[Every week, Gamasutra sums up sister iPhone site FingerGaming's top news and reviews for Apple's nascent portable games platform -- this time covering Dexter, geoDefense Swarm, and Hybrid: Eternal Whisper.]

This week, FingerGaming covers the remade arcade classic BurgerTime Deluxe, TV drama adaptation Dexter: The Game, and the action-RPG Hybrid: Eternal Whisper.

Here are the top stories from the last seven days:

- Serial Killer Sim Dexter: The Game Debuts in App Store
"The Showtime television drama Dexter has made its video game debut, premiering in the iTunes App Store. Dexter: The Game adapts the series to the iPhone with a mix of investigative gameplay and stealth-action sequences."

- Prope Brings Let's Tap: Tap Runner to iPhone
"In Prope's iPhone adaptation of the Nintendo Wii minigame Let's Tap: Tap Runner, players must place the iPhone on top of a cardboard box and tap the box softly and rapidly to run. Harder taps will make the player's character jump."

- Gamevil's Hybrid: Eternal Whisper Available in App Store
"After bringing the well-received action-RPG Zenonia to the iPhone earlier this year, developer Gamevil follows up on its previous success with Hybrid: Eternal Whisper, a fantasy-themed brawler with role-playing elements."

- Top Free Game App Downloads for the Week
"CandyCane's puzzler Fling! finishes at the top of this week's free app chart. The balance game TightWire Lite arrives at second place in today's rankings, while the ragdoll injury sim Max Injury Lite takes third."

- Tower Defense Sequel geoDefense Swarm Premieres in App Store
"geoDefense Swarm mixes up the formula a bit by adding a new layer of complexity. Players are now encouraged to construct their own mazes, in order to guide invading creatures to their trap-laden doom."

- Top-Selling Paid Game Apps for the Week
"EA's Madden NFL 10 is off to a fast sales start, finishing its debut week as the App Store's top seller in both revenue and volume. Battle Bears moves up to second place after placing fifth last week, as Mr. AahH!! takes third."

- Namco Networks Releases BurgerTime Deluxe
"Yet another classic Data East franchise has found new life on the iPhone and iPod Touch. Namco's BurgerTime Deluxe offers an upgraded version of the 1982 hamburger-stomping arcade game."