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Temple Run overtaken by Egg Punch in iPhone free chart

Gamasutra rounds up the week's most popular paid and free iPhone and iPod Touch games on the App Store, from Ragdoll Blaster 3 and Where's My Water? to Ski On Neon and more.

Danny Cowan, Blogger

February 13, 2012

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[In this weekly feature, Gamasutra rounds up the week's most popular paid and free iPhone and iPod Touch games, as current on the iTunes App Store.] This week's top paid iPhone game titles on the App Store, as captured on February 13th 2012, are as follows: 1. Where's My Water? ($0.99) 2. Ragdoll Blaster 3 ($0.99) 3. Scramble With Friends ($0.99) 4. Tank Hero 5. Fruit Ninja ($0.99) 6. Angry Birds ($0.99) 7. Cut the Rope ($0.99) 8. Tetris ($0.99) 9. Ice Rage ($0.99) 10. Angry Birds Seasons ($0.99) Backflip Studios' Ragdoll Blaster 3 earns second place in the iPhone charts in its premiere week, outselling Scramble With Friends and approaching last week's sales leader Where's My Water? Clapfoot's Tank Hero drops to fourth place after finishing second last week, while EA's Tetris returns to the top ten ahead of the recent favorite Ice Rage at eighth place. Here are this week's top free iPhone games: 1. Egg Punch 2. Fish Tales 3. Temple Run 4. Ski On Neon 5. Save the Pencil 6. RunStickRun! 7. Scramble With Friends Free 8. Parking Mania Free 9. Where's My Water? Free 10. iMob 2 Pixel Juice's egg-rolling title Egg Punch and Everywhere Inc's Fish Tales take top honors in the iPhone's free charts, pushing past longtime favorite Temple Run and last week's chart leader Ski On Neon. Perfect Dimension's Save the Pencil also emerges as a popular pick this week, as an ad-supported version of Scramble With Friends drops to seventh in today's results.

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Danny Cowan


Danny Cowan is a freelance writer, editor, and columnist for Gamasutra and its subsites. Previously, he has written reviews and feature articles for gaming publications including 1UP.com, GamePro, and Hardcore Gamer Magazine.

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