Top 10 iPad Games Worth Playing
A life of all work and no play can lead to stress related issues and general unhappiness. With the Apple iPad, harried workers now have an outlet to use for relaxation. Many users own an iPad for its productivity benefits, but its large screen, touch controls, and easy application delivery makes it a great platform for entertainment.
This page shows you a list of Top 10 iPad Games Worth Playing. Just download the fantastic one as you like.
Top 10 iPad Games 1- Real Racing HD
Real Racing was released previously on the iPhone platform by Firemint Studios. It was an impressive simulation racer that managed to raise the bar visually and surprised with the depth of its gameplay. Real Racing HD is a remake of this game with significantly upgraded visuals and improved tilt steering. The game offers a quick play mode as well as a career mode. Unfortunately, its online component doesn’t let you go head to head with other racers but let’s you upload your times and ghosts of your laps for others to race against. Despite these issues, at 10 USD there is plenty to be done in the game and real Racing HD is the definitive the racing game for the iPad.
Top 10 iPad Games 2 - Infinity Blade
Revolutionary graphics and game physics are two of the features that made Infinity Blade our top iPad game for 2010. Despite the simple gameplay and the lack of exploration as an RPG game, this iPad game tops everyone else when it comes to how beautiful it appears on our device’s huge screen display.
Top 10 iPad Games 3 - Harbor Master HD
This game might look like Flight Control in the drink, but the gameplay mechanics are subtly different. As with Firemint's effort, Harbor Master is a line-drawing game, this time with you drawing paths so boats can dock. However, once they've unloaded, they must leave the screen or sometimes visit another dock, ensuring things rapidly become complex and frantic.
Top 10 iPad Games 4 - Labyrinth 2 HD
Designed for the bigger iPad screen, Labyrinth 2 HD is a game based on the Victorian marble in a maze game and for those who've played the first outing brings a host of new elements to the game like cannons, bumpers multiple balls and magnets to work your way around.
Top 10 iPad Games 5 - Need for Speed Shift
I recently played this game and finished all missions with three stars on every levels. It’s a great car racing game definitely worth of the series name. The only gripe I have about this game is it’s short. You can finish the mission mode on one run for a couple of hours.
Top 10 iPad Games 6 - Flight Control HD
I’m a nervous flier so I always like to fire this game up during periods of relative turbulence and bring my little, brightly colored planes into their hangars. The HD version has an anaglyphic 3D mode for those with red and blue glasses, which is quite a bit of fun. Like Fieldrunners, you can actually tell what airplane is going where in this version. The music is also quite calming.
Top 10 iPad Games 7 - N.O.V.A.
It’s not quite Halo, but N.O.V.A.’s great graphics reminds me a lot of Doom on the PC way back when: not quite amazing but still amazing enough considering the platform and historical horrible-ness of portable FPSes.Newly upgraged for iPhone 4 with optimized graphics for the Retina display & gyroscope support for innovative controlling and aiming precision.
Top 10 iPad Games 8 - Aurora Feint 3
The Aurora Feint series has done a decent job of mixing the match-three genre with RPG elements. Aurora Feint 3 continues the concept on iPad. Battle bandits and thieves by joining three identical blocks together in standard match-three fashion. OpenFeint achievements and leaderboards enhance the experience. There's only one chapter to play through, with more features promised with future updates.
Top 10 iPad Games 9 - Fieldrunners
A good tower defense game is strangely hard to put down. Somehow watching constant lines of enemies make their way towards your tower, whilst you try to relieve them of said duty with assorted defenses, is highly addictive. So it was only fair to include a fine example of the genre, one that’s been tried and tested on the iPhone, and that is Fieldrunners. Like with pretty much every other iPad game, it’s seen an increase in graphical performance, resolution and a more spacious interface added. In this case, it’s a big kick up in the looks department. Is Fieldrunners worth £4.99? Well, if you want an addictive tower defense experience for your iPad, and a definitive one at that, Fieldrunners certainly ticks all the right boxes.
Top 10 iPad Games 10 - Checkers Free HD
It's checkers. On an iPad. For free. What more do you want to know? Oh, OK, then – Checkers Free HD is a pretty decent version of the popular board-game, with a variable difficulty level, configurable player names, an 'undo' function for wusses, and a toggle for forced captures.