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Top iPhone Game Apps: Cover Orange Leads Free Charts

Gamasutra rounds up the week's most popular paid and free iPhone and iPod Touch games on the App Store, from Angry Birds and Cover Orange to Crime City and more.

Danny Cowan, Blogger

August 15, 2011

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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 August 15th 2011, are as follows: 1. Angry Birds ($0.99) 2. Fruit Ninja ($0.99) 3. Cut the Rope: Experiments ($0.99) 4. Angry Birds Rio ($0.99) 5. Zombie Gunship ($0.99) 6. Tiny Wings ($0.99) 7. Cut the Rope ($0.99) 8. Angry Birds Seasons ($0.99) 9. Cover Orange ($0.99) 10. Flick Soccer! ($0.99) Rovio's Angry Birds climbs to the top of the iPhone's charts, overtaking last week's top seller Cut the Rope: Experiments. Halfbrick's Fruit Ninja also enjoys a surge in popularity this week following the recent console release of Fruit Ninja Kinect. Angry Birds Rio and Zombie Gunship remain popular downloads at fourth and fifth place, as newcomers Cover Orange and Flick Soccer! edge into chart range at ninth and tenth. Here are this week's top free iPhone games: 1. Too Addictive! 2. Crime City 3. Glass Tower 2 4. Extreme Fishing Free 5. Pet Petters 6. Cupcake+ 7. Escape 3D: The Bathroom 1 8. iBlast Moki 9. Angry Birds Free 10. Fashion Story A trial version of FDG's Cover Orange (retitled Too Addictive!) heads the free app charts, followed by Funzio's free-to-play sim title Crime City and iDevUA's recently released Glass Tower 2. PNJ's Extreme Fishing Free claims fourth place in today's results, while Godzilab's iBlast Moki returns to the charts as anticipation builds for the upcoming iBlast Moki 2.

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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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