We've scoured the web for the hottest applications on mobile devices, with something for everyone this time.
In this iteration, we're taking a look at a Sega Dreamcast classic, a world-building game and protection against dodgy URLs.
A popular Twitter client on Windows and Mac, Echofon features a simple user interface as well as a lightweight design.
The Android port isn't officially available yet, but an alpha version has leaked out, Android Police reported. So if you're looking for a new Twitter client, consider downloading it.
Note that you'll need to enable installation of apps from third party sources via the settings menu.
StuntStar: The Hollywood Years
A neat action puzzler for iOS, StuntStar features 70 levels, with players needing to complete elaborate stunts in the process.
The game is pretty simple enough, as you set the angle of your ramps and manage your vehicle's speed.
StuntStar is available for $2.99 from the App Store, being an iOS exclusive for now.
Sega's back-catalogue has been getting a lot of love lately, with Chu Chu Rocket, Sonic and Nights all getting ported to various devices.
Now, it's time for classic arcade title Crazy Taxi to get the conversion treatment as it comes to smartphones.
The game, which has you dropping off passengers while sticking to a rigid time limit, is available for $4.99 on iOS, with an Android version set to be released as well.
Topia: World Builder
One of the more interesting games to be released in a while, Topia: World Builder evokes memories of the recent From Dust.
The game tasks players with creating a world, creating oceans and lakes, moulding earth and much more.
At $0.99, Topia: World Builder is well worth the price of admission, so check it out if you have an iOS device.
Court games have received loads of attention since the arrival of the Phoenix Wright franchise on the Nintendo DS and iPhone.
Now, Devil's Attorney puts a spin on things, as you play a slimy legal beagle, defending all sorts of dodgy clients.
Plight of the Zombies
Originally available for $1.99, this undead title is now available for free, so mobile gamers can see what the fuss is all about.
Plight of the Zombies has users playing as the zombies instead, directing the horde against a bunch of human survivors.
Malware is always a concern with gadgets, especially when it comes to the mega-popular Android platform.
One way that malware finds its way onto phones is through malicious links, but this application helps you suss out any dodgy URLs.
LinkBuster works by simply revealing the full web address, while also incorporating the Web of Trust online safety tool.
LinkBuster is available on Android as a free download, so anyone looking for an extra layer of protection should grab it.