At today’s special iPhone media event, Epic Games announced and demoed Infinity Blade 3, the final entry in its highly successful Infinity Blade trilogy. The game is running on the new OpenGL ES 3.0 standard, which is supported in the new 64-bit A7 chip features in the iPhone 5s.
Infinity Blade 3 was rumored to be in the works as of last month, with the previous two entries in the series earning various awards and accolades throughout the past few years. Infinity Blade 2 went free in celebration of the App Store’s fifth anniversary in July.
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Money exchanged hands
Showing off their graphics chips with real software
I know that's a pretty big leap, but just go with it.
Yeah, they should totally make it the size of an iPad Mini.
Never heard of an iPad or airplay mirroring? Even with your massive sausages, swiping isn't an issue on a screen of any size. You're welcome to ridicule yourself again via reply though.
YAY! On an epic tiny screen no less, YAY! Giddy giggle times!!
Sorry, I must admit I'm not a gameplayer, so the above statement is wrong and needlessly attention-seeking, but why must these always be shown at an Apple keynote?