Here are the latest iPhone/iPod touch/iPod/iPad apps. You can find ’em at the Apple App Store (www.itunes.com/appstore/).
Kora Erdelyi has announced KinderApp Go 1.0. With the US$1.99 app, children get to know the name and the correct pronunciation of more than 60 objects from their everyday outdoor environment.
CWA Games has released Age of Myth. The free, adventure game is based around the characters and events of ancient Greek mythology. The gamer chooses from three distinctive heroes, Warrior, Archer, and Mage. There are 30 levels.
We Got Pixels has introduced Mathfeud 1.0,. It’s a free, turn-based, multiplayer math-puzzle game for the iPhone and iPod touch.
PTT Solution has produced Doraemon Fishing 2S. In the free game, you go fishing as Doraemon, Nobita or Shizuka and try to feed dinosaur Pisu. Besides casting the hook as deep as possible to collect coins and catch fishes while avoiding sharks, with the new gameplay, players will touch on fishing jumping out and flick them towards Pisu.
4:33 Creative Labs has unveiled Epic Hearts 1.0. In the $1.99 RPG, worlds wait to be explored as the chosen apprentice faces the enemies of dragonkind armed with their unique skills and devotion to ritual of Renobatio.
Illogical has launched Block Invader 1.0. It’s a $0.99, arcade space shoot ’em up in a 3D environment.
DahaBaska has debuted Bindle – PDF Maker 1.0. The $2.99 app allows users to create custom photo books of up to 24 images, and save them as shared PDF files.
Smartcle has presented Gemstone Drop 1.0. In the free app the player has 60 seconds to test their reflexes and skill by quickly tapping falling gems.
Pixelflip Studios and Twizzlez have teamed up for Loopy Lost His Lettuce HD 1.0 for the iPad. It’s a $2.99, interactive children’s book that features 30 interactive pages and six games.
Magister Apps has scared up Halloween-Coloring Puzzles for Kids for the iPhone and iPad. The free app offers puzzles, creative drawings, sound effects, animated characters and more, all with a Halloween flavor.
Slots Booth Free 1.0 is the free version of the Casino Game, Slots Booth, which lets players personalize the app by putting their photos into the slot machine. Instead of getting three sevens or cherries players can get three of themselves or their girlfriend, boyfriend, wife, husband, kids, pets, travel photos, or any photo they want.
Ted Nash has joined forces with digital agency Floxx to create Appdaq, a stock exchange app. The free Appdaq purportedly uses an intelligent algorithm to create a stock exchange simulator that provides players with an pportunity to act like real traders without having to take on the financial risk.
Creanncy has presented Pocket Mobile Resume Pro 1.0. The $1.99 app offers a way to create, update and send resumes from iOS devices.