The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday.

Universal:

Sunny Drops by Eligo Games (Free, 30.1 MB): After being swept away into a 3-D realm of mythical creatures, your assignment is to help the fairies, which are said to be allergic to ghosts. In a physics-based-style of gameplay, move glass spheres to redirect the light of magical plants to bloom magical flowers. Next, direct the light at the calmly resting fairies to awaken them, at which point they’ll utilize special powers on the magical flowers to create ghost traps. The game features 90 levels spanning six locations, Game Center integration, as well as cute dialogue and sound effects. An ad banner does appear during the level results screen.

Trivia Game by Gary Rosenzweig (Free, 12.2 MB): Have fun challenging the world by taking part in this general knowledge trivia game. The match consists of 10 multiple choice questions that must be answered as quickly as possible to achieve the highest score. To make things a little easier and more casual, incorrect answers are eliminated as the time nears expiration and there is a pause between every question. The game includes both local and Game Center high score tracking.

Ghostbusters by Beeline Interactive, Inc. (Free, 99.2 MB): Get ready to strap on your virtual proton pack and start capturing some ectoplasmic apparitions. Join Ray, Egon, Peter, and the rest of the gang as they recruit new Ghostbusters to help cleanup lady New York. The game features scenes from the movies, cartoon graphics, mild humor, text-based dialogue, as well as a mix of real-time strategy, role-playing, and management-style gameplay.

iPad:

Totem Dash by Birmingham City University (Free, 29.2 MB): This simplistic and dreary platformer does have its hidden charms. Beyond the wonderful hand-drawn graphics, a unique dual-thumb control system does well providing smooth maneuverability with a reasonable amount of difficulty. As for gameplay, you’ll be running and jumping through 24 levels to collect the 72 total totems.