Welcome to this week's second 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.
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Plunderland sees you take on the role of Captain Peg Leg's ghost, join a merry band of pirates, and attempt to reclaim your treasure from the unscrupulous sea tyrants that have nicked it.
Along the way, you'll have to overcome a series of fiendish puzzles, interact with various tribes and settlers, and do your very best to defeat huge bosses.
At review, we gave Plunderland a shiny Pocket Gamer Silver Award and called it a "high seas adventure with charm and originality".
Top Gear: Where's Stig (iPhone and iPad)
Remember Where's Waldo? Y'know, the game where you had to carefully scan crowds of people for a guy in a striped jumper. Top Gear: Where's Stig isn't dissimilar.
Basically, it's your job to travel the world and successfully find The Stig and the rest of the Top Gear team, who are hidden throughout 11 different puzzles.
The application comes packing support for Apple's Game Center, so you can compete with other players on a series of leaderboards.
Your aim in sequel Fix-it-up: World Tour is to help a young woman named Kate expand her already-profitable car repair empire around the world.
You can build car repair shops in the likes of Africa and Canada; buy, repair, paint, and sell over 20 different vehicles across 54 levels to make stacks of cash; and nab achievements for your efforts.
You're also in charge of hiring and firing your staff. There's plenty to do, in other words.