Infinity Blade, Infinity Blade 2, and Infinity Blade 3 are all seeing some solid price cuts to commemorate Independence Day. These one-on-one dueling games have set the bar for graphics on iOS time and again, not to mention offering some fast, furious, and finger-friendly gameplay. We certainly think it's one of our favorite iPhone and iPad games out there.
Chair Entertainment Group's Infinity Blade 2 is now available for free in the App Store. The app description mentions that the game is free for a limited time, so if you've missed last year's App Store promotion, this is your best chance at getting the game for free.
We all love a bargain, and one such recent example was Apple's 5th anniversary of the App Store promotion that saw a range of apps and games, like Infinity Blade 2, go free for a limited time. Such offers will always entice a good number of new downloads, but Infinity Blade 2 it seems has really come out on top. In the seven days of the promotion, Infinity Blade 2 saw a massive 5.7 million new players, with 1.7 million coming in just the first day alone.
The fifth anniversary of the App Store is approaching, and in a possibly linked move some top paid apps have this morning gone free to download. So far we're seeing games the likes of Infinity Blade 2, Where's my Water, Badland, Tiny Wings all go free, as well as apps Day One, Traktor DJ, Over and Barefoot World Atlas.
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Infinity Blade 2 is not set to hit our iOS devices until the beginning of December. The lucky guys over at IGN managed to get their hands on a preview of the game and it looks like it is going to be a really top sequel. According to IGN, Infinity Blade 2 offers far more than just a refresh, it picks up where the first game ended but goes on much further. Infinity Blade 2 is far more story lead and includes more than 40 different combat locations.
New tests conducted over at AnandTech reveal that Apple has chosen to underclock the A5 system-on-a-chip nestled inside the iPhone 4S to ~800MHz, just slightly slower than the iPad 2's 1GHz, but still far better than the iPhone 4's A4 SoC -- by margins as high as 73%.
Seemingly repeating the steps of last year, Epic games has just announced Infinity Blade 2 for iOS just in time for the holiday season. While on stage demoing Mike Capps from Epic made to sure to let everyone know what they'll be bringing with Infinity Blade 2: