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Sonic Jump gets updated, adds characters, doubles the big boss battles

Sonic Jump, where everyone's hyper-speed hedgehog switches from side scroller to vertical leaper, has been updated today to version 1.2 which includes more boss battles, two new characters, new gameplay mechanics, as well as some graphics and bug fixes.

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Hatch seeks to re-invent the digital pet for the iPhone age

Digital pets are nothing new. Tamagotchi were a craze in the 2-bit, low-res days. Yet, back then, they were hindered by technology that was insufficient to realize the vision of either their creators or their users. Flash forward to 2012 and Impending, in collaboration with RealMac, aim to make the genre what it was always meant to be -- with Hatch.

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Letterpress 1.2 brings shared replays, improved dictionary, and more

Letterpress, the popular word game that won runner-up in Apple's 2012 iPhone Game of the Year category, has been updated with the ability to share replays of your completed games to Twitter, Facebook, Mail, Messages, or simply copy the link to share wherever you want.

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The Respawnables - a free, fun, run and gun

The Respawnables was enjoying a limited release in Canada leading up to its global roll-out this weekend. I’ve been playing for the last week or two, and have really enjoyed the third-person-shooter's cartoony style, straightforward controls, and rich selection of unlockables.

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Halfbrick games free for today only!

The popular game development company Halfbrick has put their games on sale for one day only. Some of these titles includes Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, Age of Zombies, and more. For a full list, follow along after the break or hit the link below to head to Halfbrick's artist listing in the App Store.

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iMore Editors' Choice: Marvel Comics, Middle Manager of Justice, History Channel, and more

Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a few games, a classic notes apps, an app that lets you purchase vouchers for you and your friends, a popular comics apps, and a TV app.

To see what we picked, follow along after the break!

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You Don't Know Jack brings hilarious multiplayer trivia back to iOS

You Don't Know Jack is back, free, and plugs into Facebook. Every day, players can jump into a free round of five truly bizarre trivia questions.

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Bungie co-founder teases new made-for-mobile shooter

Bungie co-founder Alex Seropian has gone public with a new game called Morning Star with his new company Industrial Toys.

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The Drowning set to revamp first-person shooters on mobile

A refreshing new first-person shooter for iOS was announced recently called The Drowning. It's being built by some of the folks that worked on Halo, Battlefield, and Far Cry, so as you'd expect the graphics look absolutely spectacular so far, but that's not even the most interesting thing about the game.

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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City now available on the App Store

The wait is finally over, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City is now available to download from the App Store. The 10th anniversary edition of the game has been revamped for mobile devices and includes high resolution graphics, updated controls and a host of new features.

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