Searching for a new game to while away the hours during the coronavirus pandemic? Look no further than your beloved iPad, iPad Pro or iPad mini. You see, the iPad is now 10 years old and iOS offers a wealth of tablet-centric games. That’s right, there’s way more out there than Angry Birds and Candy Crush. In fact, fans of iOS gaming will find a games library comparable to any gaming console.
If you got a download free or for a price to your iOS device in the App Store.for the holidays and are interested in exploring gaming options on your tablet, here is a list of some of the best games to get you started. Regardless of whether you’re looking for an educational game, a card game, an adventure game, strategy game, word game or just challenging puzzles, there is an iPad game out there for you. Also, some, but not all, iPad games are available as part of Apple’s gaming subscription service, . Others are available to
Gone Home will suck you in from the very start. You play as Katie Greenbriar, home from a year long trip in Europe. When you arrive home(in the middle of a thunderstorm no less), your family has seemingly vanished.
Explore all the nooks and crannies of the sprawling house. Collect clues and unravel what happened to your family while you were gone. This game is immersive, engrossing and emotional. I found myself turning on all the lights to stave off the unnerving feeling of being in this deserted house. I felt sadness and frustration as I opened doors and found no one behind them, but the emotional payoff at the end is well worth it and so satisfying.
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