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Here are the latest iPad games we have been playing:

I often take my family on a diversion from videogames. Where better than London's Science Museum now it has it's very own augmented reality guide on the iPad?.. read now

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Pinball Arcade modularises video-pinball, but it's the focus on real tables, solid physics and iPad's big screen that is most exciting for silver ball fans... read now

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My Secret Hideout on iPad is more playful than game-like. It's a simple creative toy without any particular goals or rules. Arrange the leaves and it generates a description of your secret hideout... read now

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Cars 2 on iPad comes with its own controller, a toy car. There is much more to this Car controlled app than meets the eye, and it's all tailored for younger players... read now

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All-in Yoga HD offers an accessible and cheap way to get into Yoga. Both my daughter and I have enjoyed the customisable routines and clear explanations... read now

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This week in the family gaming show Loz and Andy talk about Swords and Soldiers coming to iPad, Limbo coming to PS3/PC and the new music game Rocksmith. Also broadcast on Kerrang Radio... listen now

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This week we talk about how Real Racing 2 on iPad mirrors Wii U features, as well as Wii-Play Motion and Resident Evil Mercenaries. All wrapped up by some grumpy old men complaints about kids being too good at games. Also broadcast on Kerrang Radio... listen now

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