Top 10 Best iPad 2 Games

Best iPad 2 Games: The iPad 2 isn't just a great device for reading and surfing the web, but the iPad 2 also has some of the best games to offer on a tablet.

by on 16th Sep, 2011

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The iPad 2 has been touted by Apple as a gaming device. More than just an e-reader and a thing to watch movies, it's actually meant to play games. If you own one, you'll want to discover the best iPad 2 games worth playing, so look no further than this list!

#10 Death Rally

Remedy's Death Rally takes all of the features that made the original game on the PC a classic, and like a well crafted sequel, amps things up all new 3D graphics, a host of new weapons, and interesting game modes to match. Like the original, you can even race against Duke Nukem. New to the game are the additions of game developers, and even game journalists like Kotaku editor Brian Crescente. 

A top-down racing game like Death Rally might not be perfectly suited for long sessions on the iPad, but that doesn't mean it isn't fun for short bouts of time. This game will have you hooked, and before you know it, you'll develop tendonitis on both your hands. 


#9 Rage HD

You can now experience the rush of survival in id Software's post-apocalyptic universe of Rage. Easily one of the best looking games for the iPad 2, Rage HD is the only FPS game on the device I'd recommend.

In Rage HD, you're trapped in a nightmarish gameshow called Mutant Bash TV. Striking a deal with J.K. Stiles, the show's host, you must survive an onslaught of attacks from mutants who intend to be the last ones standing. 


#8 Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim

Russian developer Herocraft has teamed up with Paradox Interactive to bring Majesty to the iPad (and other mobile devices). Rather than simply porting over the original PC game, Majesty offers all new graphics and a touch-based interface designed from the ground up for the iPad.

In case you haven't played the original game or its sequel, Majesty is an indirect control strategy game, which puts the gameplay focus on building up your kingdom rather than instructing your servants to move around the map. You have to offer bounties for missions, which heroes can then take on and accomplish for gold.

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