We're taking a look at the world of mobile applications once again, with something for everyone this week.
This time, we have a pay-what-you-want bundle of games, an UnInstagram app of sorts and plenty more programs.
Humble Bundle for Android 3
The latest pay-what-you-want offering is worth a look, offering two mobile games and two tablet games. Pay more than the average price and you'll get a fifth game for free.
The four games in the Humble Bundle are Uplink, Bit.Trip Beat, SpaceChem and Fieldrunners. Spending more than the average price also gets you the fifth game, Spirits.
It's the kind of deal you couldn't pull off on Apple or Microsoft's platforms, so check it out. After all, you get the games on PC, Mac and Linux too.
With simplistic wireframe graphics, New Orbit Episode 1 isn't much of a looker obviously. But there's more to the title than visuals.
A space adventure with a storyline, New Orbit also features realistic gravity, allowing you to enter orbits, land on asteroids and more.
New Orbit: Episode 1 is available on the Google Play store for $0.99.
Love Tetris? Then you'll want to check out this doubly hard take on the popular puzzler.
Quantro sees players having to deal with two Tetris games at once, leading to some pretty frantic moments.
Quantro is exclusive to Android devices, Android Police reported, being available for free.
The unwavering popularity of Instagram has resulted in millions of people thinking they're professional photographers.
Normalize is one for the Instagram haters, stripping away any filters and delivering a more realistic photo in the process.
Normalize is an iOS exclusive application at this point, setting users back about $0.99.
I can't say that the idea of running my own restaurant has ever been appealing, but there are many others that think otherwise.
Enter Cafeteria Nipponica, the latest simulation game from mobile superstar Kairosoft, which sees you having to run a swanky restaurant.
With hundreds of thousands of applications on Google's Play Store, finding the perfect game isn't always easy, oddly enough. Consequentially, a new program called Applorer tries to simplify things.
With dozens of categories and recommendations based on your existing library, Applorer does a pretty admirable job of helping you find the ideal game.
The application is available for free from the Google Play store so check it out if you're on the prowl for your latest fix.
Feed The Kitten
There hasn't been much in the way of BlackBerry apps over the past few weeks but Feed the Kitten is a pretty nifty game anyway.
Playing in a similar manner to Cut the Rope, Feed the Kitten has you, well, feeding a kitten. Of course, it's not so simple, with all manner of puzzles to solve.
Featuring 72 levels and both free and paid versions, this is worth a look.