It's time to take a gander at some of the best mobile applications once again, with some decent wares to be had.
This time, we have an impressive water puzzler, a pay-what-you-want special and a neat text-to-MP3 service!
Great Big War Game
The sequel to Great Little War Game, this cartoony title continues the fun strategy gameplay of the previous title.
As the name implies, this game is all about building bridges, with the fun physics system and simple visuals giving it a great style.
Looking to try before you buy? Then there's the free option, giving you a decent number of levels to burn through.
Electric City: The Revolt
Based on Tom Hanks' series of the same name, Electric City is a mini-game/action game with plenty going for it.
An adventure game with plenty of mini-games too, Electric City sees you having to evade patrols while completing a number of missions.
Electric City: The Revolt is available for (you guessed it) Apple and Google devices, with the first few levels being free to play on Android. Apple users will need to cough up $0.99 to play it though.
The Indie Gala
How can you pass up a pay-what-you-want deal on a bunch of games? Well, you simply can't, I suppose.
The Indie Gala promotion features a few Android games, including The Lost Souls, Battle Group and Ichi. Pay more than the average and receive a few extra games as well.
The deal is set to expire on about Wednesday according to the countdown clock on the website, so you have to be quick.
We hardly ever feature word games, but there are loads of great ones out there. And one of them is FrankenWord.
This iOS game sees you making portmanteaus, with clues being given for each word. For instance, "a warning device" and "a mammal with armour" would be alarm and armadillo. Combine the two and you have "alarmadillo".
The free version of the game features 50 words initially, with in-app purchases boosting the count to 150.
One of the more interesting websites and apps to be launched in the past few months, SoundGecko converts almost any text file to an MP3.
Yes, this text-to-speech app is pretty nifty, especially if you want to listen to briefs and the like while doing something else. Additionally, you can set the service up so that any MP3s automatically get dropped in your cloud storage folder.
SoundGecko is only available as an iPhone app for now, with Windows Phone and other platforms incoming. Nevertheless, it still works via the mobile website.
Quite possibly the pick of the week in this edition, Sprinkle is a fun puzzler which sees players making use of water to complete levels.
The best thing about Sprinkle has to be the water effects, bubbling, foaming and more. We were pleasantly surprised, it has to be said.
Sprinkle is available for Android devices running Tegra chipsets (most tablets) and the iPhone, coming in free and paid versions ($0.99).