Games On iPad : When it comes to games, you’ll be spoilt for choice. There are so many available to download, both free or paid-for, so you can spend hours getting immersed in an adventure story (thank goodness for the iPad’s excellent battery life), or just use it to while away a few minutes of your time.
The obvious choices are there, like arcade-type games such as The Incident and Fruit Ninja HD, to adventure games like Hero of Sparta 2 and Max, to strategy games like Cut the Rope and Angry Birds or role-playing adventures like Aralon or Galaxy on Fire 2. There’s even a version of Farmyille,
But none of these offer anything new from what you could achieve on a regular computer. What sets the iPad apart from other platforms is that its screen is large enough that it can be easily viewed by multiple people at the same time. As a result, it’s become a natural digital alternative to board games, making playing on a computer a much more social experience with people in the same room as you, just like the good old days. Make sure you check out titles like WarChess, Carcassonne. Scrabble Monopoly and the Game of Life Whatever your tastes, though, the iPad has it covered.
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- How to set up “find my iPad”
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- All About iPad Screen Protection
- How to Choose an iPad 2 3G Data Plan
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