It's time for a look at the app world again, so break out those smartphones and tablets and give these a whirl.
This week, we've got the popular BitStrips comic app, an official Microsoft remote desktop client and some great games.
From the same developer who brought you the critically acclaimed Year Walk comes Device 6, making quite a noise upon its release.
A mystery thriller, Device 6 has players step into the shoes of Anna, a woman who wakes up on a remote island. Playing like a mystery novel meets a puzzler, Device 6 is certainly one of the most innovative games released this year.
Device 6 is available on iOS for $3.99.
This comic-creation app has been a popular download over the past few weeks, if social media sharing is anything to go by.
BitStrips lets you create comic versions of yourself, then inserting them into comic strips - and users are loving the app, it seems.
Even though mobile users can utilise Splashtop for their remote desktop needs, it's great to see Microsoft with an official effort too.
The Remote Desktop app lets you easily log into your Windows computer - so if you'd like to monitor a download or copy files from your mobile device, it's worth a look.
Fist of Awesome
This Kickstarted game lets you punch bears in the face - that should be all you need to know, right?
But to its credit, the game also has a great pixel art look, with actual gameplay being inspired by Final Fight, Streets of Rage and Double Dragon.
One of the more popular anti-malware applications on Windows, MalwareBytes has now surfaced on Android devices.
Much like the Windows version, the Android app scans your device for malicious software, while also identifying and preventing apps from accessing your personal data.
MalwareBytes is a free download for Android.
Ever thought of playing a game about the history of typography? Neither have I, but yes, this game exists.
Type:Rider is best described as an "adventure/puzzle" game - you start as two dots, working your way through various writing styles and fonts through the ages.
Batman: Arkham Origins
The Batman: Arkham series makes an appearance on mobile devices, and best of all, it's free to play.
Being a mobile game, it's not quite as open-ended or complex as its bigger brothers, but you have simple controls and over 250 upgrades to play with.
Batman: Arkham Origins is free to play on iOS, so give it a look.
Doom and Destiny
We quite like indie RPGs on mobile devices, offering plenty of content at a good price (as opposed to Square Enix's eyewatering price-tags). So we're glad to see Doom and Destiny being released.
An indie JRPG, Doom and Destiny sees four nerdy friends being drawn into another world and mistaken for heroes. With a 16-bit art style and 20 hours of claimed gameplay, there's a lot to like.