Finally, Draw Something supports the new iPad's Retina display

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Draw Something TitanicWe know, you were holding out on joining the Draw Something craze, because the game simply didn't look sharp enough on your flashy new iPad. Rest easy, early adopter: OMGPOP has updated its mega hit to support the new iPad's Retina display. Now, you can finally scrawl those doodles only a toddler could begin to understand in glorious HD.

You won't even be able to see the pixels in those swathes of black digital ink. The shiny intro screen will look all the more dazzling, and your friends' tiny portraits will pop underneath the new iPad's 2 bajllion by 1,500-something-or-other pixels. And the way those letter bombs explode will look 187 percent more real, we're told by ... [Ed. Note: We'll think up a name before this post goes live.]

There you have it folks: Draw Something is now available for free in more pixels than you care to think about. (You know, since the game is basically an addictive finger painting simulator for most?) Seriously, if you were waiting to download Draw Something on your fresh iPad until it supported the Retina display, you're the worst kind of snob. Just play the dang game already--everybody else you know is.

[Via TouchArcade]

[Image Credit: Hongkiat]

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