The best games on new iPad 3 that are worth parting with your cash for
Without doubt, the growing size of the mobile gaming market is a huge influencing factor for many when it comes to buying a smartphone or tablet given the huge quantity and the high-quality titles available to users. It's the most exciting and engaging place to find apps.
Yet many of us are happy to stick to what we can find for free in the apple app store rather than take a risk on paying for something that we think might just be a time killer.
But even if you don't have much of a budget to work with, you will find that there are a whole host of titles available that may prove to really be worth your time and money. iPad games like Infinity Blade, which for visuals and gameplay can hold its own against many console titles, or lesser known and quirkier games like iBlast Moki 2, which presents a series of puzzles, and asks you to solve them in unique ways, in this instance by blasting your characters to checkpoints.
So here are 10 of the best iPad 3 games around. You best get your wallet ready, because the spending is about to commence...
The nearest thing to console-standard racing on new ipad 3, also comes with some great multiplayer features, making this one to enjoy.
The eagerly awaited sequel carries on where its illustrious predecessor left off in terms of addictive gameplay and stunning visuals. The unique, repetitive and evolutionary nature of the game play remains one of infinity Blades strongest selling points, while also showcasing the true power of mobile gaming.
The latest in the Gameloft first-person shooter series, that places you in the middle of a modern warzone. Modern Combat 3 is one of the best first person shooter game for ipad 3.
Two unlikely foes square off in this surreal and utterly brilliant garden-set tower defence game, with more than 50 levels for you to complete.
A one-of-a-kind music maker that sees you compose music by building sound-making roads and traffic speeds that set a beat.
A third-person shooter that uses the classic cover system you'll know from consoles,
past guards and robotic spiders using
the smooth touchscreen controls. Battle
The point-and-click PC classic has made a seamless transition to iOS, with its controls optimised for the touchscreen as you must solve puzzles in order to guide your character home. The hand-drawn nature of the graphics and interesting soundtrack only add to the gaming experience
A unique ipad adventure game with retro pixel-based visuals and an emphasis on soundtrack that you can't help but be sucked in by.
A puzzle game with pirates may be enough for some, but this backs it up with some really nice artwork and an engaging music score that compliments the game play nicely. This is a nice upgrade of the classic Nineties point-and-click adventure.
A unique racing experience that sees you draw out your racing line before the start and then sit back and watch the action unfold. This sequel has upped the ante both visually and with the level of car and track content.