In this week's tragically undersupported app roundup: Unicorns, summoned! Bing, Bunged! Human beings, shot to death! Fancy cars, fancily raced! Food quanities, measured relatively! Everything, copied and pasted! Keyboards, questionably revolutionized! And more...

The Apps

Honorable Mentions

Raytheon: This is a company that's actively developing iPhone apps for military field use; that they're making a Flight Control-esque iPhone game for us civvies is compelling, for sure. Alas, this app does not exist yet.

The Santa Game: Because it's Christmas, y'all! Almost! And also because navigating a disembodied Santa head out of these mazes is pretty fun.


Avatar: It's a massive third-person adventure game that is absolutely worth a look if James Cameron's new HYPERFILM piques your interest. But really, your $10 should be going toward an IMAX ticket this weekend—save this one for after the initial joy and or/headache has dissipated.

Lou Zoom: Lou Reed—yes, that Lou Reed—made an iPhone app for people with vision problems who have trouble seeing their contact list, or for people who really enjoy massive typography.

This Week's iPhone News On Giz

Surprisingly, iPhone Takes Over the Weird Japanese Smartphone Market

Inappropriate App Store Icons, Right Here

Simpson Arcade iPhone Preview: Steeped in Authenticity

FSJ's Anti-AT&T Manifesto Makes Me Raise My Fist in Solidarity

AT&T Has Spent Less on Network Construction Every Quarter Since the iPhone's Launch

Swedes Camping Outside Apple HQ Asking Steve Jobs to Approve Their App

The iPhone as a Friend and Foe Tracking War Machine

Control Your Mac With an iPhone, the Patent

AT&T Dismisses Operation Chokehold as an "Irresponsible and Pointless Scheme"

The StickyStrap Is the Weirdest iPhone Holder/Case/Stand I've Ever Seen

Microsoft: Maybe We Should've Paid More Attention to That iPhone Thingamabob

This list is in no way definitive. If you've spotted a great app that hit the store this week, give us a heads up or, better yet, your firsthand impressions in the comments. And for even more apps: see our previous weekly roundups here, and check out our Favorite iPhone Apps Directory. Have a great weekend, everybody!