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.

iPhone:

Bee Story by Nevosoft (Free, 29.9 MB): In this whacky side-scroller, you play as a good-hearted bee who has decided to pursue a villainous one of his own kind that has kidnapped some unfortunate soul. To make things worse, other flying bugs have been coerced to defend the dastardly doer. Although, you can utilize power-ups and flowers for extra strength. The game includes four stages, more than 50 levels, and Game Center integration.

Universal:

The Great Race by Andrew Wayman (Free, 31.1 MB): Anyone in the family can enjoy this top-down endless running game. As one of the four adorable little characters, eagerly make your way around the track or down the trail. Boost your score by grabbing energy drinks and don’t get tripped up by the other runners and obstacles, such as hazard cones. The game also features three difficulty modes, optional background music, tilt control, and Game Center integration.

WordZAbout by Missing Marble (Free, 76.2 MB): By mixing in some strategy elements, this word scramble game gives a fresh feel to the casual puzzle genre. In each level, there is a honeycomb of hexagons with words on every side. Obviously, it’s up to you to unscramble them. Providing some assistance, each hexagon has a photo hinting at the theme for the six words, such as a season or animals. In addition, the adjacent words relate to one another. The game includes three large levels to solve, plus Game Center and Facebook integration for score sharing and achievements.

Focused 100 by Daniel Kowalik (Free, 16.3 MB): Give your brain a regular workout using this fast-paced puzzle and memory game. Presented with a grid filled with randomly ordered number blocks, your objective is to tap the number in the correct order. There are four three grid sizes and four levels of difficulty, the fourth is an in-app purchase. The first two are fairly easy since they identify which numbers you’ve already tapped. In the last two, you’re required to remember your progress, plus a frequent shuffling in level four. Game Center leaderboard submission is only available when playing at level four.

Rolly Bolly by Zed Zeek ($2.99, 17.0 MB): You’ll need to be extra careful in this variation of Labyrinth filled with far more danger. Beyond navigating the ball, which is now made of sensitive rubber material, around walls and game ending holes, you’ll need to cautiously, yet aggressively make your way past spinning propellers, spikes, and other very dangerous items in dozens of mazes. A trial version is also available.

iPad:

Bee Story HD by Nevosoft (Free, 48.3 MB): In this whacky side-scroller, you play as a good-hearted bee who has decided to pursue a villainous one of his own kind that has kidnapped some unfortunate soul. To make things worse, other flying bugs have been coerced to defend the dastardly doer. Although, you can utilize power-ups and flowers for extra strength. The game includes four stages, more than 50 levels, and Game Center integration.