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  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade III Update Irons Out Issues

    Some users have been experiencing problems with Infinity Blade III on the technical front, but developer Chair Entertainment has released an update to clear things up…assuming you've already upgraded to iOS 7. You can still play the game in its current form (read our review here ) if you've... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade II On Sale For 99 Cents

    Epic has just dropped the price of Chair Entertainment's iOS blockbuster Infinity Blade 2 to a measly 99 cents, making this a great time to check out a great mobile game. As part of a "Summer Kick-Off Sale", Epic has dropped the price of Infinity Blade II to under a dollar, just as it once... More
  • Blog Post: Vote!!! The Game Coming From Infinity Blade Dev

    The developer behind Infinity Blade and Shadow Complex revealed its new project Vote!!! The Game, a free download going live tomorrow on the Apple App store. Chair has partnered with Rock The Vote to encourage voter registration. The game is described as a "a cartoon-style political slugfest"... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade II Update Coming This Week

    Chair Entertainment is calling Infinity Blade II's Vault of Tears update the game's "largest free content update to date," and it features new content, social features, and more. Apart from new content like additional areas, enemies, and rewards, the update also introduces a new ClashMob... More
  • Blog Post: Take On The Game Informer Infinity Blade II ClashMob Event

    The ClashMob was victorious! Thanks to all who participated! Original story: That's right. Game Informer is featured in one of the latest Infinity Blade II ClashMob challenges. Help us defeat this ugly fella. The monster in question is Gortoel, one of the Deathless Kings from Infinity Blade 1, and... More
  • Blog Post: No Joke: Infinity Blade For $.99

    For a limited time only, Epic Games and Chair Entertainment dropped the price of the first Infinity Blade title for iOS to just $.99. The sale begins right now on Apple's App store. The series recently surpassed $30 million in sales. “With millions of players worldwide, the original Infinity... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade Series Surpasses $30 Million In Sales

    A lot of fans were upset when Chair announced it was developing an iPad game instead of working on Shadow Complex 2. Why would a console developer abandon its successful XBLA franchise so quickly to focus on an unproven gaming platform? It turns out their gamble has paid off. In the aftermath of the... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade II iPad Fix On The Way

    Those who purchased Infinity Blade II for the original iPad have been running into some trouble. Since launching yesterday, many users have been experiencing crashes upon loading the game. Mark Rein, Vice President of Epic Games, issued a statement explaining the problem and says an update is on the... More
  • Blog Post: Go Inside The Impressive Visuals Of Infinity Blade II

    You still have to wait a little over a week to play Infinity Blade II, the sequel to Chair Entertainment's popular iOS sword combat game, but here's a new video to make the wait a little easier. In this latest behind-the-scenes video, the folks over at Chair go in-depth on the game's above... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade Heads To Arcades

    Chair Entertainment's popular iOS game Infinity Blade is getting the arcade treatment. A coin-up version of the game will be playable nationwide this month, appearing first at the 2011 Gaming and Electronics Expo in Salt Lake City, UT this week and across 75 Dave & Buster’s restaurants... More
  • Blog Post: Bleszinski: Shadow Complex 2 "Largely Designed"

    Epic Games and developer Chair Entertainment are working on Shadow Complex 2, and are just looking for a publishing partner to help finish off the project. Speaking to Gamasutra , design director Cliff Bleszinski said, "Shadow Complex 2 is sitting there, it's actually largely designed, we just... More
  • Blog Post: [Updated] Mark Rein Clarifies Epic's Position On Android

    [Update] There was a bit of confusion today, when some stories surfaced with quotes about Epic's plans for Unreal Engine and Infinity Blade on Android that seemed to contradict each other. We just got off the phone with Epic's Mark Rein, who was kind enough to give us a brief interview regarding... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade More Successful Than Shadow Complex

    If you're at all like me and not a big mobile gamer, you may have been bummed to see Chair Entertainment move on from their incredibly good downloadable game, Shadow Complex, into creating Infinity Blade for iOS. My personal disappointment aside, it sounds like this was a smart business move for... More
  • Blog Post: Epic Unleashes Newest UDK, Complete With IOS Support

    Epic Games’ newest beta of the Unreal Development Kit – a free edition of the popular Unreal Engine – has been released into the wild. The most noteworthy addition to this iteration is the integration of tools for making iOS games and applications, functionality that was previously... More
  • Blog Post: Ender's Game Is Over For Chair

    A few years ago, Infinity Blade developer Chair Entertainment signed up with author Orson Scott Card to make a video game out of Card's Ender's Game novel. Now that plan is quashed. Chair's Donald Mustard says that parent company Epic is behind the cancellation. "We have and had an amazing... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade Originally Planned For Kinect, May Head There Yet

    If you've been impressed by screens and impressions of Chair Entertainment's new action-RPG Infinity Blade but don't own an iPhone or iPad to play it on, I know the feeling. I'm in the exact same spot. But we need not lose all hope yet. Chair has revealed that its game was originally... More
  • Blog Post: Infinity Blade Has Made A Lot Of Money

    Epic and Chair's iOS game has blasted past the previous record for most cash made in the shortest amount of time. Appmodo has done the math and as of last night, the site estimates that Infinity Blade's 271,424 users have paid a total of $1,625,829.76 if you add up all of those $5.99 purchases... More
  • Blog Post: Chair’s Infinity Blade Hits iPhone December 9

    If you’re looking for a reason to spend money on iPhone apps, Epic Games will be happy to take six bucks out of your bank account. Chair’s new action/RPG Infinity Blade comes out December 9, for all iOS systems. Chair developed last year’s hit DLG Shadow Complex, so we’re interested... More
  • Blog Post: Epic's Infinity Blade Trailer Shows Off Unreal iPhone Graphics

    Epic subsidiary Chair Entertainment is intent on raising the bar on iPhone graphics. This trailer for the studio's Infinity Blade shows that they are on-track to accomplish that goal. I have to say, I didn't think the iPhone had this kind of horsepower. Now, let's hope it controls as good... More
  • Blog Post: Epic Says iPhone Could Run Gears of War In Future

    In an interview with Eurogamer , Chair Entertainment creative director and Shadow Complex creator Donald Mustard speculates that the iPhone -- which will run Chair parent company Epic's Unreal Engine for the upcoming Infinity Blade -- could be capable of running Gears of War. Mustard said, "I... More
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