So you’ve shelled out hundreds of dollars for your new iPad Pro. Congratulations! Now you can fill it up with loads of app, porn, and other content. The bad news is these things cost money. Well, not all the time. There are actually tons of free games that you can get for your iPad. here are five of them.
1. 99 ROCKETS FOR IPAD PRO
You’ve got 99 problems but free games are not one of them. 99 rockets is all about, rockets, targets and more targets. In this shooter, each screen has darts going along a track. Just tap the screen when the dark is pointing at a target and fire away. If that sounds easy, here’s some news. It gets harder and-and crazier. Fortunately,y you can save your progress, but only if you sit through an ad.
2. BEJEWELED IS THE BEST OF THE GEM-SWAPPING GAMES
There are so many darn gem-swapping games out there these days but remember the one that inspired them all. Bejeweled is classic and it’s now in HD. News modes are available and those gems still need matching so get to work.
3. GOOD NEWS: PACMAN GETS A FACELIFT
Pacman is still one of the most famous arcade games of all time, but its original version is a bit outdated. Pacman 256 for iPad Pro offers a fresh new take on the game. You’ll still have your dots to eat and ghosts to avoid but you’ll be doing so in a crisp, new environment. In other news, you can get it on iPhone as well as iPad Pro.
4. PLANET QUEST
Is all that jargon about finding Planet 9 gets you in the mood for astronomy? Thankfully, Planet Quest is a game that can satisfy that quench for galactic exploration. Using the power of beats, you tap the screen to match the sounds to beam up the dancers into orbit. It’s hard to put games like this down. The good news is, the iPad Pro is so lightweight, it won’t matter
5. RUSH HOUR SUBWAY SLIDERS
This is another casual game that’s easy to learn and hard to put down. Drag and flick passengers into a carriage or else they will be left behind and wait for the next train. Commuters will sympathize with this game. Fortunately, you’ll have an iPad Pro to make the commute a little less scary than the ones in Rush Hour: Subway Sliders.