The iPad celebration continues after what appears to be quite a successful international launch. The iPad madness descended today on nine countries internationally. Huge lines were reported in Japan, Germany, UK, Australia and other countries.
To continue the festivities, Gameloft, a leading international publisher and developer of downloadable video games, announced the release of seven new titles for your iPad.
Gameloft’s new titles for the iPad are: Blokus, GT Racing: Motor Academy, Real Football 2010, Chess Classics, Brain Challenge, Real Tennis, and Gangstar: West Coast Hustle. The new games should be available on the App Store in early June.
“The iPad is the most user-friendly portable game platform available that will once again transform your experience with digital and downloadable games. We’ve supported the iPad since its launch in the U.S. in early April with titles that have garnered critical acclaim. We’re eager to expand our selection of games for the launch of the iPad in these new territories,” commented Michel Guillemot, president and founder of Gameloft.
We know Gameloft very well. They have established a solid reputation as a game developer. They are one of the first major publishers on the App Store with sixty-five iPhone games launched since July 2008 and fifteen games available on the iPad.
The new iPad titles will join the existing catalog of iPad games, including bestsellers such as N.O.V.A. – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance, Asphalt 5, Hero of Sparta, UNO and Iron Man 2.
The following video shows you the variety of games that Gameloft already offers you.