December 19, 2012

Classic shooter by 3D Realms Shadow Warrior now available on the App Store

Classic shooter by 3D Realms Shadow Warrior now available on the App Store


Garland, TX (12/19/12) 3D Realms and General Arcade today announced the worldwide release of Shadow Warrior port for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Shadow Warrior is having a new look with modern UI and OpenGL render, but with same classic hardcore gameplay which should satisfy both new gamers and gamers who played the game 15 years ago.

"As a pioneer of digital distribution and shareware in the early 90's, we are going back to our roots and allowing players to try-before-they-buy, giving away the first four levels for free, with the remaining levels available as in-app purchase. This gives players a chances to see if they like it first."
Scott Miller, 3D Realms

"I think that the end of 2012 is the best time to release enhanced version of Shadow Warrior for mobile devices. This year with the help of indie games like Hotline Miami or Binding of Isaac people turned their attention back to challenging games. Shadow Warrior is such kind of game, it's for people who are looking for real challenge. And we worked so hard to make their experience comfortable and enjoyable even on mobile devices with on-screen controls."
Gennadiy Potapov, General Arcade

Download Shadow Warrior for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

Features of full version:
3 highly customizable control schemes
Hilarious protagonist - Lo Wang
20 levels with more than 10 hours of gameplay
11 deadly weapons including katana, shurikens, uzi, rocket launcher and even enemy head
Destructible environment
Retro Graphics mode and Voxels
New OpenGL render
Original soundtrack
Enemies with smart AI
Drivable vehicles
Cheat menu


About 3D Realms
3D Realms Entertainment, formally known as Apogee Software, began the shareware games revolution in 1987 and later teamed with id Software on the making and release of Wolfenstein 3-D, the world's first 3D shooter. 3D Realms created Duke Nukem and co-created Max Payne, two of the industry's most successful original character-based brands.
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About General Arcade
General Arcade was established in 2008 in Russian Federation by two developers, who grew up on classic games from id software, 3D Realms and Valve. Moved to Singapore in 2010. Right now General Arcade has mostly concentrated on porting classic games and games by indie developers.
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