Are you still waiting for a really great Pokemon-style game to make its way to the iPhone? If so, check out Little Masters, which has just been submitted to Apple's infamous approval process.
As you can see from the screenshots in our gallery, Little Masters looks strikingly similar to Game Freak's series of immensely popular Pokemon-filled titles, which have graced the Game Boy and plenty of other Nintendo-branded handheld consoles over the years.
According to a post by the game's developer on the Touch Arcade Forums, Little Masters, which is a free-to-play title, has been created with the help of Riida - the developer responsible for iPhone title Pocket Summoner.
It features a "large number of monsters to capture and train", hordes of skills and abilities to acquire, and real-time battles with friends and strangers over both wi-fi and 3G networks.
Apparently, the more you battle, the more premium currency you earn, so you won't have to continually put your hand in your pocket. That's always nice.
Little Masters will probably hit the App Store in the next couple of weeks. Providing it makes it past Apple's defences, that it.