Just thought I'd mock up a few idea of which existing games and game types would work well on the iSlate/iPad. I reckon RTS, simulation, turn based strategies, tower defence, point and click adventures and hack and slash games would work even better on the iSlate than the iPhone. WarCraft 3 Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos (War3 or WC3 or RoC) is a real-time strategy computer game released by Blizzard Entertainment. Broken Sword: Directors Cut Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars - Director's Cut is the fifth title in the Broken Sword series, a remake of the original Broken Sword, and was released on the Nintendo DS and Wii in March 2009. It has been submitted to the App Store and will be available to iPhone and iPod Touch users by the end of the month, and the developers have expressed interest in bringing it to an Apple tablet. Europa Universalis III Europa Universalis III (EUIII) is a grand strategy computer game by Paradox Interactive. The original game (without expansions) starts in 1453, right after the Fall of Constantinople, and continues to 1789, just past the beginning of the French Revolution. The player controls a nation and handles matters concerning war, diplomacy, trade, and the economy. Fieldrunners Y'all know this. Diablo 3 (lol) Diablo III is an action role-playing game in a hack and slash and dungeon-roaming style, currently in development as the third installment of Blizzard's Diablo franchise. Sims 3 The Sims 3 is a strategic life simulation video game in The Sims franchise, originally created by Maxis. Escape Velocity: Nova Escape Velocity Nova (a.k.a. EV Nova or EVN) is a computer game by Ambrosia Software, in collaboration with ATMOS. It is the third game in the Escape Velocity series of space trading & combat games.