With iTunes Connect going into sleep mode shortly, this is the last big new release week of 2014. So what do the iOS gaming gods have in store for you today? Daffy Duck, Om Nom, and The Stig.

You’re welcome.

Did we miss any great releases that you were looking forward to this week? Let your fellow readers know in the comments.

My Om Nom

screen1136x1136[1]Virtual pets are all well and good, but wouldn’t you rather raise a character you’ve already fallen in love with? That’s what developer ZeptoLab is banking on with their new spin-off from Cut the Rope.

Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War

screen1136x1136[1]Gameloft brings back their popular World War 2 series this week, introducing a squad-based twist as players explore the European Front in the aftermath of D-Day.

Mini Motor Racing WRT

screen1136x1136[1]Little cars can go mighty fast! The original Mini Motor Racing was arcade fun at its finest. Let’s hope the same can be said for the sequel.

Looney Tunes Dash!

screen1136x1136[1]Zynga and Warner Bros have teamed up to bring mobile gamers an behind-the-back autorunner starring Bugs Bunny and Friends. Will it embrace all the humor and wackiness that people love from the franchise?

bit Dungeon II

screen1136x1136[1]The original bit Dungeon was something of a sleeper hit with mobile gamers, so if you missed it, we’ll forgive you. If you’re looking for top-down, action-RPG roguelike goodness, this sequel should be well worth a look.

SimCity BuildIt

simcitybuildit3While we weren’t completely sold on SimCity BuildIt in our review, you might be. Yes, there’s a lot of waiting involved, but if you can live with that, maybe you’ll enjoy everything else the game has to offer. And at the low low price of free, what do you have to lose?

IRON FINGER – Mini Games Championship

screen1136x1136[1]WarioWare-style mini-games on the iPhone? Sure looks like!

Ultimate Robot Fighting

screen1136x1136[1]The creators of Real Steel World Robot Boxing are going back to the world of battling bots, albeit without the movie license involved. 3v3 robot fighting on the iPhone? I can think of worse ways to spend the weekend.

Pinball Planet Pro

screen1136x1136[1]Mixing light RPG elements and basic pinball mechanics, Pinball Planet Pro is aiming to be “a pinball game for the new generation of gamers, who may not be familiar with the concept.”

Top Gear: Extreme Parking

screen1136x1136[1]Not being a car guy, I *may not* totally get the Top Gear phenomenon. So when I see a game that mixes things like “master the world famous Top Gear test track” and “precision parking” in the same iTunes description… well, I suppose my curiosity is piqued.

Where’s My Geek?

screen1136x1136[1]While it’s failed to capture the sort of mass appeal that brands like Angry Birds or Cut the Rope have, the Time Geeks series of mobile games have provided plenty of fun over the years. The latest claims to be “the definitive game based on Time Geeks,” offering more than 200 levels of hidden object / pop culture goodness.


Monster Cake

screen1136x1136[1]Grandma has a special recipe for a cake, and to get the ingredients, she needs to go all Mad Max on some monsters. Get behind the wheel and give her a hand.