We're looking at some of the more notable applications for smartphones and tablets this week, with plenty of great programs to be had.
In this article, we have bowling meets zombies, a voice-activated camera, a plague simulator and more!
Jet Set Radio
Another Dreamcast classic comes to Android and iOS in the form of Jet Set Radio, one of the more iconic Sega franchises.
Responsible for popularising the cel-shaded visual style, Jet Set Radio is more than just a pretty face, with players donning inline skates and tearing up a futuristic city.
The Bowling Dead
Published by Activision, this is yet another take on the ever-popular zombie formula, but it manages to stand out anyway.
As the name implies, the game manages to combine zombies and bowling, with all manner of insane balls on offer, such as bombs and chainsaw balls. And the game has plenty of legs, thanks to campaign and survival modes.
The Bowling Dead is free to play on iOS, with in-app purchases for in-game currency available too.
Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders
An iOS exclusive franchise, Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy was originally used to demonstrate the graphical prowess of the iPad 3.
Now, the air combat title winds the clock back 70 years to World War Two, featuring authentic aircraft and locations.
Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders is available from the Apple App Store for $4.99, so air combat fans should take a look.
Built specifically for Windows Phone 8, ReadyClick! is a pretty useful camera app for the platform, with voice-activated snaps being the main selling point.
That's right, instead of hitting a button, all you do is say "ReadyClick!" and the app takes a photo - pretty easy.
ReadyClick! is available on Windows Phone 8 for $2, with a free trial available as well.
Considered to be one of the best Reddit clients on any platform, Baconit brings the social news website to Windows Phone, using the pretty Metro UI.
Now, the developer has updated the app for Windows Phone 8, bringing with it some extensive lockscreen wallpaper functionality and social sharing.
Baconit is available on Windows Phone as a free download.
One of the more innovative games around, Plague Inc has you engineering deadly diseases in an attempt to kill off the global population.
The customisation abilities are pretty fantastic, ranging from your disease's name (apparently "death" and "YOLO" are two popular ones) to specific symptoms.
Published by PopCap and developed by Feel Every Yummy, Writer Rumble is another unique entry into the world of smartphone games.
A fighting game with characters based on famous literary figures, you'll need to form words from seemingly jumbled letter tiles.
Available on iOS, with an Android version coming next year, Writer Rumble costs $0.99.
Recipe apps are a dime a dozen practically, with plenty of programs available, however Foodster tries to aggregate the best sites.
Featuring over 10 000 recipes and the ability to create shopping lists for ingredients, Foodster plays host to a pretty user-interface as well.
Foodster is available on Android for $1.99 and is optimised for tablets too.