League of Evil 3
By Ravenous Games Inc.
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Get ready for the GREATEST platformer with the most responsive controls to hit the App Store yet!
The award-winning and critically-acclaimed platformer for iOS is back again! The Agent and his "bad-guy turned good guy" chum are back for more tough as nails platforming with the series that redefined touch screen mobile gaming.
- Over 80 levels across 4 environments
- Sick acrobatics: Jump, flip, wall jump, wall hug, double jump
- Decapitations and gibs
- Video replays using Everyplay
- Replay Ghosts
- Customizable controls
- User selectable costumes.
- GameCenter Leaderboards and Achievements
- iCloud Game Saving
- Hand illustrated graphics and comic book style cutscenes
LoE3 is best run on newer devices and requires iOS 5.0 or later.
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What's New in Version 1.1
We have fixed the iOS 7 crashing within moments of playing the first level.
We have also added a new chapter to game!
Best platformer ever
I'm a huge fan of platform games. Until I saw League of Evil 2, I didn't think it was possible to make a touch screen platformer that would be any good, let alone great. League of Evil 2 was the first of LoE games I saw and it was a revelation. The controls and game mechanics are so perfect and allow for for such effortless high precision maneuvers. League of Evil 3 has the same controls and game mechanics as 2, with much more interesting levels. In my mind it is simply the best game on the App Store, by far, and the best platformer ever.
Yes, there is the frame rate issue that some reviewers mentioned, which for me only exists on the Japanese level set. Every time you die the frame rate drops which after a while makes it impossible to play and you have to kill the task and launch it again to fix it. Yes it's annoying. So what, don't play that level set, just complete enough of it to get to the next one which is Impossible Missions.
I wish this game had more levels, it's so awesome I just can't get enough of it.
If you want to give it a try, might be worth starting with LoE2 which is easier. I wouldn't necessarily bother with 1 unless you're a fan of pixel art, since the mechanics of 1 are slightly different and IMO not as good.
Casual gamers go elsewhere
I've owned this for a while. Usually I like to beat a game before I review it, but this one will take a while. Obviously, the feedback Ravenous Games got from the last LoE made it clear players wanted a harder game. And this is it.
Not that I didn't like the last one, but yes, it was pretty breezy. This thing is a beast however.
If you bought it without realizing what you were in for and now you regret the purchase just remember: nobody likes a pansy. Keep trying. It's actually much more gratifying beating a hard game than it is walking through a casual one.
Also: if you're having trouble with lagging, quit the mission and start again from the mission select screen. The missions start over smooth as buttuh.
Great game, frame rate is an issue
I am a big fan if the LoE games. I have played them all extensively. League of Evil three continues the tradition of the earlier games. It starts hard and continued to get more difficult.
Unfortunately the game is currently made unnecessarily more difficult by frame-rate issues. I am playing on am iPhone 5 so I doubt the hardware is at fault. Also, I didn't experience any issues like this before the most recent patch.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Oct 07, 2013
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 141 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Ravenous Games Inc.
- © Copyright 2013, Ravenous Games Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.