The 10 best games to show off your iPad 2

10 of the best iPad games that can show off the power of Apple's second-generation tablet

Monkey Island Tales 1 HD: Does anyone remember the original Monkey Island point-and-click adventure games? This is a great long-form game for your iPad 2 if you're the kind of person that wants something a little more substantial than a 30-second round of Angry Birds. The first episode of Tales of Monkey Island is titled Launch of the Screaming Narwhal, so you know it's got to be good. We really, really recommend you give Monkey Island a go — it might not be revolutionary, but it's definitely a magical experience to play.

Find Monkey Island Tales 1 HD here on the iTunes App Store.

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