5 Games That Will Test The Retina Display Of iPad 3
The undisputable amazing screen resolution of the iPad 3 is useless if you won’t run apps that will really test its capability. Playing videos and online contents on the new iDevice is so useless and you need something that will push its more than 3 million pixels to the limit. Here are five iPad games that will surely exploit the amazing features of the new Apple tablet.
1. Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy ($4.99)
First on the list is the flying simulation game from Bandai Namco that so damn real it will blow your mind. The graphics of the game is intended to take advantage of the new Apple tablet’s amazing screen. You will be flying in your preferred aircraft. Your blood pressure will increase as you soar above clouds and landscape that is so real. What’s more is the app’s easy to master controls. There’s no need to spend a single brain cell analyzing before you jump and play the game. What you need to do is the app and the new iPad and you’re good to go.
2. Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation ($0.99)
Second on the list is Modern Combat 3 that is so realistic you will think you’re really shooting actual persons. The situation is that you will be fighting for the freedom of the United States. This will be a first-person shooting game that you will enjoy on your, and the app has been remodelled for the retina display of the third-gen iTablet. There are seven modes in the game that you can play alone or play with a maximum of 12 persons if you really want to prove your mastery. Also, the price of the game has been lowered to less than $1.00 so there’s no reason why you should not get it.
3. Real Racing 2 HD ($6.99)
On the red corner is Real Racing HD 2 that makes driving even better. Similar to the flight simulator, this driving game has also been optimized the accelerometer controls of Apple’s new baby. That will make those daredevil drivers go crazy. This is where you can choose for your car and drive mindless about your speed limit. Since the game is optimized for the addicting resolution of the new Apple iTablet, satisfaction is guaranteed at every end of the game. You will be racing in 15 different unique locations that will consume over ten hours of your time. Its 2048 x 1536 Retina optimization will open your gaming experience into a whole new level. With AirPlay, the game will be more than perfect on the big screen.
4. Infinity Blade II ($6.99)
I know that gamers out there are salivating for Infinity Blade (Dungeons) instalment, sadly, Epic games says it will be available soon. So let’s settle with Infinity Blade II for now. Of course this is not a second class game since it has been updated for the Retina Display of the Apple’s new tablet. The game’s new exotic settings, weapons upgrades, and sword fights are enough reason for you to spend $7.00 for the game.
5. Flight Control Rocket ($0.99)
If you enjoyed playing the original Flight Control for the iPad, then you should try the revamped feature for the new Apple tablet. Its 15 spacecrafts will amaze you with their unique characteristics and abilities. This game however should be for free, but paying less than a dollar for it is still worth the fun it will bring. You and your daughter will surely enjoy the quality time you will spend with the game.
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