throwing stars.
Preschool University has created ABC Spanish Spelling Magic 1.0. The free app provides practice in spelling common Spanish words of 3-7 letters. When the child touches a picture or letter, they hear the corresponding word or sound aloud. Kids must drag letters into a line to correctly spell words. In Scrambled Letters mode students are provided with all the required letters; in Movable Alphabet mode they must select from the alphabet.
NuOxygen has developed Monster of Puppets 1.0 for iOS. In the $0.99 game, you use your fingers to slash, tap and shoot. You use your skills with different weapons that you acquire during the game and use energy beams to defeat the monstrous puppets.
Bravo Force: Last Stand is a new action-arcade shooting game from Neon Play. The aim of the free app is to survive for as long as possible against waves of enemies who will do their best to shoot you to pieces.
Zachary Wang and Zuo Peng has given us Small Talk Chinese for the iPad. The free app is designed to teach Chinese through “punchy” English dialogues adapted from movies, television, and other media outlets, which are then crowd-sourced for translation into Chinese. The dialogues, which feature pop-up word definitions and Chinese audio from native speakers, are organized around fun topics like dating, fashion, and the office place.
The “If You Give A Conservative A Cookie” storybook app for the iPad has been published by Trajan Books. Written and illustrated by Stephen Cody, it’s a $1.99 political parody of Laura Joffey Numeroff’s “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.”
Happy Ring Ring has given us ChickyFox HD for the iPad. It’s a $2.99 children’s music video app that children can sing along with.