Bladeslinger for Android and iOS


The mobile games are just starting to pour out this year. This is a great year in the mobile gaming scene with one of the first hits like Infinity Blade, Dead Space, and a personal favorite RageHD. There’s a new kid in town and his name is Bladeslinger, actually the character’s name is William Glaston. We follow William in this sci-fi Wester style setting to his home town of Hammer’s Peak. In this fast paced game the town is over run by mutated creatures in which he must battle his way to reverse the horror that has become his home town.

What make this game a little more unique than the story is the fighting system. It has some ranged hand to hand combat but it looks like the game will pause to use a system of attacks that are activated by swiping different shapes on the screen. You can see how this is done in the video link below.

The game was originally bound for PC but the games developer Luma Arcade, was able to take advantage of todays smartphone tech along with the Unity game engine and bring this game to life. Bladeslinger was announced on Sept 28th and is not available for purchase yet but you wont have to wait long as it will be released this year.

We will rate this app once it is released.

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4 Comments on “Bladeslinger for Android and iOS”

  1. Ivan Haecker October 9, 2011 at 4:33 am #

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  2. Brett Seyler (@relyes) October 11, 2011 at 9:03 pm #

    The game developer is Luma Arcade. They are using the Unity game engine though 🙂

    • electricsproket October 11, 2011 at 9:38 pm #

      Thank You for the correction. My apologies on my misinformation. I appreciate you taking the time to provide us with some feedback and the correction. I hope you continue to enjoy the site.

      Thanks,
      ElectricSproket

  3. Realizing the actual Australian accent November 8, 2011 at 4:30 pm #

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