Everything you need to know about Shadow Fight 3 for iPhone and iPad

By , on November 16, 2017
Last modified 6 years, 5 months ago

Okay, it's Thursday, so that means that it's time for the Thursday find. Except I've gone and changed the name of it, because quite frankly The Thursday Find is one of the worst possible SEO titles that I've ever heard for anything. I'm so sorry I've let you all down like this.

Anyway, the format of the content is going to be basically the same. I'm going to pick a game, write some stuff about it, and give you a link to download it. It's pretty smart, right? It's just the name that has changed, so don't you worry too much, regular reader.

So yeah, click on the emboldened name of the game below to download it. And if you've got your own experiences to share, feel free to stick them in the comments section all the way down at the bottom of the article. Er, I think that covers everything. Tally ho!

Shadow Fight 3

Shadow Fight 3 is the latest in the Shadow Fight series, as you could probably tell from the name. It's a one on one fighter with big weapons, and a wonderful graphical style. Oh, and it's also an awful lot of fun to play.

What is it?

Like I say, it's a one on one brawler. You're building up a character, learning the ropes, and following a story mode that sees you kicking the teeth out of a series of bad guys. Well, more often than not you're actually cutting the teeth out of them. Because you've got a big sword.

The touch screen controls actually work really well here, although you're going to feel more comfortable if you've got an MFi controller at your disposal. Still, this probably ranks as one of the better fighters available on the App Store.

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How much does it cost?

It's free, but you get a lot of content for that. One of the key parts of the game is building up your character, so obviously you can buy IAPs to help you along the way. From what I've played though, it's not something the game forces you to do, rather an option you can take.

Anything else?

There isn't any multiplayer at the moment, which is a bit of a shame, but this is still a brilliant and engaging brawler that's well worth checking out. The story is vast, the customisation options are a bit mind-boggling, and the animations are top notch.

If you're looking for a game to show off your latest hardware, then this should be top of your list. Seriously, you'll have people cooing all around you, like you're holding a lovely polygonal baby. Or something like that.