Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Top 10 best iPad games Everyone should have

The iPad is an excellent, amazing device for any number of games, thanks to its large, gorgeous display, which gives gamers a more open, visual experience that isn't as restricted as the iPhone/DS/3DS/PlayStation Vita's relatively small displays. Owning an iPad and was Looking for the very best games for your iPad? Well the good news is that , here I have carefully collected the top 10 best iPad games from the app store and listed them below for your playing pleasure.

1.  Angry Birds Star Wars HD
Angry Birds Star Wars HD
For most people, I am sure that Angry Birds Star Wars is one of their favorite games and that is why I put the game in the first place. Rovio Mobile's Angry Birds Star Wars, special designed for iPad, features the same simple, but addicting, gameplay as Angry Birds. New planet-based levels like Hoth, Tatooine, and Dagobah; Stormtrooper pigs; and Han Solo, Luke, and Ben Kenobi birds with special powers provide novelty and some new game ideas. Yes, it won us over.

2.  Modern Combat 4
Gameloft's Modern Combat series has been consistently solid. The graphics are near-console level and the game plays smoothly and is optimized for Apple's Retina Display devices. While the control scheme isn't perfect with MC4, it's about as good as you can get for a FPS on a touch-screen device.

3.  Temple Run 2
With over 170 million downloads, Temple Run redefined mobile gaming. Now you can get more of the exhilarating running, jumping, turning and sliding you love in Temple Run 2! Temple Run 2 couples great beautiful graphics with a very simple, arcade-like premise. In Temple Run 2, you play an Indiana Jones doppelganger clutching a golden icon, and your goal is to run away from evil eagle-gorilla bigger monsters by tilting and swiping your way through obstacles in your path. New obstacles, more powerups, more achievements, Special powers for each character are included.

4.  FIFA 13
Want to feel the amazing, exciting feeling just as you are playing the game? If you are a football fan, then you mustn’t miss this game. The most authentic football game on the App Store just got better! Take control and build a team of the greatest global superstars with the all-new Ultimate Team feature. Get ready to hit the pitch with some awesome new features and stunning graphics enhanced for the iPhone 5. Plus, now you can dominate the leaderboards with Game Center – join the club!

5.  NBA 2K13
Though it still has a few weaknesses, 2K Sports has improved its mobile basketball game. NBA 2K13, the latest installment of the top-rated NBA video game simulation franchise 12 years running, features improved graphics and intuitive One-Finger controls to give you the ultimate NBA experience while on the go. For the first time, players can now challenge their friends in multiplayer mode via Game Center or Bluetooth. NBA 2K13 also lets you relive some of the most memorable performances in NBA history, including Kobe Bryant’s 81-point performance in 2006. Executive produced by multi-platinum recording artist JAY Z, who personally curated this year’s soundtrack.

6.  Real Racing 3
The Top Free App in over 90 countries. Real Racing 3 arrived on iOS last month, and takes that to a new level with extremely polished graphics of 48 available cars including exotics like Bugatti and a wealth of real-life tracks selected carefully and in great taste. This is a highly detailed game of superior quality. But make sure you have at least 1.9GB of free space on your device in order to install the game on your iPad.

7.  Need for Speed: Most Wanted
The Need for Speed street-racer franchise has been around for a while, but EA's done an impressive job with this latest Most Wanted version. The action is intense, the graphics are great, and the gyroscope steering scheme works well once you get the hang of it.

The graphics are sharper on the third- and fourth-gen iPads, but the game still looks good -- and plays well -- on the Mini.

See also:Top 5 Best Racing Games for your iPad

8.  Year Walk
Simple, But sometimes it is impossible to figure out. Quiet, beautiful, and extremely creepy, Year Walk has a simple swipe-to-explore vocabulary, woodcut-like graphics, and a very weird story. And it feels like a game dreamed up on an iPad. For the complete Year Walk experience, or if you're curious about the folk lore on which Year Walk is based, we recommend downloading Year Walk Companion, available for free on the App Store.

Dead Trigger is the pre-eminent free first-person shooter for iOS and have more than 11 million downloads. For its entire tacky, tongue-in-cheek zombie apocalypse dialog, the graphics are excellent, complete with water effects and richly-detailed models. Players gun through various campaign missions, take a stab at daily challenges, weather endless waves of zombies in arena mode, and unlock new weapons as they rank up. Cash is the main reward, but every once in a while you'll earn the premium gold currency, which is used to buy the really fancy artillery. There's also a wide array of equipment to help keep you alive through your undead-infested ordeals, and once it's all over, you can use casino chip rewards to play the slots and win big prizes.

10.  Dungeon Hunter 3
Evil has once again flooded over the sacred land of Gothicus. Face your destiny and enter the endless waltz of battle, victory and glory. 16 massive arenas are waiting for you now. Hero, this is your time to conquer! The graphics are really excellent, and among the best I've seen in a free game so far. Cloud syncing and Game Center achievements are in effect, which are both appreciated. Just download the app to enjoy.

So, hey guys, do you have any good games wanna recommend for iPad? Thanks for leaving your opinions.

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