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Free iPhone and iPad games: Escape The Ape, Wolfenstein 3D Classic Platinum
By Anthony Usher 10 May 2012
Game Name: Free iPhone Games | Format: iPhone, iPad
Welcome to another instalment of Pocket Gamer's free game round-up - a feature that highlights the top App Store titles that have been made free in the past 24 hours.

As we've stated many times before, prices in the App Store change frequently. Grab these freebies before you miss out on a top bargain.

Remember to let us and your fellow readers know about any other great free apps in our comments section below.

Additionally, you can find out about all the latest App Store updates, price drops, and more by using the cleverly hidden hyperlink in this paragraph.

And if you're craving even more quality freebies, be sure to check out the Free App Alliance iPhone app for daily recommendations of the best free apps the App Store has to offer.

Escape The Ape
By Com2uS - download for iPhone and iPad



In Escape The Ape, you help a small monkey called JoJo nab a rare treasure and escape from the huge gorilla that pursues him through the jungle. To do so, you draw trampolines on your device's screen and propel the little blighter further and further into the air.

Unfortunately, the air is littered with rotten bananas and other noxious articles, which should be avoided at all costs. Colliding with a hazard and plummeting towards earth results in instant death, after all.

You should, however, collect gems, which allow you to upgrade your items and improve your chances of success.

Wolfenstein 3D Classic Platinum
by id Software - download for iPhone and iPad



Yes, you can now play id Software's iconic first-person shooter on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad completely free of charge. This application features all six of the game's original episodes, meaning there are 60 levels to blast your way through.

Your aim is to search each level for hidden Nazi treasure, grab menacing weapons (like the deadly chain gun), and eradicate waves of weapon-toting opponents, including Hitler himself.

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