Today’s Best Apps features the most promising releases from the last 24 hours. Thousands of apps get approved by Apple daily and we hand-select what we think are the new potential gems that we’re considering for review each day.

Universal:

NFL Pro 2013 by Gameloft (Free, 124.5 MB): The free-to-play football simulation is back. In NFL 13 you get to play with all your favorite licensed teams. The app offers a new management system so that you can control every aspect of the team you choose. You can hire players, upgrade your stadium, and practice for games. You can also customize playing styles with the Playbook Editor.

Super Monsters Ate My Condo! by [adult swim] ($0.99, 38.0 MB): Match condos and get as many points as possible in this crazy sequel. With only two minutes on the clock, you must avoid nasty new condos that generate nukes and acid. You can spin the wheel in an attempt to unlock bonus items as well. The game features 90 goals to complete and promises to be a lot of fun.

Amazing Runner by Freyr Games ($0.99, 53.0 MB): The endless running games won’t come to an end, and Amazing Runner is the latest addition to the genre. Each character in this game has unique movement and animation. The tracks are meant to be totally unique and challenging as well. The game also offers additional controls such as circle, tap, tilt, and wipe.

God of Blades by White Whale Games ($2.99, 182.7 MB): God of Blades is an action-adventure game for iOS. In this game you must wield your sword and battle to become the best. The game offers hand-drawn levels, RPG modules, an incredible soundtrack, and engaging battles. The main objective of the game is to survive as many duels as possible.

WarCorps: Genesis by Triniti Interactive Limited ($0.99, 151.8 MB): WarCorps: Genesis is an arcade game for iOS. The objective of the game is to guide a team of soldiers through different locations and eliminate all enemy forces. The game offers great graphics, 60 story missions, four characters, and more.

The Last Express by DotEmu ($4.99, 1.3 GB): From the creator of the original Prince of Persia, comes an award-winning mystery game set on the Orient Express. The game offers more than 20 hours of gameplay and over 30 characters who all behave in a unique way, conversing in their own languages and moving about. You can eavesdrop on conversations, sneak into compartments, and unlock cinematics. This game promises to be worth every hour of your time.

iPhone:

Moments – Remembering the past by Moments App (Free, 2.9 MB): Discover memories from the past with Moments. The app connects to your Facebook account and uses the location data from pictures and posts to remind you of memories when you visit places you have been to. You can share that memory with family or friends who were with you then.

Streamweaver by Streamweaver (Free, 10.4 MB): Create a multi-angle video with Streamweaver for the iPhone. The app allows you and your friends to record a video at the same time from different angles, then the app combines the footage to create a split screen multi-angle video. You can watch your videos in the app or online. You can also share your videos on Facebook, Twitter, via email, or SMS.

Bad Piggies by Rovio Entertainment Ltd ($0.99, 40.9 MB): The creators of Angry Birds are back with an all new title. This time you play as the notorious pigs and must guide them to the eggs. You have to create the ultimate flying machine and then control it to safely reach your destination. There are 60 challenging levels to be played, four sandbox levels for you to customize, 33 unique objects, and more.

iPad:

MechWarrior: Tactical Command by Personae Studios ($9.99, 860.4 MB): MechWarrior promises to be a true real-time strategy game designed for the iPad. The game offers 21 missions set across three planets. You must use whatever resources are available in order to take down your opponent and complete your objective. The game offers great touch controls and you can watch mechs cripple other robots as they destroy their limbs and body parts.

That’s it for today. Did we miss anything?