[Every week, we sum 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 Tucker Dean, Jason Johnson, Ryan Hibbeler, and Mike Rose.]

This week, FingerGaming covers a multitude of new releases on the ever-busy App Store, kicking off with EA's FIFA World Cup and the zombie shooter sequel Alive 4-Ever Returns.

Also within are the lists for top-grossing, most-downloaded free and paid Apps from Apple's store, as well as reviews for Chaos Rings, Blokus, and Last Gladiators.

Here are the top stories from the last seven days:

- Review: Chaos Rings
"Chaos Rings delivers the classic gameplay of your favorite JRPGs in pocket form, featuring a complex story, some interesting characters, and many hours of gameplay spread over multiple playthroughs."

- Top-Grossing Game Apps: Sonic 2 Takes On Angry Birds
"Clickgamer's Angry Birds climbs to third place following the recent release of a free content-expanding update, while Linkin Park 8-Bit Rebellion! achieves sixth place in its first week of release."

- EA Launches 2010 FIFA World Cup
"Following up on last year's successful FIFA 10, Electronic Arts has released 2010 FIFA World Cup, a 3D soccer sim featuring 105 official league teams."

- Review: Blokus
"Although Blokus is a little more difficult to play than its fold-away counterpart, it's a wonderful conversion, adding a variety of special and classic game modes and challenges to beat, along with both online and local mutiplayer."

- Top iPad Game Apps: The Pinball HD, Battle for Wesnoth HD Lead Paid Charts
"Firemint's Real Racing HD drops to third place, while newcomers Space Station: Frontier HD, Bruce Lee Dragon Warrior HD, and Angry Birds HD make impressive chart debuts."

- Alive 4-Ever Returns: More Undead Action for the App Store
"Meridian Digital has released a sequel to its hit cooperative zombie shooter Alive 4-Ever that features a new game engine, along with a selection of new weapons and challenges."

- Telltale Games Announces Puzzle Agent
"Fresh off its debut App Store release Sam & Max Episode 1, adventure game developer Telltale Games announced Puzzle Agent, a Professor Layton-like puzzler for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad."

- Review: Digital Pinball: Last Gladiators Ver. 2010
"The design in Last Gladiators is forgettable. It's hard to understand what all those Saturn proponents on YouTube are praising. The game feels like it was made by people who knew what pinball was but didn't get what it was about."

- Top iPhone Game Apps: Angry Birds Leads Sales Charts
"Last week's chart winner ZombieSmash drops to sixth place in today's rankings, landing behind Freeverse's Skee-Ball and PopCap's Bejeweled 2."

- Google Acquires Flood-It! Developer LabPixies
"Analysts estimate that Google paid between $15 million and $25 million for the LabPixies acquisition. LabPixies formed in 2008 with an initial $1 million round of financing."

- Doodle Jump Surpasses 4 Million Downloads; Lima Sky Announces iPad Version
"Lima Sky notes that it will continue to update the iPhone and iPod Touch version of Doodle Jump with new content leading up to the release of the iPad edition."