Not a whole lot new to see here. Angry Birds continues its dominance, while some classics like Plants Vs. Zombies and Cut the Ropes continue to linger.
Not a lot changed this week on the charts, though another game from the people behind CityVille and Farmville hit. This one's about poker.
Angry Birds is still the hottest game on the iPhone and iPad, at least when you look at our weekly ranking of top-grossing games on the platforms. What can knock off these birds?
There was a time when Doodle Jump was the Angry Birds of the iPhone, but then the game disappeared... until this week when it bounced back to the top ten. Surprise!
Epic's amazing Infinity Blade dominates the iPhone and iPad charts this week. Rightfully so.
EA's big holiday sale brings Scrabble, Monopoly, and Madden back into the iPhone fold, knocking off promising newcomers like last week's Rage and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.
Plenty of hot new titles swamped the charts this week including id's Rage for the iPhone and iPad, LEGO Harry Potter and Need For Speed Hot Pursuit.
Smurfs are smurfing their way up the Smurfing iPhone and iPad charts.
As we approach the often expensive holidays it seems that the free-to-play games are making a resurgence on the iPhone.
Zombies and Halloween-themed Angry Birds roosted in the top spots last week.
Angry Birds didn't just regain the number one spot on the iPhone and iPad, it's also got a second top ten spot on both platforms. Halloween magic!
Chillingo needs to spend all of the hard earned cash they're raking in from Cut the Rope and Angry Birds to help figure out how to combine the two.
Well, well, well Angry Birds, how's the number four spot treating you?
Last week I made the mistake of gifting Angry Birds to my wife's iPhone. She hasn't stopped playing since.
The iPad really saw a takeover of free-to-play, but pay-to-win games this week. Famrville, We City, City Story, Farm Story. iPad owners are crazy about em'.
The Sims finally push those Angry Birds from their perch.
Spider-Man may be cool, but he's no angry birds.
Angry Birds is flocking on the top spot for both the iPhone and iPad. I was just replying it on my iPhone this weekend, great phone with those smarmy, smiling pigs.
The iPhone version of The Oregon Trail brings its own beloved brand of interactive illness to this week's chart. Plus: more top-ranked iPhone and iPad zombie games than ever before.
Madden reigns supreme on this weeks iTunes Chart Topper. Being a digitally distributed port, bargain bin deals the day Madden 12 is inevitably unveiled is out of the question.