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Samsung is no stranger to immense popularity and sales figures in India. In fact, the company has been a dominant name in the smartphone business. And although the same is slightly lesser in terms of tablet sales, still the company can boast enough sales.
Keeping the tradition up, at the previously held New York-based Galaxy Premiere 2014 event, Samsung made its most awaited Galaxy Tab S tablet series official along with a number of impressive accessories.
The company, at the event, successfully unveiled the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and Galaxy Tab 8.4. The accessories range for the same comprised of Book Cover, Simple Cover and Bluetooth Keyboard. Also an audio gear series called Level consisting of 3 headphones was announced at the same event.
Needless to say, both the Tab S devices have arrived as potential rivals to Apple's own iPad offerings. However, our focus currently lies with the Tab 10.5 device that offers greater screen of the two.
But while all its specs are great to splurge money on it, let us tell you that the tablet is also a great support in terms of gaming. And with its brightly lit screen, the experience could turn out to be a whole lot better.
So here's a look at the top 10 best games that will surely bring out the best of the experience.
With the big screen of the Tab S 10.5, racing is surely a different experience. And nothing is selling better in the market than the massively popular Asphalt 8: Airborne title. Already been called as the one of the top games in recent times, the game offers 56 high-performance cars, newly recorded high-fidelity car motor sounds for realistic audio immersion and top licensed manufacturers that makes the treat even greater.
Angry Birds Star Wars is a pretty nice game for tablets. While the game is anyway a great deal, it gets even better with the Tab S' big scree. The game requires players to use Star Wars weaponry to smash down scenery apart from its well known destructive physics action.
Super Hexagon is all about controlling a tiny triangle. Sounds easy? That's because you haven't tried it out yet. The triangle keeps hovering around a hexagon in the middle of a screen, with waves of incoming walls spinning toward it. You objective is to navigate the triangle to the portion of the wall that has an opening. Try it out on the new Tab 10.5.
Take your tablet on a ride with some aliens to shoot around. Anomaly 2 is actually a great improvement over the destruction-filled alien invasion graphics that we were treated to with Anomaly: Warzone Earth. And with its obust single-player campaign mode and an addictive multiplayer mode, you tablet becomes the latest weapon.
This one may not be that big a deal for many, but the prospect of taking over a flight and guiding it safely to its destination sounds like quite the challenge. Air Control deliver. And with a large screen at your disposal, rest assured that controlling flights will feel like a breeze. All you need is a swish of your finger to guide the flights.
If you have bee gaming for quite some time now, you won't be a stranger to the Rayman games that have attained quite the popularity all across the planet. Rayman Fiesta Run involves automatic running along with player-executed jumping and punching (similar to other games in the series). And all that looks brilliant on a bigger screen.
And yet again we head into the vast universe of racing titles for Android. This time, however, we take Angry Birds Go into account. As the name suggests, it's a racing game that involves a lot of physics while competing against the piggies. This is one of those titles that's better on bigger screens. And the Tab S 10.5 fits the bill.
Into the Dead can be tagged as a proper zombie game for Android tablets that sees players running for their life in a zombie apocalypse. you have to survive the wave of onslaught from the hoarding undead, and a bigger screen gives you that chill feeling running down your spines. Looks great on a bigger screen.
Reaper sees a mini, pale Black Swordsmith protagonist surrounded by colorful backgrounds. While his sword-slashing animations can't really be called gore, but it still offers immense enjoyment to all those preferring a good old hack and slash game. While the game is great on mobiles, bigger screen means more area to operate with.
How can we make a list of games and not include DT2 into it? Dead Trigger 2 is quite the zombie shooter that we have seen in a long time. Dead Trigger 2 is constantly evolving and expanding. Players can travel across 9 regions in different parts of the world and explore 30 unique environments. Also, there are 33 different kinds of weapons to choose from with more than 600 gameplay scenarios.