Thus far, well over a hundred games are already available, with prices ranging from free to $14.99, with. That's a lot to dig through, so we've scoured the various listings and compiled a list of games that caught our eye, including Civilization Revolution, Duke Nukem 3D SE, Telltale's Sam & Max, Plants vs. Zombies HD, and, yes, Tetris.
Of course, you don't need to buy any of the iPad-specific versions--iPhone and iPod touch apps are compatible with iPad, and some, like Metal Gear Solid Touch, deliver iPad enhancements as a free update to the iPhone release--but if you want to take advantage of the hardware without resorting to windowed mode or pixel-doubling, here you go:
- Aurora Feint 3 - Free
- Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies for iPad - $14.99
- Civilization Revolution for iPad - $12.99
- Command & Conquer Red Alert for iPad - $12.99 (Special Introductory Price)
- Diner Dash: Grilling Green - $4.99
- Duke Nukem 3D SE - $4.99
- Fieldrunners for iPad - $7.99
- Flight Control HD - $4.99
- Geometry Wars: Touch for iPad - $9.99
- Metal Gear Solid Touch - $7.99
- Mirror's Edge for iPad - $12.99 (Special Introductory Price)
- Minigore HD - $4.99
- Need for Speed Shift for iPad - $14.99
- N.O.V.A. - Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance HD - $9.99
- Plants vs. Zombies HD - $9.99
- Resident Evil 4 iPad edition - $12.99
- Sam & Max Episode 1: The Penal Zone for iPad - $9.99
- Scrabble for iPad - $9.99
- Small World for iPad - $4.99
- Super Monkey Ball 2: Sakura Edition for iPad - $9.99 (Launch Sale Price)
- Tetris for iPad - $7.99
- Top Gun for iPad - $4.99
- UNO HD - $6.99
- Warpgate HD - $7.99
- Worms HD - $4.99
Red Alert on the iPad looks kinda cool.
I thought the idea of the World at War: Zombies did as well...
Yeah I agree. Wonder what the chances are to seeing it running at a store. Probably not good.....