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Infinity Blade

Infinity Blade iPad App
Infinity Blade offers dreadful prisons, ten latest enemies and unlocking of dark secrets. After finishing the game there is an option to build the character and unlock more items. There are thirty magic rings, helmets, swords, weapons and shield that you can collect and get them mastered. One can get more than one character slot with sliders, achievements, and adjustable volume controls.

It is a sword fighting game that is full of action and adventures. Initially the game was designed for iPod Touch and iPhone but it is optimized for iPad in a fantastic way. Infinity Blade is that amazing game which is using Unreal Engine 3 Technology which gives you amazingly awesome graphics. You will experience new battle fields and progression of characters in 3D mode. Controls of characters are enhanced such that you can attack, dodge and block with simple taps and swipes of your finger tip. It’s a good game to be played on your iPad.

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Infinity Blade
Chair Entertainment Group, LLC
Infinity Blade
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Infinity Blade, 7.2 out of 10 based on 5 ratings
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March 29, 2011
Posted in Games,iPad Apps List — iPad Apps @ 7:30 am

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  1. Great game with cool graphics! The only problem for me, it is too early to meet the boss. Other than that were blew me away!

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    Comment by Matt — March 29, 2011 @ 9:35 pm

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