Google's 25-billion-download celebration sale ends today, so it's your last chance to get Horn and The Dark Knight Rises for 25p each. Go quickly. We'll wait.
Done? Okay, elsewhere in the world of mobile we've got a new platformer called Wimp, a tower defence game from Mistwalker, and an upcoming courtroom battle game from 1337 Game Design.
And then there are these stories - the best of the rest of the news, as we like to say.
Escape the room adventure Forever Lost: Episode 1 has hit the App Store. We called it "fiendishly clever and imaginative, and pitched at just the right difficulty" in a preview, which was jolly nice of us. 69p / 99c on iPhone and iPad.
Kairosoft's Pocket Clothier is now available on iOS - but only in Japan at the moment. This sim, where you manage a luxury clothing boutique, is a Universal app and will cost Japanese players ¥450 (about £3.50). Expect to see it on international App Stores soonish.
Fin Friends is apparently what you get when two Crytek (Crysis, Warface) artists leave their dreary office jobs to develop their own games. This one-touch endless runner has a cute bug-eyed fish hunting down the blowfish gang in order to get his friends back. Looks lovely - 69p / 99c on iOS.
GREE has got a new freemium city builder out. Dino Life allows you to build a factually inaccurate "world where cavemen and dinosaurs live happily together". You'll make a stone age village, run quests, and then breed dinosaurs for fun and profit. Free, on iOS.
Addictive endless-runner Ski Safari has received a hefty great update. Version 1.2 adds a new slope (Eagle Bluffs), more costumes for Sven, extra challenges, and upgrades. It's also got iCloud backup and, most importantly of all, scarves. Get it here.
On the horizon
Konami has let us know that Vita horror game Silent Hill: Book of Memories will be released in Europe on November 2nd. A bit late for Halloween scares, sadly. There's a free demo on the Store right now, if you're desperate for a spook.
Meet the Veggienauts: the next team for turn-based strategy game Outwitters. "We call their special unit Bramble. When rooted down, he grows his own destructible thorn barriers," One Man Left's Adam Stewart says. The new team and maps will hit the iOS game in October.
Good news for all the BlackBerry Playbook owners out there. You can download Gears of War-style shooter Shadowgun for nothing off the BlackBerry App World. It's a third-person shooter where you hunker down behind cover during firefights.