Infinite Warrior (universal) by Empty Flask Games LLC is a beautiful action game that takes very little to control. With just one direction to swipe per enemy, it’s an easy action game that’s aimed at a players looking for a simple game with attractive graphics.
Infinite Warrior isn’t hard to get into. As enemies rush toward the player’s character, the enemy’s shield will glow with an arrow facing a certain direction. The goal is to swipe in that direction in order to complete a devastating and deadly attack. The goal is to string these attacks along in order to power up and reach farther distances to unlock new battlefields.
The best part about Infinite Warrior are its beautiful 3D graphics. The simplistic gameplay makes Infinite Warrior more about enjoying the cutscenes and brutal finishing moves than about playing the game itself. There’s a ton of replay value as well – the game will continue to speed up as each level progresses, meaning players can go on as long as they continue to kill off the surging enemies. Going farther in each level can unlock new areas.
Of course, a simple action game may not appeal to the hardcore players. What’s worse, Infinite Warrior‘s graphics consume so much power from the iDevice can cause the game to lag. Players aren’t given a whole lot of time when making their swipe and can easily miss that window if the game doesn’t respond immediately. Unless using a power up, the game is one hit per round, so a laggy game can mean restarting everything.
Although users with older devices probably won’t be able to enjoy the resource-heavy action, Infinite Warrior is a gorgeous game with a lot of potential, a great purchase for casual action fans in the mood for some brutal hack-and-slash gameplay.