By Bob Smolenski Web Design
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Real-time P2P Fencing game . Connect to a friend on iPhone or iPad or any other platform. Fence against computer opponent foil, saber and épée. Drag to parry, tap touché. Use the audio cues to hear the blades. "Round of 8" tournament against ever faster opponents.
What's New in Version 2.0.0
Real-time P2P. Fence your friend over a shared WiFi connection. Any mobile device can connect to your iPad or iPhone.
Fun app for foil & épée
This is a fun app for foil and épée and it's great to see an app make an attempt at simulating fencing. It would be nice if different computer opponents acted differently, or initiated attacks, but it's still fun.
The saber fencing is just awful (coming from a real saber fencer). Everything is just wrong...the game ignores right of way (seriously...every straight attack is a simultaneous?!) the only two attacks the computer uses are just weird (one being a point attack), you can't control the orientation of your saber very well at all (ex. No disengages), and you can't parry like you would in real life. I just gave up on saber fencing in this app.
Great gameplay, some yips
Finally a fencing app for the iPad/Phone. Intuitive swipe controls capture almost light speed action of real fencing. Only ripoff is if you win a Race to 5 in foil, I only got to play a
title tournament before it crashed; there seems to be a crash issue getting from qualifiers to tournaments. Fix that and this app will get to the next level.
My 10 year old son wanted me to buy this for him.
So I did. He enjoys playing it but he says "I wanted it so much that I forgot about all the lagging." So he just thinks that the other fencer should move more fluently.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jul 22, 2013
- Version: 2.0.0
- Size: 11.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Robert Smolenski
- © Robert Smolenski
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.