MadFinger Games has been kind enough to provide a full game at a super offer of free. Samurai II: Dojo is a full working game, a basic fighting title with both survival and RPG elements..
Dojo pits the player in the same new survival mode available in Samurai II: Vengeance. Both games offer the same graphics and control scheme, a virtual joystick to move around and three buttons for actions: light attack, hard attack, and roll to avoid.
Depending on whether you’re a veteran virtual fighter, you can choose to be an Apprentice (easy), Samurai (normal), or Ronin (hard). As you slice-and-dice waves of offenders, you’ll earn points in karma. You can use karma points to perform combos, increase your maximum health, and unlock additional combo choices.
Amongst a fluid 60 frames per second and a gaming console comparable advanced AI, Samurai II: Dojo also offers competitive gaming replayability with a Game Center leaderboard to climb and 12 achievements to conquer.
Samurai II: Dojo does include a small ad running across the top of the screen during gameplay, but it didn’t seem to bother me too much.
Curious about Samurai II: Vengeance, even after trying Dojo? Find out why we consider Vengeance a “must buy” for fighter fans in our full review.
Both Samurai II: Dojo and Samurai II: Vengeance are universal apps compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch running iOS 3.1.3 or later. Samurai II: Dojo is available in the App Store now completely free and Samurai II: Vengeance is available at a price tag of $2.99.