[Every week, GameSetWatch sums up sister iPhone and iPad site FingerGaming's top news and reviews for Apple's nascent portable game platforms, as written by editor in chief Danny Cowan and authors Tucker Dean, Jason Johnson, and Ryan Hibbeler.]

This week, FingerGaming covers Double Dragon, Kami Retro, and Painkiller Purgatory, among other notable titles.

Also within are the lists for top-grossing, most-downloaded free and paid Apps from Apple's store, along with a review for Karoshi.

Here are the top stories from the last week:

- Top-Grossing Game Apps: Updated Infinity Blade Returns to Top Ten
"Chair's Infinity Blade ranks among this week's top-grossing iPhone games, following a recent update adding new content and features. Andreas Illiger's Tiny Wings remains the platform's top overall seller, followed closely by Rovio's Angry Birds."

- Classic Beat-'Em-Up Double Dragon Now Available in App Store
"A new combo-heavy combat system replaces the simple punch-and-kick action of the original game, and new enemies and levels are featured alongside remade content from the arcade version."

- iOS 4.3 Launches with Apple TV Output Feature
"Apple has released an upgrade for its iOS firmware, adding a number of new features, including Apple TV video and audio output for supported devices and applications."

- Review: Karoshi
"Anyone who says suicide is the easy way out hasn't played Karoshi, an askew puzzle-platformer that makes players kill their avatar. So, rather than trying to avoid falling into a pit of spikes, the object is to jump in."

- Gamevil, Paw Print Games Debut iOS Puzzle-Platformer Kami Retro
"Kami Retro's gameplay mechanics are similar to Kirby: Canvas Curse on the Nintendo DS; a swipe upward will make nearby Kamis jump, while dragging to the left or right will make Kamis change direction."

- Top iPad Game Apps: Discounted Flight Control, Minigore See Big Sales
"Firemint's air traffic control sim Flight Control HD takes the top spot in the iPad sales charts following a day-long drop in price to 99 cents, and Chillingo's twin-stick shooter Minigore HD finds similar success at fifth place."

- Chillingo Launches iOS First-Person Shooter Painkiller Purgatory
"As Polish developer People Can Fly enjoys newfound success on consoles with the recent release of Bulletstorm, the iPhone and iPod Touch now host a new entry in the company's Painkiller franchise."

- Paper Toss: World Tour Now Free, Backflip Announces Paper Toss: Social
"App Store developer Backflip Studios announced its future plans for the popular Paper Toss franchise, revealing a social-focused update and the free release of Paper Toss: World Tour."

- Top iPhone Game Apps: Tiny Wings Soars in Third Week
"Andreas Illiger's Tiny Wings continues to lead iPhone game sales in its third week of release, outperforming longtime chart favorites Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, and Cut the Rope."

- Cow Trouble: An Inventive Physics Puzzler from CosMind and Blue
"Cow Trouble offers a terrifying glimpse into a future in which the world's cows have attempted to jump over the moon. They weren't quite successful, however, and our bovine population is now stuck in the clouds."