Emerging free iOS apps: Deer Hunter Reloaded, Kingdom Age

Glu Mobile leads both the free iPhone and iPad charts this week with its game Deer Hunter Reloaded, the latest entry in the long-running Deer Hunter series of games. The free-to-play game bills itself as the most realistic and authentic hunting sim on iOS. The latest version of the game adds an X-Ray vision mode, customizable avatars and leaderboards. The game monetizes through in-app purchases of premium currency.

Funzio also has a strong debut with its new to-iOS game Kingdom Age. Originally a Google+ exclusive, Funzio has brought the title to Facebook and iOS. Kingdom Age was released on April 18 and is  this week’s No. 2 free iPad app. The No. 2 iPhone app is Viddy. The video sharing application has seen an enormous rise in popularity in the last 30 days.

This week’s top free iPhone apps

1.Deer Hunter Reloaded1=
3.Sack Dude3▼1
5.Slide ►5=
6.Dot Line6▲5
7.Draw Something Free7▼1
8.Burn The City8=
9.AppFusion – 6 in 1!9▲7
10.Flick Home Run ! New Free10=
11.Kingdom Age11▼4
12.Design This Home12=
13.XTorch ☀13▲1
14.Kick the Boss14▼1
15.Socialcam Video Camera15▼6
16.National Parks by National Geographic16▼1
17.Bike Race Free – by Top Free Games17▲2
18.Pic Stitch18▲8
19.“Free Music Download” – Downloader and Player_19▲4
20.Temple Run20=
21.Garfield’s Diner21▲1
23.Amazing Coloring Studio23▲1
24.Real Fishing 3D Free24▲1

This week’s top free iPad apps

1.Deer Hunter Reloaded1=
2.Kingdom Age2=
3.Curious George at the Zoo for iPad3▲2
4.Draw Something Free4▲2
5.Pocket (Formerly Read It Later)5▼1
6.Skype for iPad6▲1
7.Virtual Table Tennis 2: Ping Pong Online HD___7▲1
8.The Weather Channel® for iPad8▲1
9.My Sketch9▲14
11.Kindle – Read Books, Magazines & More 11▲2
12.The Lorax HD12▼2
13.Temple Run13▲1
14. iBooks14▼2
16.Words With Friends HD Free16=
17.Adobe Reader17=
18.Feed That Dragon HD18▼3
19.Fatify HD19▲13
20.Calculator Pro for iPad Free20=
21.Sticky Notes for iPad21▲1
22.Angry Birds HD Free22▼4
23.HBO GO23▲33
24.Real Fishing 3D Free24▼3
25.Sushi Monster25▼1

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service, AppData.