The 6 Best iPad Games: Reviewed

The 6 Best iPad Games: Reviewed

If there is one tablet on the market that is as close to perfect as a tablet can get, it is the iPad. This multifunctioning piece of tech by Apple does everything that an iPhone does except that it is larger. Making it even better to experience applications and games in particular through. Here is a shortlist of the best iPad games reviewed.

While the App Store is filled with thousands of different games. It is difficult to judge which one is the best by simply reading its description. To help you out, here is a list of the top 6 games. Not in order of preference, that you can play on the iPad. From card games to role-plays and tactical games to puzzles. This list comprises of some of the best games across all genres. Something for everyone’s taste and style.

Check out some of the best iPad games.


A play on Jules Verne’s ‘Around the World in 80 Days’. This game requires you to play as the valet of a character who wishes to travel the world in under 80 days using rather bizarre vehicles to traverse. An interactive, text-based game, 80 Days is a must for anyone who enjoys traveling and geography as well as immersive game experience. Absolutely one of the best iPad games available.


If you are a fan of card games much like Magic: The Heartening, then Blizzard’s Hearthstone is just what you need to keep you busy and addicted to your iPad for a couple of hours every day, or maybe even more! The game is easy to get and play. Each fight taking up only a couple of minutes, and the best part: it is free! They do offer in-game purchases for special cards and boosts. You can also build pretty cool decks without purchasing anything too.


Letting you man and command a starship as a captain as well as lead a space crew, FTL: Faster Than Light is perfect for any Sci-Fi or space enthusiast. The controls of the game fit perfectly with the touchscreen element of the iPad. You flit through multiple functions in the game to try to complete missions and win battles.


If you are looking for a game that will make you think about the consequences of your in-game actions, then head on over to Papers, Please. You allow or deny entry to people as a guard on the border and observe how your actions shape up the sinister and looming future. Addictive and immersive, Papers, Please is a dream come true for many wannabe bureaucrats.


Simple, straightforward, and, most importantly, very short (seriously, you can finish playing it in an hour or two). Monument Valley is a game for someone who appreciates art and aesthetics and just wants to relax. The art is absolutely stunning and the movements are extremely silky as you turn and twist the beautiful infrastructure of the troubled kingdom of Princess Ida as she wanders through it. It may be a short game, but it is well worth the ride.


The Room is a classic iPad game. An adventure based puzzle that puts you in an eerie setting and asks you to try and escape it by interacting with the different objects placed around the room that harbor various secret puzzles. It starts off simple enough but it is bound to challenge you as you move ahead with the levels.

A short review of the 6 best iPad games available today.

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