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Bev Chen
05 Sep, 2011

Ready your iOS devices for Samurai BloodShow

Mobile News | A healthy heaping of on-the-go bloodshed.
Sega has announced that their latest game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, Samurai BloodShow, has been released on the iTunes App Store.

Described by the company as "an action tower defense game", the game sees players building up their army from a choice of samurai, horse units and sorcerers, then strategically mobilising them to lead the army to victory, unlocking more warriors in the process.

The game features one hundred different levels, as well as an 'In-App' payment system that allows you to purchase more powerful units. The game also has multiplayer options in the form of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connectivity.

Samurai BloodShow will be available to iOS devices running on iOS 4 or higher, and is available for AU$1.99. Check out the launch trailer below.

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3 Comments
2 years ago
Cool, but some gameplay may have of been nice. icon_smile.gif
2 years ago
Try here for a hands on preview: http://appadvice.com/appnn/2011/09/samurai-bloodshow-now-available-as-a-universal-app-from-sega

It sound like sort of PvZ. Interesting art style too.
2 years ago
I missed the sale!!

pisses me off!!!!!
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