[ from iMore ] here are some games that good and free on iOS devices. Good graphics especially on the iPad.
Free iPad Games !! get them!
RAD Soldiers quickly replaced Hero Academy as my favorite turn-based strategy game thanks to its modern feel and deep customization options. Players build out a squad of deadly mercenaries and fight over missile crash sites at locales across the globe (for some reason), earn cash, and spend it on recruiting new members. Game maps are sectioned off as a grid, and are riddled with low cover and high cover locations which can mitigate incoming fire. Each character has a certain number of action points they can use in a turn, a selection of special abilities, and health bar that varies in size by character. You can chew on single-player challenges for awhile to earn rewards, or you can take the fight online against other players. Expansion packs can be bought through in-app purchases, or you can pick up the in-game currency to fast track your mercenary outfit’s gear. RAD Soldiers is a fine mix of strategy and action, with plenty of progression and customizability to boot.
Spaceteam is a decidedly unique local multiplayer game. Players gather together with their iPads and iPhones and connect over either Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. They’re then presented with ridiculously-labeled spaceship consoles, with all manner of sliders, knobs, switches, and buttons. Each player then has a message flashing telling them which control needs to be tweaked in order to save their ship from exploding. The thing is, that control could be on anybody’s device, so what ends up happening is everybody starts barking ludicrous orders at one another with straight-faced urgency. Random events can have players in a panic trying to wipe goop off their controls while going through these episodes.
Spaceteam will be one of the most fun party games you play, and thanks to cross-platform compatibility, even your Android-toting friends can join in.
Plants vs. Zombies is a venerable iOS franchise for a good reason. The bizarre premise of protecting your back lawn from hordes of undead with sunflowers is certainly part of that, but there’s a lot of tactical thinking in terms of plant choices before the attack begins, and placement. In Plants vs. Zombies 2, you’re taken back in time to defend against zombies dressed in era garb, and try out all sorts of new mechanics. The zombies are getting smarter, and challenge your reaction speed in a number of ways, though you also have a whole new complement of plants to use. Stages also have new terrain features to keep every round fresh. Plant food can be collected to super-charge any plant when things get especially hairy, plus new gesture-based powers can help you clear the bigger waves.
All in all, Plants vs. Zombies 2 presents deep strategic gameplay in a fun, colorful package.
Dead Trigger 2 brings back rootin’-tootin’ first-person-shootin’ to the zombie apocalypse. Despite the altogether realistic visuals, Dead Trigger 2 remains chock-full of tongue-in-cheek humor. Controls now use a fast and natural auto-fire mechanism which keeps the focus on moving and aiming. More notably, there’s a robust hideout and crafting system where you get various assistants to build stuff for you, though it takes time. There is a premium currency in place, but it’s used almost exclusively to speed up building times; all weapons can be created and upgraded using the currency you earn throughout gameplay. Regular events bring players to new parts of the world, with collective rewards if goals are met.
If you’re looking for a high-quality shooter on iPad, you’ll have a hard time finding something better than Dead Trigger 2.
Real Racing 3 is bound to keep gearheads entertained. It brings real brand-name cars to real-world tracks – hence the name. Though you won’t find live multiplayer races here, it features an interesting asynchronous multiplayer system whereby lap times are recorded from your friends, and you race against a bot that’s driving at that time. Of course you can bump them out and affect their track time, though there’s always a single-player career worth playing through too. Over time, players get new cars and upgrade various parts with their winnings.
Real Racing 3 is absolutely gorgeous, and the white-knuckled racing action will keep you coming back for more.
Injustice: Gods Among Us pits all of the biggest heroes and villains of the DC universe against each other in a brutal 3-on-3 brawler. Taps and swipes get players to move around and throw basic attacks while certain gesture combinations get players to execute devastating signature moves. Heroes gain levels over time, learn new abilities, and with the help of in-app purchases, you can unlock alternative costumes.
The selection of characters available in Injustice is boggling, and the exceptional graphics make this a great game for comic and fighting fans alike.
The Sims FreePlay brings players a casual, fun sim game where they can build a home, relationships, and careers with a highly-customizable avatar. Players have to tend to their Sim’s needs, such as hunger and fun, and in the process earn Lifestyle Points which can be spent on various items. You can also buy Lifestyle Points outright, if you’re the impatient type. The possibilities are extensive, including starting new romantic relationships, having pets, and eventually having kids. You can build up your own little community of Sims, and visit those of your friends.
For those looking for a laid-back, constructive, and long-term game, the Sim FreePlay will have you covered.
Dungeon Hunter 4 is a fast-paced action-RPG that looks and plays like butter. Players hack and slash their way through an extensive single-player campaign, gather loot and gear, level up their abilities, and eventually take the fight into online multiplayer, both co-operatively and competitively. The graphics, particularly during boss battles, are sure to suck you into the world. For those that get particularly enamored, there’s a premium currency available if you want to pick up the swankiest gear.
Dungeon Hunter 4 brings some of the best action-RPG gameplay you’ll find on iOS.
If you love the cartoon, you will love this EA game