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Infinity Blade for iPhone: Better than Angry Birds?

It’s no secret that Angry Birds has been one of the most popular apps of all time, most recently we have seen a Christmas themed version as well as how it has amusingly obvious flaws. Now it has a new competitor in the app world, Infinity Blade.

We have already spoken to you a little about Infinity Blade and gave you a round up which you can view here. What we haven’t spoken to you about though is the fact that it is now the top grossing game on the iPhone. As it stands Infinity Blade is in at number 1, whilst the Angry Birds Seasons is at number 2. The original Angry Birds game is currently at number 8.

Infinity Blade from Epic Games retails on the app store for £3.49 definitely has some really cool stuff. Something that this game has that might interest a lot of gamers is a deep character customization varying from magical skills to new shields and swords.

According to it has “responsive and intuitive touch controls” this makes it easier to play the game where you need to dodge attacks, retaliate with your own force and cast your magical spells on the enemy.

If you like the images that are on this article then you will love some of the ones that have been plastered across Google, to see them just click here. If you want to download this game then head straight over to the iTunes app store by clicking here, remember they have a preview of it too so be sure to read it before you purchase.

Onto the big question, which is better, Angry Birds or Infinity Blade? In my opinion they are both good for their own reasons, Angry Birds is hugely addictive and everyone I know plays it, remember it is on the Android platform too. Infinity Blade offers something a bit different though, it really takes the iPhone spec to town with great graphics and game play. Head to the bottom of the article to view a review clip courtesy of IGN.

Which do you think is the better of the two? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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