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The Top Apps Of The Week For iPad
The iPad is one of the best and most popular Apple inventions. This seemingly simple tablet PC gives users a great deal of freedom and control over their daily lives. One is no longer chained to a desk to perform work, but they can write and edit reports and documents, send e-mails, and even participate in video chats. But the main feature that is driving everyone to purchase this great device is, of course, the apps. With so many great ones out there it can be hard to decide which to buy. Luckily, Apple have made it easy with the app store so you can see the top grossing and the best selling apps as soon as you log in. What better way to decide on what to buy then by seeing what others have bought in the past. Here are a few of the top paid apps for this week for the iPad.
What would you do if you were in charge of a burgeoning civilization? Would you lead them down the path to scientific discovery or military mite? This is the question that Civilization Revolution for iPad asks, and only you can answer. Civilization Revolution is the number four entry to this list and is a great game. It has been adapted to the iPad touch screen as well as the high definition screen and duel core processer to create a wonderful long-term strategy game that everyone will enjoy. Choose an early civilization and lead them to victory through creating treaties with enemies or fighting them to the death.
Bike Baron comes in at number three with a wonderful and challenging game that is very fun once you get the hang of it. Ride through a series of obstacles and get all of the coins to unlock a joker card at the end. You can race against yourself as well as other players from all around the world. The controls are simple; stop and go as well as leaning backwards or forwards and you can combine these to make your character perform cool flips and tricks in the air. But what is possibly the best part of this game is the feature which allows you, the user, to build your own track. You can create your own fun level and post it online for others to play and you can download the tracks created by other fans. This is a great game that is a lot of fun and even hard at times.
Number two belongs to Plants vs. Zombies HD, the game that everyone is talking about. This is the zombie game that has taken the world by storm and is fun for everyone. These are slow-walking zombies that want to invade your house, and you have to defeat them the only way you can; plant. Each plant has a unique power or feature that can halt and even kill the oncoming zombies, but zombies have their own immunities and you can only plant a limited amount per row. It’s up to you to decide which plants to buy to protect your house and loved ones.
The number one position this week goes to Firemint’s racing revolution Real Racing 2 HD. Combining the gyroscopic control of the iPad, the touch screen display, and a set of real-life cars, this game takes racing to a whole new level. Old racing games were played on 2D screens with side scrolling technology (meaning that the screen continues moving of its own volition). Now however, racing games have burst into the future and Real Racing 2 HD is at the forefront. This game gives you the impression of driving a real race car from the comfort of your own home, bus, or workplace. To steer you hold the screen as you would hold a steering wheel and you can choose from real racing cars to race on real tracks using real-life physics. If you have an Apple TV box set you can play on your big screen TV.
Other entries to this list include—5th place Angry Birds Seasons HD, 6th place Modern combat 3: Fallen Nation, 7th place Flight Control HD, 8th place Fruit Ninja Puss in Boots HD, 9th place Scrabble™ for iPad, and 10th place Pages.
The price and content will vary from country to country as well as device to device.
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