UpdatedSo you've got an iPad and now you have no cash left to buy any games. Have no fear, because there are plenty you can get for no money at all.
The social network has revamped its iPad app with a column showing popular games and trending news topics.
RoundupDiscover which cities are prime candidates for development (or destruction) with these ace city sims.
In DepthFrustrated with your real-life inability to take over the world? If so, these games will train your mind for world domination of the tapping-on-a-screen kind.
Cloud gaming service OnLive had admitted to technical difficulties in its attempts to bring the platform to Apple's iPad.
Buying GuideDoodle Jump has since spawned a slew of similar titles, and although few have come close to matching the original's financial success, many offer enough innovation for any iOS gamer obsessed with helping a virtual character bounce towards the stars.
Buying GuideBefore Doom, id Software released another game that established the elements of what we now recognise as a first-person shooter. You need only check out the iOS version of Wolfenstein 3D (£1.49, Universal) to see the lineage.