Coldfire Keep, another recent addition to the App Store, sets gamers off on a quest to bring normality back to the peaceful, fictional town of Newsettle. Inspired by the classic “dungeon crawler” genre, Coldfire Keep can be downloaded for $4.99 and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Gamers join four friends exploring the mysterious “Coldfire Keep” in the app, and more than 10 hours of gameplay is promised by developer Crescent Moon Games. As outlined in the app's release notes:
Coldfire Keep is a traditional, old-school dungeon crawler, lovingly hand-crafted for fans of the genre. Featuring grid-based movement, and active turn-based combat, Coldfire Keep draws inspiration from classic late 80's and early 90's dungeon crawling adventures.
Features are aplenty, and include impressive 3-D graphics, a gesture-based control system, a huge dungeon ready to be explored, and countless monsters, loot, and hidden secrets. This looks to be the perfect game for iOS device users hoping to enjoy a more traditional dungeon crawler experience on their iPhone or iPad.
Supported iOS devices include the iPhone 4s and above, the iPad 2 and above, and the fifth-generation iPod touch. Check back with us later today, because we'll be taking a closer look at Coldfire Keep in a dedicated app review.
Crescent Moon Games has been pretty busy lately, and as we explained earlier this month, the developer is presently working on a highly anticipated sequel to Aralon: Sword and Shadow. The upcoming game, called Aralon: Forge and Flame, should be available later this year, and a handful of screenshots taken from the in-development app surfaced online recently.
Until then, iOS gamers can pass the time by enjoying Coldfire Keep on their iOS device. As mentioned, the new application can be downloaded in the App Store for $4.99, and it's optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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