This cleverly implemented mini-foosball game is superb. You can play against
the computer or a real-life person sharing one iPad. You can even
play with five friends, each manning one rung of players -- it's a bit of a squeeze
but by-jingo it's fun. The controls can be a bit fiddly at first
but once you get the hang of it gameplay is frenetic and fun.
And at £1.79 it's a bit of a bargain.
One of the surprise areas the iPhone suceeded was gaming. And its one of the areas we’re really looking for the iPad to build on.
There’s been a barrage of early iPad games all vying to be the first Doodle Jump or Angry Birds and I’ve been busily working my way through them, in the gallant name of research, to bring you 10 of the best so far.
Not to brag, but I found some douzies: Awesome multiplayer games, word games, puzzle games, first person shooters, racing games. Actually the thing that’s really struck me during my gaming tour-de-force was the breadth of game genres already available for the iPad and how well the majority had been carried off.