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Aralon: Sword and Shadow is Universal, Out Now
The highly-anticipated iOS RPG is finally here.
12.15.10 - 10:57 PM

We've been following Aralon: Sword and Shadow from Galoobeth Games and Crescent Moon Games for what feels like a long time now. The title has seen substantial improvements since its announcement, and is finally available in the App Store. (The game should be live as of 8pm PST/11pm EST)

We have a small gallery for Aralon below, as well as some fancy bullet-pointed features and a fancier trailer for one of the most noteworthy iOS RPG releases yet. Even better, the game is Universal, meaning it runs at the native resolutions of the iPhone, iPhone 4, iPod touch and iPad.

Features:

- Full Retina Display and iPad Support
- Over 30 hours of gameplay
- Gorgeous and dynamic 3d environments
- 3rd and First Person play modes
- Full Day/Night cycle and dynamic lighting effects
- Epic Soundtrack and realistic sound effects
- Customizable characters, including hairstyles, armor, and different faces
- 4 Character Classes
- Unique Skill Trees for each class
- 3 Playable Races: Humans, Elves, and Trolls
- A primary quest and multiple, optional side-quests
- Hundreds of items to acquire and wield
- Comprehensive Inventory System
- Battle various enemies that use different fighting tactics
- Faction system, herb gathering, crafting potions and magical items, dual-wielding, lockpicking, pick-pocketing, and more
- Swimming, Fishing, Campfires
- 8 Different Mount Types, including horses, dragons, and more
- Fully animated 3d characters
- Achievements
- Pets and henchmen to help you in your quests
- Save system with 6 different save slots




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