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.

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iPhone:

Breach (iPhone Version) by BMB Games ($0.99, 15.1 MB): Pong and Breakout have come together with the result being this extra challenging brick-breaking game. In addition to adopting the dominant feature of each title, two paddles and various destructible block formations, the offspring of these two classics has a third and unique attribute: dual layers. Each of the two tiers has its own set of blocks and paddle associated to a specific color. Unfortunately, only one layer can be active at a time. Therefore, it will be necessary to switch from one to another either manually or by allowing an automatic change based on paddle contact. The game features 2-D graphics, atmospheric soundtrack, aforementioned two control schemes, Clear and Timed play modes, as well was local high scoreboards.

Universal:

Super Bunny Land by Hei Games ($0.99, 29.0 MB): Plenty of games have strong influences from classics, and this Super Mario Bros. inspired side-scrolling endless runner does a good job reinventing the hit platformer. On the surface, there’s a clear view of the theme change, which replaces the plumbers with an athletic bunny and adorable rabbit ears wearing race commencer, pipe warps with tree stumps, and reptiles with furry enemies. However, after diving in, a feeling of deja vu will likely engulf you as much of the experience lives on. For example, you’ll still be bashing the character’s head into coin and mystery blocks, collecting floating coins, bouncing off of enemy critters, avoiding the deadly drop into chasms, and even devouring mushrooms to grow double in size. What may feel awkward at first is the fact that the bunny always moves forward, forcing a much more tense and challenging adventure. The game features dual-thumb controls, iconic Super Mario sounds and retro-style music, 16-bit graphics, 75 rewarding missions, power-ups, add-on levels and game modes, as well as Scoreloop leaderboards.

2020: My Country by Game Insight, LLC (Free, 40.8 MB): This sequel to the company’s well received original in-depth city simulator brings the experience into the modern age. Unlike the old-fashioned city construction and sim games, My Country takes you within the building walls for the complete responsibility of hiring, managing maintenance and emergencies, assisting with demands, plus much more. Now, it’s the city of the future where you can erect everything from post offices to improved “green” energy sources. The game features updated 3-D graphics, more than 100,000 ways to customize each building, advanced technology in structures and vehicles, as well as Facebook, Twitter, and Game Center integration.

iPad:

Breach by BMB Games ($0.99, 19.3 MB): Pong and Breakout have come together with the result being this extra challenging brick-breaking game. In addition to adopting the dominant feature of each title, two paddles and various destructible block formations, the offspring of these two classics has a third and unique attribute: dual layers. Each of the two tiers has its own set of blocks and paddle associated to a specific color. Unfortunately, only one layer can be active at a time. Therefore, it will be necessary to switch from one to another either manually or by allowing an automatic change based on paddle contact. The game features 2-D graphics, atmospheric soundtrack, aforementioned two control schemes, Clear and Timed play modes, as well was local high scoreboards.