Namco this week released the match-three game Tinseltown Dreams: The 50s (US$2.99) to the App Store. Players assume the role of a movie director and swap tiles on the game board to earn a budget, hire a cast and crew, and purchase props. They can choose from seven different film genres; 35 levels are included.
On Friday, Rake in Grass released Crystal Cave Lost Treasures ($0.99) at the App Store. It features 100 levels full of logic riddles. Players can also use the included editor to create their own levels.