5 Best IPad Games for Fun

February 3, 2011 | by

The greatest video games available for the Apple iPad will change the world of computing forever .We really do know why you bought an iPad, Its tough to choose a right game when a virtual marketplace is brimming with so many choices. The large screen and hardy processor offer a wild in-between space, much more immersive and “stunning” than a PSP, DS, or iPhone game. It’s just thrilling and pretty fun evolution, complete with multitouch gestures, accelerometer tilts, and cheesy soundtracks pumped out over the iPads surprisingly loud speaker. Of course,have to tell you these games aren’t cheap anymore. So I thought its better to give you the valuable information for your time and money saving entertainment. Below are those entertainers which won’t even let you sleep.

5. N.O.V.A. 2

If you enjoyed the original first person shooter N.O.V.A than you’ll probably enjoy the heck out of N.O.V.A. 2 – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance HD on the iPad. It comes with mind blowing features: 12 chapters taking you through hostile in an amazing environment and you are provided with a dozen of weapons, even you have the three special powers: Freeze, Slow Time and Disc for melee combat. It facilitates 1 to 10 players online or locally.

4. Battle for Wesnoth HD:

The brand-new iPad version improves immensely on the iPhone edition by taking advantage of the increased screen acreage and retaining the ability for cross-platform play between the iPad, iPhone, PC, Mac, and even Linux versions of the game. Wesnoth is a unique combination that combines elements like the RPG-leveling system from Fire Emblem, the “zone of control” mechanism from Military Madness, and Advance Wars-style terrain bonuses and village capturing to create a game that’s incredibly deep and satisfying for those experienced with the strategy genre.

3. Fieldrunners:

The most anticipated iPad game is now here! The orginal version of this game was one of the first iPhone games to receive critical compliments from press other than the traditional gaming media, and it sparked a wave of tower defense games on the App Store. This addictive fun game play is brightly featured with a Charming visual style of high-definition graphics, that’s Highly balanced and even Spectacular visual effects along with different musical tones in each environment.

2. Mirror Edge for IPad

The iPad edition of Mirror’s Edge takes place from a side-view perspective. With gorgeous full screen 3D graphics and a very intuitive swipe interface (you’ll feel like an expert before you’re even done with the tutorial levels), this is one of our favorite iPad games so far and the sense of speed that fans of the original game loved so much is intact. There is a new single-player story to play through, but it’s the split-screen head-to-head multiplayer race mode that should get a lot of people excited. we’d say it’s actually one of the few iPad games worth the price.

1. Asphalt

The game is just made for fun, and the controls are varying from other games. Nowadays we know that everyone is making a stink about racing games on the iPad – and Asphalt 5 proves that there’s actually a good reason for this. Gameloft has made the game “HD” for the iPad offering you to play local multiplayer against other iPads as well as iPhone and iPod Touches, plus there is online play. The game features eight different game modes that are randomized for each of 12 locations. From the deluxe environments to the shine of the exotic cars racing down the road,its just mesmerizing when you play. If you’re an arcade racer fan this is an absolute must, but if you ever play any racing games be sure to consider Asphalt 5 at the top of your list.

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