Dead Space for the iPad is a horror game done right. You wouldn't think the iPad was capable of providing such a hair-raising experience, but it totally is. The music sets the mood and the ambient noise of aliens lurking in the distance keeps you on edge throughout the entirety of the game.
It's a worthy experience for fans of horror. If you love Dead Space or its sequel, you can't miss this.
Mac and PC gamers should be no stranger to the charms of Machinarium. Designed from the ground up as a point-and-click adventure, Machinarium is a perfect fit for the iPad. Combined with great music by Tomas Dvorak, the game is a truly memorable experience regardless of where it's played on.
You take the role of a robot named Josef who goes on an epic adventure to rescue his robot girlfriend from The Black Cap Brotherhood. Solve puzzles, help strange characters and explore the weird and twisted world of Machinarium.
#1 Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP
It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery is the reason gaming on the iPad exists. This truly innovative game makes full use of the iPad's features while offering an incredibly "social" experience through its Twitter integration and clever writing.
The game's music is provided by indie musician Jim Guthrie.