Players build a Smurf village from scratch, creating new homes, gardens, and bridges. The catch? If you want your village to grow, you have to buy "Smurf Berries" -- magical fruit that help the smurfs work faster -- within the app. (Prices range from $4.99 for 50 berries to $59.99 for 1,000). Otherwise, it could take hours to advance a level.
Price: The app is free, but you have to pay for the Smurf Berries that speed along gameplay.
This version has all the same levels as the iPhone version, but the graphics are scaled for the iPad's larger screen. It may not be worth the extra cash if you already have the game on iPhone, but rest assured, it's just as fun and addicting as its little brother.
You'll be slicing and dicing for hours with Fruit Ninja
Fruit Ninja consistently ranks as one of the top ten paid iOS apps.
The concept is simple: players slash fruit by swiping their finger across the screen. It's easy, fun, and nearly impossible to stop playing.