Set several thousand years prior to the events in the classic Infinity Blade series, gamers will assume the role of an apprentice weaponsmith who serves the Master of the Forge, sent forth on a perilous quest to forge the one thing the Deathless will come to fear most: the Infinity Blade.
With a dynamic camera system that takes you in and out of battle, weapon crafting and exploration, Infinity Blade: Dungeons is an innovative take on the dungeon-crawling experience while also expanding the Infinity Blade universe. And with the latest Unreal Engine technology, it showcases what is possible for Apple’s new iPad.
“Just like Apple has raised the bar for mobile computing, the Infinity Blade franchise has continually re-defined expectations for mobile gaming,” said Epic Games President Dr. Michael Capps (@EpicActual). “With Infinity Blade: Dungeons we continue the tradition of melding exciting gameplay with beautiful, rich worlds powered by Unreal Engine technology; and Apple’s new iPad allows us to push the boundaries even further.”
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About Infinity Blade:
In December 2010, Epic Games’ award-winning studio ChAIR Entertainment forever changed the landscape of mobile gaming with the introduction of “Infinity Blade” for iOS. Powered by Unreal Engine 3, “Infinity Blade” brought handheld gaming to new heights with gorgeous visuals, adrenaline-fueled battles and advanced character progression in a fully 3D castle realm. With millions of players worldwide, “Infinity Blade” is one of the most popular games ever launched on the App Store, receiving numerous Editor’s Choice and Game of the Year accolades, as well as the “Excellence in Design” Award at the 2011 International Mobile Game Awards and the prestigious 2011 Apple Design Award. The award-winning sequel, “Infinity Blade II,” was successfully launched in Dec. 2011 and remains one of the most-popular, best-reviewed games on the App Store. “Infinity Blade II” won the IMGA “Excellence in Gameplay” and overall “Grand Prix” awards and was also named “Mobile Game of the Year” by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences.