Best Role-playing Games for iPad Mini: Get Ready for some Addictive Action!

Best Role-playing Games for iPad Mini: Get Ready for some Addictive Action!

Role-playing games for the iPad Mini (iPad) are great because the device presents a better interface than the iPhone. There are several hundred RPGs on the App Store and quite a handful of them have become known in the cyberspace.

There are, of course, a few of these that are insanely great which we thought should be added to our list of the best role-playing games for the iPad Mini.

Here’s our pick. Take a look and add to this list your favorite ones!

Blood Brothers (RPG)

Blood Brothers for iPad MiniBlood Brothers RPG is one heck of a game when it comes to playing a dark fantasy. You take on the mantle of a hero turned vampire who dethrones a corrupt empire. It’s not exactly the kind of a game that you’d want to download if you’re not into a lot of strategy and fighting. But if you are, you’ll get hooked to this.

Ninja Saga

Ninja Saga for iPadNinja Saga is a little less serious than Blood Brothers RPG but it gives a fantastic look at the world of Ninjas. You get to team up with three other ninjas, choose your own style and set of weapons and outfit and evolve into a powerful warrior through the game.

Kingdom Age

Kingdom Age for iPad MiniKingdom Age is not just a hugely popular multiplayer game but it’s also one of the greatest online RPGs ever. I can’t even begin to describe Kingdom Age (that’ll take another post of its own!). It’s a full-fledged RPG that’s enthralling at every level.

Avalon Wars

Avalon Wars for iPad MiniTake Kingdom Age and add some scientific elements to it and push the date to the future and you’ve got Avalon Wars. Yet another massively multiplayer RPG game that can guarantee hours of fun and entertainment. Warning: don’t get hooked over to this!

TinyVillage

TinyVillage for iPadHow about raising some pre-historic creatures and creating a pre-historic world of your own? Thinking of mammoths and sabers and dinosaur pets? Well, Tiny Village could very well be the game you’re after if that’s the case. It’s a neat little game that’s hours of fun sans all the seriousness of most popular RPG games for the iPad Mini.