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Sister site FingerGaming rounds up the week's most popular paid and free iPad gaming applications on the App Store as of today, with Scrabble, RAGE HD and Trucks and Skulls HD currently ranking among the

Danny Cowan, Blogger

November 25, 2010

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[Sister site FingerGaming rounds up the week's most popular paid and free iPad gaming applications on the App Store as of today, with Scrabble, RAGE HD and Trucks and Skulls HD currently ranking among the platform's top downloads.] This week's top paid titles are: 1. Scrabble for iPad ($4.99) 2. RAGE HD ($1.99) 3. Angry Birds HD ($4.99) 4. Trucks and Skulls HD ($1.99) 5. Lego Harry Potter ($4.99) 6. Cut the Rope HD ($1.99) 7. Let's Golf! 2 HD ($0.99) 8. The Settlers HD ($0.99) 9. Splinter Cell Conviction HD ($0.99) 10. Reckless Racing HD ($0.99) EA's Scrabble for iPad moves up to capture the top spot in today's iPad games sales chart during a Thanksgiving sale event. Last week's chart leader RAGE HD drops to second place, while Appy's Trucks and Skulls and Warner Bros' Lego Harry Potter see strong debuts at fourth and fifth. Gameloft earns three spots in today's chart with recent price drops for Let's Golf! 2 HD, The Settlers HD, and Splinter Cell Conviction HD, while EA's Reckless Racing HD returns at tenth place during a promotional sale. Here are this week's top free iPad applications: 1. Paper Toss HD Free 2. Simon Says 3. RocketBird Premium for iPad 4. Tap Reef HD 5. Hit Tennis 2 6. Jewel Craft HD Lite 7. Bust a Marble 8. Smurfs' Village 9. Poker Free HD 10. Solitaire Backflip Studios' Paper Toss HD Free remains the iPad's top free download for the third week running, outperforming recent challengers like Madcap's Simon clone Simon Says and BeTomorrow's RocketBird Premium. Capcom's Smurfs' Village sees a sharp decline in popularity, meanwhile, dropping to eighth after claiming second place last week. Newcomers Tap Reef HD and Hit Tennis 2 make a big impression at fourth and fifth, as mainstays Poker Free HD and Solitaire close out today's results at ninth and tenth.

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Danny Cowan is a freelance writer, editor, and columnist for Gamasutra and its subsites. Previously, he has written reviews and feature articles for gaming publications including 1UP.com, GamePro, and Hardcore Gamer Magazine.

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