The iPad is Apple’s latest “magical” device and is said to change the way games will be played and the way gaming devices will be made from here on out. The iPad has lots of awesome and fun games, but in the following article I’ll list the top 5 most addictive games to hit the iPad yet.
Plants vs. Zombies HD
PopCap’s critically acclaimed game, Plants vs. Zombies, has been a smash hit since it has hit the gaming scene and its iTunes iPad app is a perfect fit for the Apple iPad. Plants vs. Zombies is a tower defense game in which your objective is to plant various plants on your lawn to fend off wave after wave of zombies – who want nothing more than to eat your brains. Plants vs. Zombies is a highly addictive iPad game and with tons of levels and lots of gaming types – this iPad app will have you glued to your iPad screen for a very long time.
Take the awesomeness of being a Samurai, throw in some veggies, mix in a little poison, and what do you have? Veggie Samurai, that’s what. Veggie Samurai is a fun filled iPad gaming app that puts the touchscreen capabilities of the iPad to the test. Veggie Samurai is all about slashing multiple vegetables that are tossed in the air into small pieces – while avoiding slicing open poisonous vials. Veggie Samurai is addicting due to its fast paced gameplay and nonstop wave after wave of veggies.
Fieldrunners HD just might be the most addicting iPad game in the entire iTunes Apps store. Fieldrunners HD is a remake of the popular tower defense game, Tower Defense, on the iPhone and works perfectly on the iPad’s larger screen. The objective in Fieldrunners HD is to place lots of weapons on the map that will kill wave after wave of enemies before they reach the other side of the map and enter your base. Playing Fieldrunners HD can prove to be difficult and you’ll get addicted to the nonstop action of this iPad app.
Sneezies wins big time for its cutesy factor. In Sneezies you’re faced with lots of tiny cutesy sneezie creatures that fill the iPad’s screen and your goal is to click on a single sneezie that will then sneeze and spread the epidemic, freeing all sneezies from the iPad screen. Getting sneezies to sneeze and infect nearby sneezies might sound simple, but becomes very difficult and will have you playing this iPad game nonstop – trying to figure out how to get rid of all those ding dong dong sneezies.
Retard Test HD
The Retard Test HD app might catch you by surprise as being one of my picks for the iPad’s most addicting games, but trust me, this app is more than worthy of being called addictive. Retard Test HD is provides lots of seemingly easy quizzes that you must pass to get to the next more difficult question and if you fail, you’ll be considered a retard – simple enough? Retard Test HD is designed to make you fail and will make you feel ashamed at the same time. You’ll spend countless hours trying to make the iPad believe that you are not a nimrod – which just might be the actual retard test itself.
For more, read First iPad Games Announced and the List Puts Emphasis on HD, Fieldrunners Review: The Most Addictive Game App on the iPad, and The Top 5 iPad Copycat Attempts that Aren’t Knockoffs.
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