111116_mafiawars.jpgEvery week, Gamasutra rounds up the top-grossing iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad applications, as current that day in the iTunes App Store. This week's U.S. revenue charts see Flick Home Run and Mafia Wars: Shakedown earning top iPhone sales, while DragonVale and Gangstar Rio remain big sellers on the iPad.

These charts allow end users to see who is making the most money on the App Store that day. It differs significantly from the Top 10 Games chart, which is ranked by sales, and therefore is dominated by lower-priced titles that sell more copies.

Data comes courtesy of Apple's public sales information. All titles in the App Store's "Games" category are considered in chart rankings.

This week's top-grossing iPhone titles are:

1. Poker by Zynga (Free)
2. Flick Home Run ($0.99)
3. DragonVale (Free)
4. Texas Poker (Free)
5. Card Ace: Casino (Free)
6. Scribblenauts Remix ($0.99)
7. Angry Birds ($0.99)
8. Crime City (Free)
9. Bejeweled 2 + Blitz ($0.99)
10. Mafia Wars: Shakedown (Free)

Last week's highest-grossing app Flick Home Run drops to second place in today's results, as Poker by Zynga reclaims the top chart spot.

Backflip Studios' DragonVale and Kamagames' Texas Poker continue to report strong microtransaction sales, while Zynga's recently released Mafia Wars spinoff Mafia Wars: Shakedown makes its chart debut at tenth place.

Here are this week's top-grossing iPad applications:

1. DragonVale (Free)
2. Smurfs' Village (Free)
3. Poker by Zynga (Free)
4. Card Ace: Casino HD (Free)
5. Angry Birds HD ($4.99)
6. Tiny Village (Free)
7. Tap Pet Hotel (Free)
8. Gangstar Rio: City of Saints ($6.99)
9. Tap Zoo (Free)
10. My Country (Free)

DragonVale and Capcom's Smurfs' Village remain the iPad's biggest-grossing game apps for the second week in a row, while Poker by Zynga climbs up to third place after taking ninth last week.

TinyCo's recently updated sim title Tiny Village ranks in at sixth place in today's results, as Gameloft's Grand Theft Auto-like Gangstar Rio earns eighth place in its premiere week.