Shadow Complex creator Chair Entertainment brings its Unreal Engine powered action game Infinity Blade (formerly "Project Sword") to a finite number of iOS device on December 9th, bringing very pretty sword fighting games to iPads and iPods everywhere.
If you missed yesterday's Apple event, you may have also missed Gears of War and Unreal Engine developer Epic Games showing off its new first-person slasher for the iPhone and iPod touch, Project Sword. You shouldn't miss it this time.
The creators of the Unreal Engine and the games that run on it have brought their tech to the iPhone. Epic Games is now letting iPhone owners see how well their engine works with a free demo, Epic Citadel.
Gears of War and Unreal Tournament creators Epic Games will bring competitive multiplayer sword-based combat, powered by its Unreal Engine, to the iPhone later this year with slash-em-up Project Sword.