Here are some of the latest apps available at the Apple App Store for the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and/or Apple Watch.
Bugart Games has announced Quby Jump. It’s an US$1.99 game in which you must jump and fly over a variety of boxes.
Hybrid Humans has unleashed Hop Hop Away. It’s a $2.99 puzzle action game about the bunnies living in the EVOL circus. In this two-dimensional world, you must solve each level’s puzzle and utilize the game’s mechanics to cheer up the bunnies in their journey the best way you can.
Anawiki Games has released Avalon Legends Solitaire 2. In the game, you harness the power of the cards as you travel across Avalon through 300 crafted levels of solitaire to collect the resources you need to restore the kingdom to glory. Avalon Legends Solitaire 2 is free, but does tout in-app purchases.
Just in time for the rugby event of the year, Distinctive Developments has kicked off Rugby Nations 16, the latest mobile rugby simulator. In the US$4.99 game, you play as one of the 20 qualified rugby nations and work your way through the ultimate rugby tournament, gaining victory over all the other nations of the world.
Daedalic Entertainment has introduced Deponia exclusively for the iPad. It’s a $9.99 “exciting comedy of errors featuring the hilarious love story of Goal and Rufus with more than 10 hours of gameplay.”
Adrian Ramirez has unveiled Spiritual Me. The $1.99 app offers a series of exercises designed to help anyone focus their mind, refresh their spirit, and maintain awareness of their emotions.
Hunter Games has launched Buddy Toss. It’s a free, ragdoll tossing, target-based game for iOS devices that comes packed with three game modes, over 50 collectable characters, 30 collectable accessories, and ways to customize your Buddy.