I saw today there was a Witcher game released for the iPhone today. I haven't tried it on the iPad yet.
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery
is supposed to be pretty cool.
There's a moment in Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP when you come up to a lake, with the moon reflected in the water, and one word appears on screen: believe. And you realize you can walk on water.
Sworcery is a game of moments: some as small as watching a deer hop into the bushes, others more revelatory and world-changing. But each one is powerful. It's an intimate game that makes you feel like it was created solely with you in mind. A point-and-click adventure that won't make you feel frustrated, with puzzles that often force you to simply poke around until you find the solution. It's leisurely at times, and heart-pounding at others. It's like nothing else you've played before.
The story is much like every other video game. You play as a lone adventurer on a quest to stop a powerful evil from consuming the land. The path you take is far from traditional, however. It's downright strange. Much of the appeal lies in the mystery, so we'll leave the details for you to explore on your own.