iTunes Preview Accidentally Leaks iPad Apps?

PadGadget did some digging around Apple's web-based iTunes Preview and came across what look to be some already-approved iPad apps. The give away? The use of HD (High Definition) or XL (eXtra-Large) in the title to signify the bigger 9.7 inch, 1024x768 pixel iPad display. Some of the titles discovered include:

  • Ammoin HD
  • Azkend HD
  • Flight Control HD
  • Grind HD
  • HD Recovery
  • Labyrinth 2 HD
  • NBA Hotshot HD
  • Numba HD
  • Plants vs. Zombie HD
  • Sparkle HD
  • Worms HD

You can't download them yet, of course, but unless you're one of the biggest reviewers on the planet you probably don't have an iPad to play them on anyway...

Anything in there you're dying to play? I suspect Plants vs. Zombie HD is getting Jeremy's hard earned cash day one...

[PadGadget via MacRumors]

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