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Infinity Blade II

By Chair Entertainment Group, LLC

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**2011 IGN "Mobile Game of the Year"**
**2012 AIAS "Mobile Game of the Year"**
**Winner of the IMGA "Excellence in Gameplay" and "Grand Prix" Awards**
**Entertainment Weekly's "Top 10 Video Games of 2011"**
**15 Perfect Scores and more than 20 Game of the Year Awards**

The award-winning Infinity Blade story continues!

IGN - 10 out of 10 - Editor's Choice
TOUCH GEN - 5 out of 5 - Editor's Choice
TOUCH ARCADE - 5 out of 5
USA TODAY - 4 out of 4
G4TV.COM - 5 out of 5
APPOLICIOUS - 5 out of 5
MODOJO - 5 out of 5
SLIDE TO PLAY - 4 out of 4
GAMESPOT - 9 out of 10 - Editor's Choice

IGN - "Infinity Blade 2 is a must own"
Touch Arcade - "An iOS Masterpiece"
INTO MOBILE - "The King of iOS Gaming Continues its Reign."
IGN - "The Perfect Sequel"
USA TODAY - "A masterful mobile epic!"

The God King has been defeated, an unlikely hero has emerged and now you must discover the truth behind the secrets of the Infinity Blade. The continuing journey of young Siris unfolds as you delve deeper into the world of the Deathless tyrants and their legion of Titans. Can you unlock all the mysteries and successfully wield the power of the Infinity Blade in this timeless swordplay adventure of champions and villains?

A Robust & Dynamic 3D World:
Explore beautiful and immersive environments that dynamically change over time during your travels and venture to exotic locations such as the Asian themed Saydhi’s Estate or the medieval inspired Vault of Tears featuring multiple paths to explore.

Featuring 3 All-New Styles of Combat:
Now you can choose from multiple classes of weapons, armor and spells, each with specialized capabilities such as Dual Wielding, Two-Handed and the standard Weapon & Shield class. Learn each discipline by using Infinity Blade II’s intuitive pick-up and play game play style that is easy to use, yet difficult to master!

Infinity Blade’s Trademark Character Customization Evolved:
Create and forge even more powerful weapons with mystical objects you discover and collect along your journey, expanding your overall arsenal with all-new elemental powers & capabilities!

Massively Social Global Challenges:
Jump into ClashMob, an innovative new gaming experience that allows you to earn rewards by participating in massively social, asynchronous global challenges. Post your progress to Facebook and Twitter feeds and recruit friends to your own “Mob” to earn special perks, unlock new achievements, and gain rewards! Note: The ClashMob feature is free and optional and will require you to log-in via your Facebook account.

The Secrets of Your Past Revealed:
Delve deeper into the fantastical story of Infinity Blade as your journey leads you to the realm of the mysterious Deathless Saydhi and discover the truth about the Worker of Secrets and the powers he holds.

The Latest in iOS features Powered by Unreal Technology:
The definitive visual experience in mobile gaming, complete with all-new iCloud support and HDMI output.

Universal App:
Play Infinity Blade on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPad, iPad 2, the New iPad, iPod Touch 3 (16 GB and above), or iPod Touch 4 for a single low price.

Notes:
- If you are experiencing technical issues with the App, please visit the Infinity Blade II support page at: http://infinitybladegame.com/faq
- It is highly recommended that you upgrade your device to the latest iOS version.
- Parents: you can turn off In-App purchasing in the iOS settings.
- The ClashMob social networking feature is free and optional, and will require you to log-in via your Facebook account.

What's New in Version 1.3.2

*Bonus Content - includes ClashMob, Vault of Tears, and Sky Cages expansion packs!

- Supports full iPhone 5 resolution, iPad 4th generation, and iPad mini - and it looks amazing!
- Fully compatible with iOS 7

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Customer Reviews

StoryLine

This storyline was enjoyable but you must play it again to Fully understand what's happening. First of all the Worker if secrets can take The Deathless Immortality with the strange Blue Crystal in his right Hand. Don't understand? Well I know this Because at the end of the game you see him in his cell and his right hand has this blue crystal or amulet in his hand. It took me about 3 times finishing the game to finally understand why that scene was added, BUT I realized this last scene was connected to the scene when you Finally defeat High Lord Thane. Thane comes back when u open the WorkerOfSecrets chamber. And once you defeat thane the WorkerOfSecrets takes his Immortality. When he does take his immortality he uses his right hand,the same hand the crystal or amulet was in, and Blue beams of light explode everywhere, and this was the same color of the Crystal or amulet in the Last Scene.* Also I think that InfinityBlade has some connection to extremely moderne technology. This is because there are extremely hard contractions that would be simple if you had tech. And! One if the Bosses that guard the Life Taking thing uses Tech when he jumps into his mechanical Dog and the dog itself is mech because you see him Fixing it when you walk in.* ok I'm done Now* I hope this answered Some of your questions And sparked enthusiasm for the Next Infinity Blade.*P.S. In order to Understand any of this you must Finish the game at least once !!!!!

Review contains spoilers

I have played the crap out of this game! I like how the game put more of an emphasis on parrying, because in IB1 you would dodge 99% of the time, or at least I would. I do not mind the repetitive areas, and I always felt like there was something I could do. Whether it was collecting all of the vile armor, finding all of the map treasures, defeating the deathless prisoners, experimenting with gems and breeding the ultimate one, and ESPECIALLY defeating Ryth. Every blue circle tapped felt like an adventure, as I grow rivalries and certain grudges towards certain enemies, or just wanting to have fun by slapping people with a fish or two hams. Although it may have gotten frustrating at times, I never thought that I would play this game without facing some sort of challenge. It was particularly easy to save up and get new gear to fight the constantly strengthening enemies, and even if I just got an epic sword I always still felt like I could die just as easily as before. I personally like this. However there were mishaps. For one, sometimes when I correctly parried an opponent and it said "PARRY" I would still get hit and take damage almost as if I didn't parry at all. Whether this is a glitch or it is some sort of mechanic in the game I do not know. I have spent many hours on this game and I truly think that it is the best iPhone app ever to exist.

Infinity Blade II is a must!

I'm not going to lie, this game IS repetitive and some may be a little skeptical about the repetitiveness of this title. But is that a bad thing? Not in the slightest! Repetitious as it is, oddly enough, works well for this game and is part of the core gameplay. Even one who doesn't enjoy routine, will still find each battle gratifying as he/she builds the character Siris' stats through a unique leveling system involving equipped weapons, armor and accessories with a gain limit, in order to topple greater foes. I'd played this title for a better part of a year, and I still play this one quite a bit, and I have all 3 titles. Great series, as each one has similar mechanics, each offering less or more than the other.

The only complaint I have is that of another reviewer in that there are times when the animation during the finishing scenes does not fit with the current weapon equipped, as most animations had a large sword in mind rather than an axe. And I must say it does look rather silly to "stab" a hammer through an enemy as if holding it like a rapier. That said, I have no major complaints and think this is a title nearly anyone can enjoy.

I give it 5 stars, because even with its minor shortcomings, it's still a great game at heart with superb mechanics and gorgeous graphics and should please most, rather than not.

Infinity Blade II
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $6.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.3.2
  • Size: 1.10 GB
  • Languages: English, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish
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Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
  • Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
  • Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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