iPhone users designing their own theme parks with popular app

Over the seven days prior to July 18, iPhone users in Australia, Canada and the UK have been playing at designing and creating their own theme park with the popular application Happy Theme Park. The game, which was the most downloaded free iPhone application over the last week, allows users to create, customize and manage all aspects of  their own theme park from installing rides to hiring staff. Other popular free iPhone applications over the past week include Motocross racing game 2XL Supercross HD and Aqueduct 101 in Italy. The top free iPhone applications by country* for the week, by number of downloads, recorded on July 18 can be found below.

01. USA
Draw 'n' Go : Awesomeness (games)
Users of this app have to use their finger and logic to 'draw' on required lines or roads and complete challenges. The game includes over 60 levels spread across six game worlds - free updates are also available. 

02. UK
Happy Theme Park
Players of this game can design and create their own theme park. Players can manage all aspects of their theme park by building rides, opening restaurants and even hiring mascots and employees.

03. France
2XL Supercross HD
Players of this motorbike racing game can test their in-game skills on Supercross and freestyle tracks designed by Motocross champion Stephane Roncada. The game includes three modes - Time Trials, Practice and Racing - and eight different bikes.

04. Canada
Happy Theme Park
See 'Happy Theme Park' .

05. Japan
????????? (games)
Players of this iPhone application, translated as 'the Smurfs' Village' in English, have to help the Smurfs build and maintain their village. The game also includes a variety of mini challenges and in-app purchase options to help players fully customize their village.

06. Australia
Happy Theme Park
See 'Happy Theme Park'.

07. Germany
2XL Supercross HD
See ‘2XL SUpercross HD'.

08. China
?????? (navigation)
This Chinese-language-only application alerts drivers to any unusual features of the road ahead - including speed cameras, sharp bends and school crossings. The application contains data on the roads in all of China's provinces except Tibet.

09. Italy
Aqueduct 101
Players of this puzzle game have to rearrange a jumble of water pipes, bypassing locked gates and crossing bridges along the way in order to restore the flow of water from one area to another.

10. Korea 
??? 3[ ???? ] (entertainment**)
Players of this adventure/puzzle game pronounced "Bangtalchul 3" have to break out from a single room using only the objects inside to facilitate their escape.

*The countries listed are those markets in which the most iOS devices have been sold worldwide. The list of top ten countries is based on Admob's April 2010 estimate of the worldwide iOS User Distribution.  

** Due to regulations on application classification there is no ‘games' category in the Korean iTunes store. 

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