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6 Most Animating And Comical Games Available For iPad

Posted In iOS devices, iPad, Smartphone reviews - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, February 12th, 2014 With No Comments »

The list could go a mile on how the iPad has changed the course of the computer world. But we all know that one of the main reason you bought an iPad is because of the cool and exciting games you can play in it. Don’t get me wrong, but you have been likely enticed to the games like Angry Birds, Tetris Mania, Clash of Clans and many more.

The iTunes App Store is brimming with tons of games lining in their virtual shelves. It could go from puzzle games, racing games, strategy games and MMORPGs. Name it, and Apple’s App Store will give it to you. But what users wanted the most is the quality of the game and on how fun it can be, no matter what level of difficulty that game is.

Apple fanboys and girls, listed below are six of the most animating and comical game picks available for your iPad.

  1. Subway Surfers

If you are looking for an app that will keep you coming back for more, then Subway Surfers is right for you. It is a unique version of an endless runner that is quite similar with Temple Run, but with a major twist.

In this game, you have to run along a set of subway tracks for as long as you can collect coins and other power ups that boosts your running speed and earn you extra points. Using your finger, swipe it left or right on the screen to make your character move from one vertical track to another. This might be the same as the likes of Temple Run but the awesome Subway Surfers offers you a brighter and catchy game that you’ll surely enjoy.

  1. Plant vs. Zombies HD

Another winning moment for Apple is to deploy PVZ, a casual legendary game from Popcap, to the hands of the iPad users. This game has been around for quite some time already and before it came to tablets and other mobile devices, it already made a raving popularity in PCs.

The graphic quality is outstanding and the concept of the game is just phenomenal and trendy. As the name of the game suggests, you will need to plant anthropomorphic sunflowers, peas, and other vegetations on your yard to fight against waves of zombie invasion. The colorful animation of this game and the achievement you get from winning each wave elevate it to a rank you just can’t stop.

  1. Clash of Clans

Fight hordes of goblin with this fun and entertaining combat strategy game. Clash of Clans offers interesting and exciting game play to users making it worth time spending.

With the wide screen of the iPad, you can easily build a camp, raise a platoon of medieval like armies, and the battle against the raiders. You have to upgrade your camp if you want those powerful and monstrous defense weapons like the cannons, Tesla, Inferno Towers and gigantic crossbows that can kill a single enemy in one precise shot. The game is easy, but you need to place each items strategically so that you’ll win against those nasty raiders and looters.

You can also join in with the conversation of your clan and ask for help in building your camp. It allows you to be more involved in the game. Clash of Clash is a sure fun way to spend your extra time recommend for both kids and adults as well.

  1. Osmos

Osmos is a kinetic-like action game that’s simply enjoyable. The game starts out with balls that are made of cells. You must move around the screen to merge together smaller cell balls to make it the biggest object in the game using momentum. The thing is you are only allowed to merge objects smaller than yourself, and the more cell balls you move, the more mass it will come to shed out.

Surprisingly, Osmos has become one of the addicting game apps because of its simple interface plenty of levels that could keep you going for the entire day. You don’t rocket science to understand the concept of this game.

  1. Badland

You might probably think you’ve already played Badland before, but you haven’t, certainly. It is a side scrolling adventure game of some sort the iPad was made for, with outlandish graphics,  very simple game controls, and amusing amount of depth.

Badland is a silhouetted graphical style action game app that will grab your senses. There are 40 unique levels to complete using a mind-blowing power-up system to aid the creatures against the obstacles that awaits. It costs $4, but I guarantee you that it’s worth every penny you’ll spend.

  1. Ridiculous Fishing

Don’t get me wrong, the game definitely looks ridiculous as it seems to be of an ordinary junky fishing game, but I’m totally mistaken. Ridiculous Fishing is, without a doubt, the greatest catch in the App Store. The captivating aesthetic and fluid gameplay will certainly get your jaws dropped. This game is carefully crafted with a surprising depth and satisfying upgrade system, making you coming back for more.

Tablet and mobile games were made to fill in our extra times. These game apps for the iPad are certainly fun and exciting with awesome animation and game display. It ain’t bad to get a little bit of euphoria with these games as long as it doesn’t disrupt your well-being. Remember this ultimate golden rule – play to have fun.

Author Bio:

Aldritch I is a certified gaming fanboy who writes about game apps for mobile and tablets, technology and other gizmos. His day is not complete without playing a single game in his iPad or his Xbox.

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