Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Dreamcraft Entertainment has announced Tiny Pirate Quest. It’s an US$0.99 kids app for training and development of visual memory. Tiny Pirate Quest contains mini-games in which young gamers have to look for the treasure.
James Mason has released Bluff the Vote 1.0 for iOS. The free app recreates the final weeks of the election, when most voters have made up their mind and most states are firmly decided for the Democrat (Blue) or Republican (Red) candidate. The final decision is left to a small number of undecided voters in a handful of swing states. In Bluff the Vote, each candidate starts with 191 Electoral Votes and must campaign for the final swing states needed to win the election.
Byte By Byte has introduced Zombies Charge! 1.0. It’s a free, side-scrolling, endless runner game.
GameNUG has launched Hoverboard Hero 1.0. In the $0.99 game, the player rides a hoverboard through futuristic worlds full of huge jumps. Players earn coins by completing tricks and trick combinations. Coins can then be used to buy new tricks, boards, and riders.
Alcids Entertainment has unveiled Play with Fred 1.0 ($0.99). It’s the fourth app in the Fred and His Friends series for children. This time, Fred has taken his friends to the playground. With an adult, the child can investigate eight different places at the playground. For example, they can swing, climb, play in the sandbox and ride the slide.
Crustalli has debuted Kick the Buddy: Trick or Kick 1.0, a continuation of its popular Kick the Buddy franchise. The $0.99 game has a Halloween theme.
InfiniteNIL has presented Numerology: Baby Namer 1.0. The $0.99 app “taps into an ancient wisdom, called numerology, to help expecting parents find a name for their baby.”
TouchTilt Games has created Tiny Drivers: Schoolbus 1.0 for the iPad. The $1.99 app is a way for children to learn about the alphabet and letter sounds while taking on the role of the bus driver. Children learn the letters of the alphabet while picking up kids and driving them to school.