iPad Best games to play in class??

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  1. Nate5911

    Nate5911 Well-Known Member

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    #1 Nate5911, Feb 27, 2009
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    I was mind numbingly bored in Physics today so I decided to pull out Slotzracer.. It was the fastest Physics class I have ever had, that game is fun. You only have the push one button to play so it was quite convenient.

    Can you suggest any others that won't be blatantly obvious I am playing?
     
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    Chess Quest. I work in a call center and it's one of the few games I can play during a call because there's no time. Also Puzzle Quest and Moxie.
     
  4. Tennisking1o1

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    I'm pretty sure you should be worried about school more than what app to play in class... It may seem like a good idea right now, but you really do want to get good grades.... That's all I'm saying :rolleyes:
     
  5. DHrox

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    Agree 100%. But for my vote, geoDefence.;) I never said anything.
     
  6. Big Albie

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    #6 Big Albie, Feb 27, 2009
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    Games in class? I wish I could do that in my management meetings :) Kidding, you should really be paying attention...just saying.

    Try Squares or Colony. Those are good in short spurts.
     
  7. Big Albie

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    I can already picture trying to place turrets during physics class. "I was learning the physics of weapons fire."
     
  8. Nate5911

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    My physics class is pretty easy.. Plus I already got accepted to a pretty good college so as long as I don't tank my class's, I am in the clear.
     
  9. BATTLE BORN

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    I once got caught playing an original gameboy brick in class.
    not very discreet I guess... haha
     
  10. DHrox

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    "Oh look! It has particle physics Extra credit right?"
     
  11. Big Albie

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    As long as you're not building a cold fusion reactor in your basement, congratulations!
     
  12. dcescott

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    Lock N Roll. You can close it out and it will save where you left off in case you start feeling guilty or get caught.
     
  13. Big Albie

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    Retro games are really ideal for teaching physics...at least that's how I'd spin it.
     
  14. parranoya

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    Way to aim low! This way you are sure to do something with your life ---not anything important or fullfilling but I always need someone to wash my car. By the way I am an AP chem teacher so I might be a little biased.

    As for playing something in class ---if you are not going to pay attention just play something fun ---the course will still be there anyway and the prof will not care if you pay attention or not....I am assuming this is a uni******* class you are in...if it is highschool.....do something that does not require you to stare at the screen and tap alot ----so Puzzle Quest kind of games with no time limit are the best..... have a long and somewhat successfull life.
     
  15. mek

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    thats what i figured, you must be in highschool and not paying for the class, college

    no offense to that or you.., just if your paying $5,000 for a class, you might want to pay attention, im not talking about the first couple of years of college, the blurry drinking years..but graduate and beyond

    uhm, my recommendation would be a puzzle one, or something that you can look away and make it appear that you are paying attention, so no accel. ones
     
  16. Burton

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    Enigmo ftw
     
  17. DarthPuma

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    I like to play games like WordJong and textropolis in my AP World History class. Only one finger required so you can set your idevice on your leg under the table.

    I have a 4.0 gpa and a 95 in that class, so shut up. :p
     
  18. gekkota

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    Ummm...maybe you should start paying attention in your English class! :rolleyes:
     
  19. Burgkcros223

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    Best Game in Class

    Adrenaline Pool Lite = Also best lite Game :D
     
  20. kiwi91

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    Haha, dude, I don't even worry about being discrete-I just sit there and play whatever!!
    And as for paying attention...eehh, I sleep in the class (the one I play games in usually) and just made a 98 on my last test haha.
    I got accepted into my dream school...so I kind of have senioritis right now, ya know???;)
     

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