It's time for another dose of mobile applications this week, with more games than anything in this edition.
This time, we have a cute stealth-action title, a remote app for your DSLR camera and a super-hard game from a console developer.
Bombshells: Hell's Belles
Inspired by classic arcade-style flight game Crimson Skies, Bombshells brings the same style of gameplay to mobile devices.
The game features fast-paced flight action, with players having to blast enemy planes out of the sky. Additionally, online multiplayer is also supported, so you can take on your friends.
A stealth-adventure title, Critter Escape brings to mind Metal Gear Solid, albeit wrapped in a cutesy visual style.
The game sees you having to escape a research facility, relying on the aforementioned stealth to get out safely.
Stunt Bunnies Circus
There've been some great circus-themed games over the years, with Stunt Bunnies Circus joining them.
The gist of the gameplay is that you need to launch your bunny at others to rescue them from certain doom. But of course, unlockable power-ups and different enemies makes it more complex than that.
SkyGamblers: Rise of Glory
Another air-combat game makes an appearance in the form of Namco-Bandai's SkyGamblers: Rise of Glory.
Created by a studio famed for its flight titles, SkyGamblers is pretty fantastic in its own right, with players getting into the cockpit of various World War One machines.
The Windows Phone platform has loads of great applications but it's no secret that there are still a few glaring omissions, with PayPal being one of them.
However, Nokia has teamed up with PayPal to bring an official application to the platform, so your online payment needs are sorted.
PayPal is available from the Windows Phone Marketplace for free.
Definitely one for the camera aficionados, Triggertrap features some impressive remote functionality, with support for over 300 cameras.
There are plenty of remote options available too, such as time-lapse, long-exposure HDR and more.
Coming from the same dude behind classic title VVVVVV is Super Hexagon, a rather trippy experience.
Described as a "minimal action" game, Super Hexagon has you playing as a little triangle, trying to work your way through a series of obstacles. Yeah, it sounds weird, but a video goes a long way to explaining it.
Regardless, Super Hexagon is available on iOS for $0.99.