First it was car phones, then mobile phones with colorful graphics; next touchscreen came and transformed mobile gaming forever. The possibilities are endless and options limitless, and any designer with a creative side can at last make a great game for the iPhone.
1. World of Goo
What better way to test the iPad’s ergonomic display capabilities than a physics game created by independent game developers? The main objective of the game is to get a specified number of goo balls into a pipe representing the exit. This can be acheieved by using the balls to create bridges, towers and lots of other constructions that will help gamers to overcome the gravity problems found on various terrains in the game, like hills, spikes, cliffs and many others. The iPad version of the game is thought of as an improvement thanks to the iPad’s special touch controls, as opposed to the mouse on the PC and remote-based controller on the Wii. Available for just at $4.99, this game is number one for all iPad owners.
Today, with mobile technologies taking control of mainstream marketing, and with people continuously on the move, developers have identified a way to make the most of those moments where people find themselves going from place to place.
Therefore, there are millions of games out there to buy or try, and so here we introduce the top three essential games for the iPad:
With the creation of iPad back in 2010, and over 3 million purchases during the first 80 days, and 14.8 million units snapped up throughout the year, Apple took over the tablet PC market in just one year. People realized iPad was the best device to best exploit applications.
2. Angry Birds
Probably the most talked-about game that has been played on mobile devices, the number-one paid application all over the world is one of the most entertaining puzzle games ever made. Angry Birds provides hours of game play, it’s entertaining and challenging, its’ physics engine is super-realistic, and it possesses great re playability, since players will want to return to to previously completed levels in order to to achieve the impossibly hard 3-star ratings in every stage.
3. War Pinball HD
The creators behind the acclaimed Pinball HD have recently published a new game that has a cool new twist to it. With the new motion-controlled tilting, better physics and graphics, and three different themes, based on three great war classics: “Platoon”, “Missing in Action” and “Navy Seals”, War Pinball is a certain improvement over its predecessor. And having a pinball game on the iPad is never a waste of space, and nor will the energy playing it be wasted. Pinball games have been popular ever since gaming was first invented, why should it be any different now?