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The first Infinity Blade wasn't the deepest of games, but the touch controls and rebirth mechanic were compelling enough to make up for it. The next two games improved the formula, relegating the original to electronic aether for most people, but if for some reason you want to play all three together, you can currently grab the trilogy at a discount.


The original Infinity Blade was one of the first titles that showed what mobile gaming was capable of, at the very least in the visual stakes. Even with its somewhat grindy and repetitive gameplay, the ChAIR-developed title went on to be immensely popular, enough so to justify a sequel. That sequel is currently available, free, with a few simple clicks.


I haven't had a chance to check out Infinity Blade II yet, but I loved the first and Totilo seems to like the second, so I'm probably going to take the plunge over the holidays. Fortunately, ChAIR entertainment has my back with this handy-dandy guide to slicing face in the game.