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The Best iPad Pro Games II | Expert Recommendations

This article showcases our top picks for the Best iPad Pro Games. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Genshin Impact

This product was recommended by Jason Cordes from CocoLoan

For good reason, Genshin Impact was one of the most popular games last year. The game is stunning with its JRPG-style graphic direction, but it also includes an addictive gameplay loop, a plethora of collectible fully-voiced characters, and a lengthy tale with gobs of side stuff. If you haven’t tried Genshin Impact yet, you’re seriously losing out.

Magic the Gathering

This product was recommended by Jason Cordes from CocoLoan

Arena fans have been anxiously waiting for a mobile edition of the game for some time, with iOS and Mac players waiting longer than their counterparts. But it’s finally here, and it was well worth the wait.

The Oregon Trail

This product was recommended by Rob Greene from Price of Meat

It’s an updated, expanded, and twenty-first-century version of one of the first adventure games released to mainstream computing audiences in the eighties. The player controls the fate of settlers venturing out into the unknown frontier of the Old West in order to find a new life, and whether they make it or is based entirely on the decisions that you, as the architect of their destiny, make at every stage of the journey. It’s fascinating, engrossing, (sort of) historically accurate, and thoroughly addictive.

League of Legends

This product was recommended by Caitlyn Parish from Cicinia

This is the perfect game to play with friends or family. It is a very involved game and it can have a great impact on building teamwork or simply keeping busy when you want to spend time with loved ones but lack an activity to do together. It consists of two teams of five players competing in player-versus-player warfare, with each team occupying and defending half of the battlefield. Every player controls a character called a champion, with unique skills and different playing styles. Champions gain power during a match by accumulating experience points, earning gold, and purchasing things in order to defeat the enemy side. League of Legends has garnered mostly positive feedback, with critics praising the game’s accessibility, character designs, and production value.The game’s long history has resulted in a critical reappraisal, with good reviews trending.

Don’t Starve: Pocket Edition

This product was recommended by David Gu from Inyouths LED Mirrors

The popular survival game is now available on iPad! You assume the role of Wilson, an intrepid gentleman scientist who awakens in a strange environment. Your aim? Utilize the environment and fend off hostile monsters, then escape and return home. You will gather materials, build things and structures, farm, combat monsters, and seek for food after starting with nothing. Don’t Starve: Pocket Edition’s dark, quirky visuals and randomly generated new landscapes ensure that you will never weary of starting anew.

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Written by Zak Parker

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