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Unveiled at WWDC 2014 for demo of Apple's Metal, Epic Zen Garden out now on iOS 8
Epic Design Garden is designed by Epic Games to showcase its Unreal Engine 4 technology using Metal.
| September 18
Chair and Epic's Infinity Blade III reaches epic conclusion in 'Kingdom Come' update
Infinity Blade III has just received the anticipated update that brings the epic conclusion to the Infinity Blade trilogy.
| September 4
Prepare to be blown to 'Kingdom Come' with the epic conclusion of Infinity Blade III
Infinity Blade III is set to reach its final chapter next week.
| August 27
Uppercut Games' Upcoming Submerged Makes Great Use Of The Unreal Engine
The Unreal Engine is being utilized by an impressive upcoming app called Submerged.
| June 23
Epic Games Launches Unreal Engine 4, Available To Developers For $19 Per Month
Epic Games has just launched Unreal Engine 4, the latest generation of its popular cross-platform game engine.
| March 20
Rodeo Games Grabs Unreal Engine 4 License For Upcoming Mobile Title
Rodeo Games is set to launch an Unreal Engine 4-powered mobile title in the near future.
| February 12
Mobile Gameplay Recording Is Coming To Unreal Engine-Powered iOS Games
Epic Games' Unreal Engine for iOS is set to get an in-game recording feature.
| February 5
Infinity Blade III Gets Its First Content Update: Soul Hunter Quest Available Now
Take on Oslim the Deathless Bloodmage in Infinity Blade III's latest update.
| October 31
Infinity Blade III To Get Brand New Quest In Soul Hunter Update, Launching This Week
Infinity Blade III is set to receive an impressive update tomorrow.
| October 30
Video: AppAdvice Goes Hands-On With Infinity Blade III
Let's go hands-on with ChAIR Entertainment's highly anticipated Infinity Blade III.
| September 18
Infinity Blade III Already Underway According To Game Tester's LinkedIn Profile
Infinity Blade III is likely to soon hack and slash its way toward seeing the light of day.
| August 3
Infinity Blade: Dungeons Officially Canceled, Chair Cofounder Confirms
It's official: the much-vaunted Infinity Blade: Dungeons is dead, perhaps already rotting in a dungeon somewhere in development hell.
| July 12
Hack And Slash Toward The App Store And Get Infinity Blade Now For Absolutely Free
Infinity Blade, Epic Games' truly game-changing action role-playing game for iOS, has just gone free for the first time since its release in December 2010.
| February 14
Epic Confirms Infinity Blade: Dungeons Won’t Ship Until 2013
Fans of the Infinity Blade series will need to be patient.
| October 17
Game Company Executives Believe iDevice Combination Could Take On Consoles
It looks like gaming may be the next major industry Apple could reshape with the iPad.
| March 13
Infinity Blade: Dungeons Gets A First Look At Apple Event
Epic Games was on today's Apple event stage to show off their newest app, Infinity Blade: Dungeon.
| March 7
Infinity Blade Updated: New Content Pack For The Original Game
The original Infinity Blade iOS app ($5.99) has recently received an update, adding a fourth content pack to the popular universal game. Now, fans of Infinity Blade can enjoy new magic rings, swords, shields and helmets, a new enemy - RookBane - and can also take a sneak peak at Infinity Blade II and Infinity Blade: Awakening, a new iBook based on the hit game series.
| February 4
Infinity Blade II Updated: Now Plays Nice With Older iOS Devices?
The recently-released Infinity Blade II has just received a minor update, which makes tweaks to the popular application and also squashes a number of bugs.
| December 4
Continue The Endless Cycle Of Sword Fighting In Infinity Blade II
The sequel to last year's blockbuster iOS game is finally here, and it doesn't disappoint.
| December 1
Infinity Blade II Now Available In The U.S. App Store - Get Your Copy For $6.99
Great news, Apple fans: while we've all been dozing away in slumberland, the guys over at Epic Games' chAIR Entertainment have made Infinity Blade II available in the U.S. App Store. Now, fans in the United States can purchase and download the highly anticipated sequel to Infinity Blade for just $6.99. The application, which boasts high quality graphics and lighting effects, is a universal app and therefore is compatible with all of Apple's iOS devices.
| December 1
Infinity Blade II Now Available In The New Zealand App Store - Expect It To Arrive In America Tonight
Epic Games' highly anticipated Infinity Blade II has just appeared in the New Zealand App Store, meaning the application should be available in the United States at around midnight tonight.
| November 30