Vote now for your favorite hardcore iPhone/iPad game! – TiPb Awards

TiPb.com 2010 App, Accessory, and iOS awards

The 2010 TiPb Awards are underway and it's time to vote on all your favorite social iPhone/iPad game of the year. You know what we're talking about. The ones where you pwn -- er, share with -- your friends. Where you try to oust them, out grow them, out shoot them, out build them, or just out spell them.

iPhone or iPad, regular, HD version, or universal binary, there are tons of candidates but there can only be one 2010 TiPb Award winner, so vote up in the pole above and then let us know why you chose the favorite you did in comments below. (And if you don't see your favorite here, add it as a write-in as well!)

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Vote now for your favorite hardcore iPhone/iPad game! – TiPb Awards

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I'm gonna have to go with Other: Rage HD I love this game. I haven't played any of the Call of Duties on my Phone yet. So I'm gonna have to try it out because its my favorite game on Playstation 3 and I'd like to see how it is on the phone. Ugh, if they could figure out a way to play these games on the Apple TV it would be insane.

Rage HD played either on my iPad, or better still, on an HD TV, although only on Yellow, Red, and White RCA connectors. The iPad only displays a black screen, but you only need 4 or 5 hot spot areas. The graphics are excellent, and the game play is just as fast as it is on the native iPad.
Rage HD shows the type of content possible on a standard iPhone 4 or first gen iPad. Must be seen to be believed.

Why the heck is Rage HD not listed? Did Id software run over the editors dog or something??? It's the only reason ican fathom why one of the most significant iOS game releases have yet to get a SINGLE mention on this blog.