Infinity Blade, the game based on the high graphics quality seen in the demo of Epic Citadel, is now available on the App Store.
During the presentation of the iPhone 4 and its high definition Retina, a free demo game called Epic Citadel was presented which stunned users with its graphics quality, while also promising a game with beauty rarely seen on mobile handsets thanks to the exploitation of the "Unreal 3" 3D engine.
From this promising demo, we now have the full version of Infinity Blade, based on the medieval universe. The release, edited by Chair Entertainment Group, offers a story where you have to take your character to the confrontation with the God-King at the final kingdom to free the country which has fallen under his evil control.
While the graphics are certainly up to scratch, it isn’t possible to freely stroll around the Infinity Blade universe. Your progress is guided from combat to combat, with these confrontations requiring tactile movements on your part. You will also be able to evolve your character by providing him with new weapons and armour, and discovering new spells.
The editor also promises that the game will be enriched with new objects and zones to explore in the future updates. Infinity Blade is 318 MB and can be played on the iPhone/iPod Touch, as well as the iPad (it is a universal application).