Weekly App Store Roundup: April 12th


ZeptoLab gearing up to release their latest Cut The Rope sequel: Time Travel

ZeptoLab have announced the latest sequel to the popular game, Cut The Rope, Time Travel. The new game features the main character, Om Nom, being sucked into a time machine, chasing his beloved candy. The game is expected to be otherwise the same as previous iterations, where you have to solve various physics-based puzzles. No release date has been launched as yet, but ZeptoLab have announced that the title will launch on both iOS and Android at the same time.

App Updates

Real Racing 3 updated with new cars, features and race modes

After a preview on Facebook last week, Firemonkeys has released their first update for Real Racing 3. The update includes Cloud Save functionality, the Chevrolet Cobalt SS and Camaro ZL1, a new gameplay mode called “Hunter Mode”, and over 100 new events. You can access the update in the “Updates” tab of your iOS device’s App Store, or download the game here.

Rayman Origins updated with 20 new levels

Rayman Origins, an App Store Best of 2012 title, has received a massive update today. Included in this new update are 20 extra levels. These new levels introduce some new game mechanics that are sure to keep players busy for a little while longer. Rayman Origins is available in the App Store for $2.99 (iOS Universal)



TodoMovies, an excellent film discovery application, has been updated to version 2.0, bringing in a host of new features. The entire application has received a visual overhaul, with enhanced movie discovery, movie ratings, iCloud integration and many more new features. TodoMovies is available for $1.99 (US) for iPhone.


Fruit Ninja

Fruit Ninja, an incredibly popular App Store title from Australian developer Halfbrick, is now the App Store’s free app of the week. Both the iPad optimised HD version and the regular iPhone version are completely free for this week only, so if you’ve never tried this excellent game, now is the time.

Nathan’s Pick


My app for this week is GIF Finder, an app that easily finds GIFs based on key words. It beats searching for GIFs on the internet, and best of all, the URLs can be copied to the clipboard for easy sharing. GIF Finder is free on the App Store (iOS Universal), and is really worth a look for a good laugh.

Frank’s Pick

My pick of the week is Epoch, a game based on the same engine as Infinity Blade. In the game, you’re a robot living in a post-apocalyptic environment and you must fight your adversaries in order to find out how the old world ended. It is quite a fun game to play, and it’s free to download for a limited time thanks to FreeAppADay. As always, you can find it in the App Store

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