Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (

Focus Multimedia has announced Squashies World 1.0 for iOS devices. Featuring intuitive squashy touch controls, the US$0.99 game asks players to rescue the stranded Squashies, a collection of cute characters, after their world is turned upside down by a tornado. Players must work out how to save the Squashies by squashing together characters of the same type until there are none left in the level.

Endeavor Bros and Monkube have released Retrobot 1.0 for iOS. It’s a $0.99 tank shooter with epic boss battles featuring animated graphic novel style storytelling. The Adventures of Retrobot follows the story of a DIY robot built as a gaming buddy who’s out to save his maker from the evil robots who’ve taken over the world.

Tiktak Games has introduced Terapets: The Crazy Scientist 1.0. In the free, role-playing, adventure game, you’re a pet trainer that needs to help Teraland and her Terapets. In Teraland, players raise and evolve creatures called Terapets. Your goal is to capture hundreds of Terapets by playing their melody with your Ocarina. You can create your own fighting monster team with up to six Terapets.

Anix has unveiled Odyssey: Alone against the Whole Space 1.0. In the free, cosmic, 2D arcade game, a ship sent to patrol the far, dangerous expanses of space and ends up in the path of a horde of invaders. Players control the space ship, flying through different worlds, as they fight their way home. Cosmic contrabandists offer deals on needed items, such as strength shields, engines, machine guns, plasma and laser cannons, homing missiles, and more.

Chocolate Lab Apps has launched Weekly Budget. The $1.99 expenses app is designed to help users track to track their daily expenses like coffee, lunch and fuel.

Sarun Wongpatcharapakorn has debuted Birthday Box 1.0. A $0.99 toolbox for birthday task, it offers basic functions like reminders and upcoming birthday list, as well as the ability to search your friends’ birthdays by name.

LalooLLC has published Laloo the Red Panda for the iPad. It’s a $3.99 animated interactive book. Laloo the Red Panda is a whimsical tale about a red panda cub’s adventures in India.

Chillingo has premiered Cosmic Bump. It’s a $0.99 extraterrestrial arcade puzzle game.
Hotdog Studio has created Pwong Blitz 1.0. It’s a $0.99 arcade game that lets players take up a virtual paddle and keep multiple light balls at once from passing through while attempting to score on their opponents.

Brisk Mobile has developed Black Water for the iPad. Set in the Wild West, the $1.99 game puts players in the saddle of a reluctant deputy who witnesses the murder of the sheriff of the dusty town of Black Water. Players ride horses, guide stagecoaches, track down runaway trains, and fend off waves of bandits through towns, deserts, and valleys in this epic adventure full of mystery. Black Water features over 50 skill level upgrades and over 30 weapons.

AppCrowd Entertainment has given us Smashing Planets 1.0. The $0.99 app employs classic arcade action. As aliens invade the Earth, gamers launch missiles to keep them at bay. You guide missiles into the enemy hordes by drawing their trajectory on the touch screen.