This Week’s iPad Charts: Little Inferno Sets The Charts On Fire

This Week’s iPad Charts: Little Inferno Sets The Charts On Fire

The game that single-handedly justified the $350 I spent on Nintendo’s Wii U console back in November came to iPad this week, spreading joy and laughter to Apple tablet gamers everywhere. And flames — can’t forget the flames.

Little Inferno is a magical experience. One moment you’re gleefully dropping items into your Little Inferno Entertainment Fireplace without a care in the world, the next you’re realising how deeply you’ve been drawn into a game that takes place almost entirely on a single screen. In the interest of keeping the experience as pure as possible I’ll stop right there — you just have to play it.

And it looks like plenty of iPad gamers are. Good for them! I’ve purchased it again myself, and I am a cheap bastard, so that’s really saying something.

There were some other games in this week’s charts as well, but they aren’t as important.

Top Paid iPad Games — February 1, 2013

Rank Game Last Week Change
1. Banana Kong 3 +1
2. Minecraft Pocket Edition 1 -1
3. Angry Birds Star Wars HD 2 -1
4. Little Inferno N/A N/A
5. Crafted Battle 5 0
6. Bad Piggies HD 4 -2
7. Temple Run Brave 7 0
8. Words with Friends HD N/A N/A
9. Plague Inc. N/A N/A
10. The Room 9 -1

Top Free iPad Games — February 1, 2013

Rank Game Last Week Change
1. Temple Run 2 1 0
2. What’s the Word HD N/A N/A
3. Early Bird HD N/A N/A
4. Ghostbusters 2 -2
5. Bingo Vegas HD N/A N/A
6. Candy Crush Saga 6 0
7. Star Girl N/A N/A
8. Slots: Valentine’s Edition N/A N/A
9. Pixel People N/A N/A
10. Backbreaker 2: Vengeance N/A N/A

Comments

  • Next on the News, iPad game burns down families house. Loving the game but should Not get into the hands of kids.

    • My kids (8 and 12) loved it, but are also well trained on both fire safety and the separation of gameplay fantasy, and reality. IE, I parent my kids. Overall, more seriously, I can’t see this being worse than a good many games that might get in their hands, and outside of the Fire it lacks much of violence or sexuality, which should make most (half assed) parents happy. 😉

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