It's once again time to take a look at some of the hottest applicationss to be released in recent weeks.
This time, we have loads of apps, including a real-time strategy game for Android, the next game from Angry Birds developer Rovio and an alternative to Apple Maps.
Drift Mania Championship 2
Remember the early 2000s? You couldn't go to any games store without seeing a street racing title. But just when the fad is sort of fading out, we get this pretty game from RatRod.
Drift Mania 2 is available for $2, so check it out if you're a wannabe boy racer.
A real-time strategy game for Android, Desert Stormfront is both accessible and good-looking, a rarity with so many titles.
Players have quite a few units at their disposal, including humvees, jets, helicopters, warships and more, making for a great alternative to Advance Wars.
Japanese developer Kairosoft has a fantastic mobile pedigree, churning out hit game after hit game.
Now, the company has created what AndroidPolice calls a cross between Pokemon, Monster Rancher and city management.
Beastie Bay is a free-to-play Android game, with in-app purchases for removing advertisements and the like.
The next game from Angry Birds developer Rovio Mobile switches perspective, letting gamers play as the pigs.
In Bad Piggies, you'll need to build all sorts of creative contraptions to steal the Birds' eggs, with a great sandbox mode included too.
After the debacle that was Apple's Maps solution for iOS6, the tech giant has recommended a number of alternative apps, with one being Waze.
As a standard mapping app, Waze is pretty great, however, it stands out thanks to its crowd-sourced live traffic information. And it already has loads of users in South Africa, so updates are prompt for the most part.
Waze is available on iOS and Android, with a BlackBerry beta available too.
A locally produced game, Sharkie features 80 levels, with players having to charge and dive their way to the try-line.
With loads of content and polished visuals, it's hard to believe that the game is a marketing tool for the Sharks rugby team.
Sharkie is available free of charge from Apple's App Store, with an Android launch planned too.