Mobile game company Virtual Intelligence Inc. announced its inaugural title, KnightScape™, is now available in the App Store for iOS. KnightScape is an epic all-action game that combines fast-paced obstacle course levels with hand-to-hand combat. Set in a stunning medieval 3D world, KnightScape is a sword-smashing adventure where a lowly peasant must fight to become a wealthy prince and rescue his princess. The game takes a chapter from storybook fairy tales and immerses players in an action-packed experience featuring an original cast of characters and storyline. KnightScape is free-to-play and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices.
- A rewarding adventure in which gamers will need to overcome flying fireballs, deadly spikes, swinging axes, ruthless swordsmen and ultimately a savage dragon!
- Fast-paced action and epic sword fighting across nine levels, culminating in the ultimate battle against a fearsome dragon to reach the captive princess.
- Armed combat on every level, with a range of classic weapons and armour available to customise each player’s character. Find the combination that leads to victory!
- Cinematic delivery features realistic, smooth and engaging animation, outstanding Retina Display optimized graphics and a precise and intuitive swipe control system.
Virtual Intelligence is led by CEO and Co-founder Laurent Ancessi, a seasoned veteran with 25 years’ experience in the games industry, including leading development studios at both Electronic Arts and Sony. KnightScape is the first in a series of games created with the company’s proprietary cross-genre mobile gaming platform, called Mojaro™, which will pioneer a new extended game experience.
“KnightScape is an engaging, HD quality action adventure game that’s truly cinematic in presentation, and most importantly, a blast to play,” said Virtual Intelligence CEO Laurent Ancessi. “This the first game developed for our Mojaro mobile platform, which yields sterling performance as well as cross-pollination benefits that will become apparent in future releases.”
Mojaro has been in development for over two years and players of KnightScape will see the technology come into play as they progress through the game with a surprise toward the end.