[Every week, Gamasutra sums up sister iPhone site FingerGaming's top news and reviews for Apple's nascent -- and increasingly exciting -- portable games platform, as written by editor in chief Danny Cowan and authors Louise Yang and Jonathan Glover.]

This week, FingerGaming reviews The Curse of Skabooki, and highlights recent releases like Duke Nukem 3D, Civilization Revolution, and Wolfenstein RPG.

Here are the top stories from the last seven days:

- Classic FPS Duke Nukem 3D Comes to iPhone
"The fabled Duke Nukem Forever may have breathed its last, but fans of the Duke Nukem franchise can get their fix with the App Store release of Duke Nukem 3D, a port of 3D Realms’ famed 1996 PC first-person shooter."

- Review: The Curse of Skabooki
"The object of each stage is to get a voodoo doll named Skabooki from his starting position to a goal pit at the bottom of the screen. But wait, there’s a catch: players can’t control Skabooki directly."

- Top Free Game App Downloads for the Week
"Digital Chocolate’s 20Q Mind Reader continues its run as the App Store’s most popular free application this week, as newcomer Slingshot Cowboy closes in at second place."

- 2K Games Makes App Store Debut with Civilization Revolution
"Major console games publisher 2K Games has joined the world of iPhone development with the release of Civilization Revolution, a port of the company’s recent console adaptation of Sid Meier’s Civilization franchise."

- Electronic Arts Releases The Game of Life
"As the latest act in its partnership with board game manufacturer Hasbro, Electronic Arts has released an iPhone port of the life sim The Game of Life."

- IUGO’s A.D.D. Trapped in Limbo as Apple Delays Approval
"Both free and paid versions of A.D.D. were meant to launch at the same time, but for unspecified reasons, Apple approved the Lite edition and held back the paid version."

- Wolfenstein RPG Debuts in App Store
"Developed by id Software for J2ME cell phones, Wolfenstein RPG comes to the iPhone with nine levels, 32 enemies, and 16 weapons. Also included are two minigames: 'Kick the Chicken' and 'War.'"

- EXAKT Entertainment Ports Abuse Classic to iPhone
"The DOS game Abuse is fondly remembered among longtime PC gamers for its then-unique take on the side-scrolling run-and-gun genre. Using a mouse-and-keyboard setup, players could move their character and aim their selected weapon at the same time."

- Top-Selling Paid Game Apps for the Week
"Cartoon Wars climbs to the top of today’s App Store paid app chart, pushing past the popular Ragdoll Blaster. Civilization Revolution debuts at third place, while Gameloft’s The Oregon Trail jumps up to fourth place."