Infinity Blade has acquired the iTunes Store by violent storm. In just about 4 days, we discovered the game brought forth about $1.6 million seemly the “fastest grossing app” e'er in the app store. Just in case you're still busy twiddling fingers, trying to hit a bundle of good-for-nothing pigs, take a 2-minute break to check into the attractive visuals that are on offer in Infinity Blade.
The game will price you $5.99 on the iTunes store, but you will be able to get a experience of the game by downloading Epic Citadel.
It is a free tech demonstration brought out by Epic that lets you roam about the same environs without fighting anybody, which is what generally befalls in a Tech demo. This, incidentally, is as is demo through with which Epic Games showcased their Unreal engine for the iOS.
Infinity Blade isn't about visuals though; the gameplay involves fast activity and will test your swordsmanship. As far as the plat bore on, it is a comparatively simple one where players wander about a realm and save its folks by annihilation the barbarous ruler and his evil drives.
Now this evil swayer isn't your day-to-day boss, where finishing him comes down to simple button braying and a bit of canny blocking. God King (as he is recognised) will eat through your geneses till you upgrade your arsenal importantly. Approaching him differently will lead to an quick and dreadful death.
After seeing how well the game's executed, Epic Games have adjudicated to shower the community with a lot of arms & armour, which will be followed by a multiplayer update next calendar month. This update will include 5 blades, bucklers and helmets. The level cap will as well be upped by 5 and so will the number of foes.
Price: $ 5.99 On itunes
Devices: 3rd generation iPod touch, iPhone and iPad