Both of the mobile action games are now full optimized for the higher-resolution screens of Apple’s latest handsets.
While even before the update, the graphics in both games could easily be defined as eye candy. But now, I’m even more impressed with how the hack-and-slash games look on my iPhone 6 Plus.
Infinity Blade II and Infinity Blade III are both universal and designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. They can be downloaded now separately for $6.99 on the App Store. There are also a number of in-app purchases available.
If you’re haven’t downloaded any game in the wonderful series, you can purchase the complete Infinity Blade Trilogy bundle with all three titles for just $9.99. That’s definitely a great value.
The final game in the trilogy originally arrived back in 2013 and received its last content update in August 2014. And it’s easily my favorite in the series with non-stop action fun.
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