Each of these “HD” apps are iPad-only versions of previously released iPhone and iPod touch games, and all cost $7 except for N.O.V.A., which costs $10
Each game’s textures and models have been optimized for the iPad’s larger, high resolution screen, which also allows for a more immersive experience, more complex map layouts and, in the case of Real Soccer 2010 HD, a better view of the entire playing field, complete with high-definition grass.
Games like N.O.V.A. have more multi-touch controls, like rotating three fingers to open an airlock door and moving elevators by sliding a button. N.O.V.A. also supports Multiple Target Acquisition (MTA).
With UNO HD, four users can play on a single iPad using the new One Device Multiplayer mode, or they can challenge friends on iPad or iPhone devices locally or online with Wi-Fi multiplayer gameplay.
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