9 Eye-Popping Games For Your iPad's Retina Display

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The new iPad’s Retina Display pushes out a screen resolution of 2048 x 536. That’s better than an HDTV.

Take advantage of that awesome screen by trying out these games.

Some are casual, while others cater to the hardcore gamer crowd. But each one will engage your senses and make you feel like you are a part of the action.

Waking Mars

Waking Mars is an exploratory game where players cultivate an ecosystem on the red planet. Immerse yourself in the game with a nearly two-hour soundtrack.

Price: $4.99

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP

Superbrothers is an awesome looking 2-bit game with intuitive touch controls. The game also boasts an album's worth of music to accompany it.

Price: $4.99


Machinarium is a puzzle adventure game.

This isn't one of those games where you'll be finished playing in a few hours. It gets you hooked.

Price: $4.99

Dynamite Jack

Dynamite Jack brings you 28 levels where you have to fight your way through monsters, trolls, lasers, evil scientists, and more.

The best feature of this game is the Level Editor. After you beat the normal story line you can craft your own levels for an unlimited experience.

Price: $2.99


Take control of a UFO and live out all of your alien inspired dreams.

Grabatron features high quality graphics, awesome physics, and over 30 levels.

Price: $2.99

Dark Meadow

Dark Meadow makes us almost forget we are playing an iPad game. The game features stunning graphics and an interactive game play.

Is this what playing a PS3 type of game would feel like on the iPad?

Price: $5.99


The End reminds us of Temple Run except with awesome graphics and a new world. The game is extremely addictive and is a lot of fun.

Price: Free

Batman Arkham City Lockdown

Fight Batman's enemies all throughout Arkham City. Choose different batsuits and tools to take down enemies. Graphics look amazing and its fun to swipe and tap to take down bad guys.

Price: $0.99 (Limited time price for summer promotion)

Infinity Blade 2

Infinity Blade 2 was the flagship game that took advantage of Apple's Retina Display.

The game is a lot of fun but it's even easier to get lost in the beautiful 3D graphics and scenery. Weapons look sharp, armour is shiny, and the evolved customisation allows you to personalise your character.

Price: $6.99

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