While the top free iPhone and iPad application charts typically host a slew of new faces each week, many of them tend to be older games that have risen up the list due to promotions and the like.
Happy Theme Park — Having been released July 8th, Happy Theme Park now hosts the #2 free iPhone app spot today. Cave Bowling — The #3 application for iPhone today (#2 on iPad) is one that has been growing steadily up the app charts, in general (not just the free charts), in the past few weeks. Movie-Quiz Lite — Movie-Quiz Lite is a simple quiz-style of game in which users are given 30 seconds an a single image and are tasked with figuring out what film from a multiple choice selection.
Hachicko HD Lite — Coming in at #7 this week is a new game (released June 9th), Hachicko HD Lite.
To find your favorite game forum, simply navigate to Forum Home and use the forum search to find any game forum. However, this time around, many of the titles on both iDevice platforms have been completely new hosting simple concepts seated in both commonly seen and original application premises. A business simulation title, players are tasked with the construction and management of their own theme park. Cave Bowling is a title from Donut Games that has been made temporarily free and is a physics game in which players use their finger to fling bowling balls through prehistoric landscapes and obstacles.


The #4 title is Make-Up Girls and is a simple application that allows users to decorate a digital avatar with various types and amounts of make-up and accessories, then sharing them through social feeds.
Currently, the game’s database is noted at over 4000 movies, thus players do get hints to help out.
This puzzle title challenges player to get their dog Hachiko to his box of dog treats by removing boxes that he is standing atop.
Run, Run, Chicken for iPad was released July 6th and currently holds the #12 spot on the top free iPad apps list. As for Donut Games themselves, this casual games portal is actually a part of the Malmo-based company Swedish Game Development, a company that has been around since 2003. Released June 5th, the game monetizes through purchasing a full game pack in-app for $1.99 and is credited to mobile software development company Touch Apps, a small 2009-founded group out of Israel and who is focused primarily on iOS for the time being. The full version costs $0.99 and both are credited to Borov Games, a fairly unknown developer who hosts a dozen different, and simple, titles on iOS. More for beginners, one of the title’s key focus is reading music as well as playing it on a digital piano.
The game is a highly simplistic platformer in which users attempt to get baby chickens from Point A to Point B in order to find their mom.


Songify also further monetizes itself through $0.99 in-app purchases for different musical effects.
Last updated July 8th with MIDI support (allowing for use of a real keyboard), the app has been made free only for a limited time. It’s developed by TouchTen, a group of Indonesian friends studying in Tokyo who say they are donating their iOS app revenue to charity. The title is credited to Xmedia Technologies, a mobile applications developer based out of China. Last updated July 12th and ranked at #13, the title is noted to be created by a company of the same name, StumbleUpon. As for its developer, the company behind the game is noted as Infinidy, a Canadian iOS developer out of Waterloo. Based out of San Francisco, this larger company hosts a community of over 15 million people and boasts around one billion recommendations per month for its app.



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