If you were wondering what the best reviewed iPad games on the web this last month were, here’s the iPad Quality Index (Qi) round-up for April to fill you in.
The iPad Quality Index boasts over 100,000 scores from the world’s best websites, such as 148Apps, Pocket Gamer, and AppSpy, and uses a unique metric to create a single definitive score for each iPad title.
Here are April 2013’s top selections:
1 Letter Attack
2 The Silent Age
Publisher: House on Fire
3 Gemini Rue
Publisher: Wadjet Eye Games
Publisher: Two Lives Left
6 94 Seconds
7 Cut the Rope: Time Travel
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Publisher: Lonely Few
10 Final Fantasy V
Publisher: Square Enix
(N.B. The monthly games chart is based on titles released and reviewed in the last month. The apps chart is based on titles reviewed over the last three months. Hence, this is not a cumulative chart and earlier released titles may have higher scores.)
Letter Attack is the highest-scoring game in April’s iPad Qi game chart. The word game business is on a bit of a high at the moment, and heftyApps’s attempt is a worthwhile addition to the genre. Not far behind at #3 is Gemini Rue, yet another classic point-and-click adventure game that has successfully made the jump to iOS. This masterful sci-fi detective story has the critics hooked. In fourth spot, the maker of Badland takes one-button gameplay to all new levels of artistry. Featuring an enchanting silhouette art style and a mysterious world, Frogmind’s game is a tactile delight. Finally, we have the much-anticipated sequel to an iOS great. Yes, in Cut the Rope: Time Travel we witness the return of the candy-chomping Om Nom. This time around, though, he’s accompanied by a variety of time-displaced partners, which mixes up the physics-puzzling rather nicely.
What do you think of the top Ipad games of April? Do you think these games deserve the scores? Let us know what you think in the comments below.