It's Thursday and that means an influx of new games on the App Store. Too many to write an article each on. So, instead, here's a roundup of the best of the rest out of this week's new releases.

Jump! Chump! Revenge
By Ben Grant - Free Jump! Chump! Revenge

This game features both jumping and chumping. A rare pairing. The game's all about fending off waves up baddies on both the top and bottom of the screen, which means you'll have to split your time (and your brain) between two challenges.

Rinka
By TSUKISHIMA FACTORY Inc. - Free Rinka

If you're not sick of that Badland vibe yet, maybe give Rinka a look. It's all about navigating a wisp through a dark environment. Getting points leads to different background colours, so the world changes as you progress through the game.

Domino Drop
By Vitalii Zlotskii - £1.49 / $1.99 Domino Drop

Tetris meets dominos in this charming action puzzler. "Your mind will be challenged, your soul will be calmed" says the iTunes description. I can dig that.

You Against Me
By Easy 8 Software - £0.79 / $0.99 You Against Me

A turn-based card game about claiming tiles on a numerical board. It's got pass and play multiplayer, and online play via Game Center. If you're into Capitals or Kindo, it might be one for you to check out.

Tyga – Kingin' World Tour
By Games2win India - Free Tyga – Kingin' World Tour

That's not how you spell tiger! Oh wait, it's a rapper. Rappers don't have to spell. This rapper chap has got himself an endless runner with real cash prizes. What's the catch? You have to play another flippin' endless runner.

Angel Stone
By Fincon Co., Ltd. - Free
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Call me massively racist, but I'm always a bit suspicious of RPGs from Asia (Japan gets a free pass, of course). They always look lovely and are packed with stuff to do, but the free to play aspects are laid on thick.

We'll withhold judgement on Angel Stone, though, and hopefully find time for a review.

D/Generation
By West Coast Software Limited - Free D/Generation

This was apparently a well-loved game on the PC, Amiga, and Atari ST. I've never heard of it - have you?