An Interesting List of Upcoming iPad Games

The iPad is coming soon… very soon, and Apple isn’t wasting time to generate some hype for this device.  To a gamer, this is definitely some good news: bringing high-graphical games from the iPhone, add double the pixels, and lo and behold, the iPad HD version.  Real Racing HD anyone?

Along with Real Racing HD, some other games have popped up, including Worms HD and Plants vs. Zombies HD (YES!).  Here’s a full list of some of the new iPad games that are going to arrive April 3:

  • Ammoin HD
  • Azkend HD
  • Flight Control HD
  • Grind HD
  • Labyrinth 2 HD
  • NBA Hotshot HD
  • Numba HD
  • Plants vs. Zombies HD
  • Sparkle HD
  • Worms HD
  • Boardbox
  • Harbor Master HD
  • Real Racing HD
  • Labyrinth 2 HD
  • Cro-Mag Rally
  • Manic Marble 2
  • Otto Matic
  • Enigmo Deluxe

Pricing also seems to have been released, with Flight Control being offered at $4.99 and Real Racing HD for $9.99.  $9.99 seems to be the high price for iPad games, but I wouldn’t be surprised if a developer went for the $14.99 price tag; I wouldn’t be surprised if developers went to the rock bottom price of $0.99.

We’ll have more information as more iPad games start to show up, but Real Racing HD definitely has me swaying on whether to get the iPad or not.

[image via Toucharcade]

About Daniel

I have been an iPhone game addict ever since the NES emulator came out on the 1.1.4 iPhone 2G. After 2.0 and the App Store came out, my iPhone homescreen has never been the same. Other than writing reviews for App Store games, I play soccer/football, American football, volleyball, and golf. I love going to the beach and fishing on the pier. Some games not available on iPhone/iPod Touch that I truly love are the Call of Duty series, Guitar Hero III, Madden NFL 09, and PGR: Gotham Racing.

2 thoughts on “An Interesting List of Upcoming iPad Games

  1. Why are the same games priced so much higher? Does a bigger screen have to equal bigger prices? Was adding the higher res textures really that much work for the devs, even after developers have already spoke out saying it’s taken only a couple of hours to upgrade their product?

  2. I believe the iPad versions of the games have more content and more things to do than the iPhone version. But there are probably games that just look better than the zoomed in App Store version…

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