Enter Epic Citadel, the dynamic fantasy setting of the award-winning Infinity Blade.

From the circus bazaar to the sweeping cathedral in the center of town, Epic Citadel dazzles with a visual parade of special effects, as only imagined by Epic Games and powered by the critically acclaimed Unreal Engine 3.

Are you ready to explore the realm of the Epic Citadel and all the beautiful secrets it holds?

Epic Citadel was created using the same tools and technology used to develop high-end console games, now delivered for iOS devices!

What's New

Version 1.1

Added support for 5th generation iPhone and iPod touch devices.

Added support for 4th generation iPad devices.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5

343 Ratings

343 Ratings

Epic Adventure! Challenging and fun.

iDan iKnight

I am still enjoying this game for a few minutes each day. Truth be told, it is adrenaline-pumping!

The battles against the orcs and goblins are fun and not too difficult. Once you learn their respective vulnerabilities, they're the typical fodder for grinding that pervades these types of games.

The first dragon was tough, but fortunately I had already discovered the Crossbow of Woe. Had I not been lucky enough to stumble upon it just minutes before, I don't think my Destiny Longsword would have been sufficient. I was not yet armored enough for a melee combat. All I had was a +5 helm and a leather jacket. So ranged attack was ideal.

Useful tip: if you start pick-pocketing the guards early, instead of bribing them, you can build up the skill enough so by the time you get to the armory past the Golden Flagon Tavern, you won't even have to use the drugged meade on them to make a successful pick-pocket. This saves money and lets you have a chance of getting some rare keys. I got the Blue Sapphire key to Werdna's Storage, as well as the Onyx Key which I only recently discovered gives you access to the Weeping Droge vault. 5k xp right there, so that was awesome.

Still discovering new adventures all the time. Great game! Keep the updates coming! I'm eager to see what is beyond the Bridge Tanthoo once I get the fifth gem for the gate receptacle. :D

A wonderful tech demo


This was the last app I thought I'd see an update for but knowing the original and then the update, my iPad 2 now performs like it should. Full 60FPS in every area when the older version was really coded for the older A4 processor in the first generation iPad and a marvel to see in action on a iPhone 4 with the retina display.

Coming back to the update, far more speed was squeezed from my iOS devices than I expected.

I did hope for more effects that were not in the previous release to show even more power of the Unreal Engine 3. While nothing was really added to the scenery, speed surely was a huge surprise compared to the much older and somewhat forgotten app.

Use your potential!


Wonderful graphics, even better than infinity blade 2. Detailed landscape. But here's one thing. There isn't enough to explore. You can't climb over rocks or fall off a cliff to reach new horizons. In the entrance to the citadel there is a hole in the ground with wood bars. I can see a floor inside. So why can't I go down there? There's a winding road near the river, but you can't go to it. By the tents, there is a door leading somewhere, but it also is barred. Everywhere you see barriers blocking new elements! There are second stories to buildings that you can't reach! Great game but needs some interactivity. Also, this will sound childish, but you guys should have more secret places, and have a multiplayer hide and seek element.


Epic Games International, S.a.r.l.
100.7 MB
Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2013 Epic Games, Inc.


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