Zen Bound for iPad

Game development company Secret Exit has announced that not only is it porting its popular iPhone game Zen Bound to the iPad, but the game will be enhanced for the new hardware and will include new levels and controls. Click through the gallery for some work-in-progress images.

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Zen Bound for iPad

In Zen Bound, players try to "free" various wooden sculptures from the ties that bind them. It's a Zen-like exercise that's supposed to be calming and promote reflection.

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Zen Bound for iPad

Zen Bound 2 for the iPad is being billed as "both a sequel and a revision" to the original. It's supposed to show up around April 3, when Apple's new tablet is set for release in the United States.

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Zen Bound for iPad

"Zen Bound is designed to challenge in a subtle way. It does not attack or force the player," developer Secret Exit says of the game. No blood or gore in this title, in other words.

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Zen Bound for iPad

Anticipation has been building around the arrival of iPad games, but Zen Bound 2 marks the first set of actual screenshots of such a game we've seen so far.

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Zen Bound for iPad

Zen Bound features an original down-tempo soundtrack from Ghost Money to complement the serene images onscreen.

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Zen Bound for iPad

Apple has said it expects many developers to create updated versions of their iPhone/iPod Touch games to take advantage of the iPad's larger, 9.7-inch capacitive touch-screen display. Expect to see many coming down the pike.

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