Here are some of the latest apps available at the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.

The Stone Age adventure Fire: Ungh’s Quest from Daedalic Entertainment is now available for the iPad for US$3.99. It’s the tale of the clumsy Ungh, who falls asleep during the night watch and lets his tribe’s campfire go out. He’s then ordered to go on a quest for a new fire. With unusual tools like mammoths, monkeys, and coconuts, the exploration adventure relies on intuitive puzzles and a lot of tricky tasks.

NipaDidIt ha announced Yikes! Spikes! It’s a free game where players try to dodge spiked blocks in order to finish the 51 increasingly hard levels.

Bohemia Touch has released Shire Defense. It’s a free (though one that offers in-app purchases) tower defense game. Set in a mystical world of magic, players must defend their shire from the invading hordes of zombies, wizards, warriors, mages and hobbit ogres.

Scout Ahead has introduced League of Legends for the Apple Watch and iPhone. The free app lets players find out quickly who they’re playing against, who is on their team, and who they might need to worry about, with stats straight from Riot.

Viqua Games has launched First Class Flurry HD. In the free game, players take the role of Claire, Starlink Airline’s #1 flight attendant. They must help Claire make sure all passengers have a wonderful flight by taking care of passenger safety during the flight, serving meals, drinks, toys and other things.

Tsukishima Factory has unveiled Rinka for iOS. It’s a free inifinite runner game with similar visual elements to games like Limbo and Badlands, but with light playing an integral role in gameplay. The player guides a Will O’ Wisp that lights up whenever a glowing orb is collected but will otherwise dim over time leaving the player surrounded by darkness.

Jolly Books has published True Heroes 1781, their first game in a series of history mystery apps. The $2.99 game lets you explore colonial times and discover life in the 1700’s. True Heroes 1781 is an educational app for elementary to middle school aged children.