Demonstrating that it’s no flash in the pan, Andreas Illiger’s Tiny Wings has preserved its phenomenal momentum over those valleys and peaks for the last seven nights.
The newest hero on the iPhone block clearly won’t relinquish its #1 spot on the UK App Store that easily, despite the high pressure from another aeronautical Challenger.
F-SIM Space Shuttle skyrocketed onto handsets at the beginning of 2010, inviting would-be astronauts to take command of the Orbiter during the decisive minutes of descent.
Potential Buzz Aldrins can now purchase the ultra-realistic flight simulator for the (Moon) rock bottom price of 59p, a promotional push on the part of the publisher to celebrate Discovery’s final flight.
Wind, turbulence, visibility, and system failures - for pilot sadists only - are configurable on entry, while Game Center achievements and leaderboards sharpen your competitive instincts post-landing.
Two slice-‘em-up titles at opposite ends of the gaming spectrum have swiped their way up the paid-app list this morning.
The higher placed of the pair, ChAIR’s epic sword-fighting extravaganza Infinity Blade, profits from a temporary RRP reduction and a new content pack boasting ten fresh enemies and 30 additional collectibles.
Qi’s third most revered game of 2010 was pursued up the charts (almost) every step of the way by Duello Games’s iSlash, a ninja-themed puzzler with over 3 million senseis already on its books.
Elsewhere on Apple’s elite rundown, EA’s twisting toy tie-in Bop It! returns for a second bite at top position, with 66 percent of its cost shaved off a month after debuting.
Can Tiny Wings defy the colourful button masher for a few more days, or will Bluebear’s image ‘enhancer’ continue enticing thousands of customers to go ginge for a giggle?
Tune in next Friday to find out.
The official Top 10 UK Paid Apps chart (4 March 2011) is looking as follows: