Final Fantasy III for iPad
If you're a fan of Final Fantasy III and you have been holding out to buy the iPhone version, now is the time to buy the game for the iPad. This iPad version has just been released yesterday and it includes story sequences exclusive to the iPad.
If you are planning to jam with your coolest friend who also owns an iPad this weekend, then getting the NBA Jam for iPad is just awesome. Just check out the gameplay video below and you'll see why. Being able to play in a wireless multiplayer game (via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth) with your friends is priceless. This game is made especially for the iPad and is different from the iPhone version.
This is the second game in a series of five Back to the Future games for the iPad. It's a touch-based puzzle adventure game trying to deliver a similar experience as the famous movie trilogy. You will be playing as Marty in this episode, and hang on, there will be 5 monthly episodes in the future too.
If you're a fan of tower defense games and line drawing games, I think this might be your match made in heaven. The latest offering from Chillingo brings a fresh new game, which was previously named Pentagon Defense, that would put you in a position to defend the earth from alien attack in a futuristic setting.
The new update of Real Racing 2 HD adds full support for 1080p HD video output on the iPad 2, which enhance your visual and gaming experience while you're playing this awesome game. The update also includes new visuals for Alkeisha Island and San Arcana tracks. The developer of this game, Firemint, works very hard to expand the built-in limitation of HDMI-mirroring in iPad 2 from 720p to 1080p. This game is also another valid reason why you should buy an iPad 2 (if you haven't).
NOTE: To truly enjoy the game, you'll need an iPad 2, Apple Digital AV adapter, HDMI cable, and a 1080p HDTV. Please note that this is not HDMI mirroring, this is more like NDS dual screen style.
This new update of Superbrothers has turned the iPad game into a Universal game, which means you can install the latest update on your iPhone or iPod Touch too. So, if you decide (for some reasons) not to bring your iPad to your weekend trip, you can always play this game on your iPhone/iPod Touch. If you haven't bought the game, I recommend you to buy the EP Universal version only and don't bother with the EP Micro version for iPhone.
The latest update (20 hours ago) brings four new challenges, options to control using the arrow buttons, and support for left-handed players. The new weapon-specific challenges offer fun ways to spend hours enjoying this game. And if you enjoy customization, they included new paint jobs for some of the cars.
With the addition of 15 new levels, it's a must-have. 'Nuff said! Players are reporting that the new levels are very challenging! So, I guess that's another big plus for you to update or buy (if you didn't have one).