informa
2 MIN READ
News

Top iPad game apps: Fancy Pants, Midway Arcade lead paid app charts

Gamasutra rounds up the most popular paid and free iPad gaming applications on the App Store as of today, with Midway Arcade, Fancy Pants, and Waking Mars currently ranking among the platform's top downloads.
[In this weekly column, Gamasutra rounds up the most popular paid and free iPad gaming applications on the App Store as of today, with Midway Arcade, Fancy Pants and Waking Mars currently ranking among the platform's top downloads.] This week's top paid titles are: 1. Midway Arcade ($0.99) 2. Fancy Pants ($0.99) 3. Draw Something ($0.99) 4. Where's My Water? ($0.99) 5. Angry Birds Seasons HD ($1.99) 6. Cut the Rope: Experiments HD ($1.99) 7. Angry Birds HD ($4.99) 8. Fruit Ninja HD ($2.99) 9. Waking Mars ($4.99) 10. iBomber Defense Pacific ($2.99) Warner Bros' retrogaming compilation Midway Arcade spends its second week at the top of the iPad sales charts, but faces new competition from OMGPOP's social drawing title Draw Something and a Chillingo-published port of the popular Flash game Fancy Pants Adventures. Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor developer Tiger Style Games claims ninth place with its recently released platformer Waking Mars, as Chillingo's tower defense title iBomber Defense Pacific ranks in at tenth place in its debut week. Here are this week's top free iPad applications: 1. The Simpsons: Tapped Out 2. Draw Something Free 3. Police Chase Smash 4. Cut the Rope: Experiments HD Free 5. Temple Run 6. Magic Puzzles 7. Hidden Objects: Gardens of Time 8. Mystery Seekers: The Secret of the Haunted Mansion HD 9. Words With Friends HD Free 10. Angry Birds HD Free Electronic Arts tops this week's free charts with its The Simpsons-themed, microtransaction-supported sim title The Simpsons: Tapped Out. An ad-supported version of OMGPOP's Draw Something follows at second place, as Fun Time Games' Police Chase Smash takes third. Former chart-toppers Cut the Rope: Experiments HD Free and Temple Run drop to fourth and fifth place in today's results, meanwhile, as a pair of hidden object games from Disney and Big Fish enter the charts this week at seventh and eighth place.

Latest Jobs

Xbox Game Studios

Redmond, Washington
10.5.22
Technical Lighting Artist

Innogames

Hamburg, Germany
10.5.22
Game Designer - Elvenar

Bandai Namco Mobile

Barcelona, Spain
10.5.22
Principal 3D Animator

Cryptic Studios

Los Gatos, California
10.5.22
Staff Core Software Engineer
More Jobs   

CONNECT WITH US

Explore the
Subscribe to
Follow us

Game Developer Job Board

Game Developer Newsletter

@gamedevdotcom

Explore the

Game Developer Job Board

Browse open positions across the game industry or recruit new talent for your studio

Browse
Subscribe to

Game Developer Newsletter

Get daily Game Developer top stories every morning straight into your inbox

Subscribe
Follow us

@gamedevdotcom

Follow us @gamedevdotcom to stay up-to-date with the latest news & insider information about events & more