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Samurai Bloodshow Dev Diary

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On some of our Japanese games, the developers take great pride in painstakingly researching every aspect of the game to make sure it’s accurate. Here is a sneak peek at the lengths one such dev team went to research 12th century Japanese Warrior Monks in their recently released iPhone game – Samurai Bloodshow. Take a look!


Samurai Bloodshow Price Gets Slashed on the App Store as a Free Version Joins the Fray

Samurai Bloodshow (iOS)

Today we are happy to announce that the FREE version of Samurai Bloodshow for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is now available on the App Store. Now, anyone from lowly ronin to mighty daimyo can wage war across feudal Japan in a unique mix of card-based and strategic defense gameplay. In addition, the full version of Samurai Bloodshow is going on sale, costing a mere $0.99/£0.69/€0.79/AUD$0.99 for a limited time.

In Samurai Bloodshow, players defend their general from waves of ill-intentioned Minamoto soldiers through strategic placement of cavaliers, foot soldiers, sorcerers, and ministers. By winning battles, players earn one of 64 distinct warriors which they can use to build the most impressive army on their block. Additional cards can be purchased in-app when supremacy cannot wait. Samurai Bloodshow also features two-player battles, either locally via Bluetooth, or online via Game Center, and two-player card trading locally via Bluetooth. It’s enough to make a Samurai blush!

For more information, please visit Samurai Bloodshow.