Glu Mobile, a leading global developer and publisher of social mobile games for smartphone and tablet devices, has announced the new Blood & Glory App for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.
In this slash and swipe style action game, players must defend their honor and entertain blood-thirsty crowds demanding strength, courage, and a fight to the death! Blood & Glory gladiators will thrash through tournament-style battles in Glu’s HD, console-quality arena. Only the most skilled will earn the Invictus Victory – the gladiator symbol of perfection.
Recently, Glu Mobile also introduced its new freemium, family-friendly Toy Village App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. (Read: Glu Mobile Offers Toy Village App)[ Also Read: World Cyber Games in China’s Kunshan City ]
“Fans of intense, realistic gameplay will enjoy the impressive graphics and historical detail in Blood & Glory,” said Ric Neil, executive producer. “Blood & Glory is in a mobile gaming class of its own and sets a new standard for visual realism.”
From start to finish, players will be challenged by Blood & Glory’s tournament format. Game mechanics and fighting styles place added importance on player skill and strategy. Blood & Glory’s most honorable gladiators must utilize advanced techniques and weaponry to achieve the ultimate glory.
Only strong and courageous social mobile gamers should download the Blood & Glory App from the Android Market and the Apple App Store, the company suggests.
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