We've been scouring the internet as well as app stores for the latest and greatest applications and games this week.
This time, we have a new pay-what-you-want special, an augmented-reality GhostBusters game and Angry Birds: Star Wars.
Beat Hazard Ultra
Beat Hazard, which has seen releases on PC, Xbox 360 and iOS, has attracted a big audience thanks to its innovative gameplay.
This twin-stick shooter generates enemies and obstacles by using your music library, with some intriguing results. For instance, choose a fast-paced band like Dragonforce and you're set for a stiff challenge.
A beta version of Beat Hazard Ultra for Android is available from the developer's website, so change your settings to accept installations from third-party websites to download it.
Huge things are expected for the Microsoft-owned VoIP service, with an impressive Metro app being featured on the Windows 8 Store.
Now, the Windows Phone 8 version of Skype has gone live, in the form of a preview application though. But with full video chat and deep integration with WP8 itself, this is looking pretty special.
The new version of Skype is available on the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Angry Birds: Star Wars
The Angry Birds phenomenon has gone from strength to strength, with Rovio Mobile proving that the franchise is here to stay.
Now, the company has released arguably its biggest Angry Birds release yet in the form of Angry Birds: Star Wars.
Humble Bundle for Android 4
The Humble Bundle games have always been a fantastic deal, allowing gamers to pay what they want for a variety of cool titles.
Now, the latest special is up, with Splice, Eufloria, Waking Mars, Crayon Physics Deluxe and Sword & Sworcery EP up for grabs. Pay more than the average price however (currently set at $6.15), and you'll also get Machinarium.
The Humble Bundle for Android 4 is available from the Humble Bundle website.
One of the more stylish games available on the Google Play Store, Oscura is seemingly inspired by smash hit Limbo.
A platformer with a minimalistic, shadowy art style, Oscura sees you collecting crystal shards to bring light back to the world.
GhostBusters: Paranormal Blast
The idea of an augmented-reality GhostBusters game makes a lot of sense the more I think about it, so it's great to see the title come to life.
GhostBusters: Paranormal Blast makes use of your phone's camera and sensors to create an immersive experience, with players vanquishing ghosts and other nasties.
Famed developer Peter Molyneux has been promising the world once again with minigame/social experiment Curiosity.
Scores of players around the world are chipping away at a gigantic cube in an attempt to discover what's inside, with only one player set to get to the centre. Players are also given coins, which can be used to buy even more powerful tools to chip away with.
Curiosity is available from the App Store so check it out - it won't cost you anything.