by Joe White
August 26, 2013
John Woo has a new iOS app in the works, developed by Moon Shark and set to be published by Chillingo, called Bloodstroke. In it, iDevice owners are placed in an "on-the-rails" action environment, and the application itself features an attractive black and white graphic style and an immersive storyline. In a recent quotation, Bloodstroke's developer explains:
The setting is located in Asia. You take the role of a bodyguard, agent codenamed LOTUS, who is involved in an exciting story. The main task in the levels is to protect your employer. The cutscenes are kept exactly as the game in a special black and white graphic style, colors are rarely used but then consciously.Bloodstroke is set to feature a total of 30 levels, an "arena" mode of gameplay, numerous enemies and weapons, melee attacks, and Game Center-powered achievements. The story has been written by famed director and screenwriter John Woo. Further features include:
Below, we've included a couple of hands-on videos, which surfaced online recently.
- Controls: Virtual joystick on the left side of the screen, and buttons on the right side.
- Upgrades: During the game you have the opportunity to upgrade your character extensively.
- Weapons: In addition to swords you have several firearms available.
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If you can't see the above video, please click this link.We'll keep you updated with further information on Bloodstoke as we receive it. From what we understand, the application should be available by the end of the year. In the meantime, see: Zombies Ate My Friends But I Won't Let Them Eat Me In Glu Games' Newly Updated Game, Mail Ninja Updated With Online Folder Search, Alias Support And Other Enhancements, and Share More Happy Moments With More Happy Users With The Newly Updated Happier.