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Requires a heavy download: 94 Mb.
Epic Citadel is neither a game nor an app, it's a mere display of power of the Unreal Engine 3 and well, it's quite impressive. You can have a walk around a huge fortress and look at subtle details as textures on walls and light effects here and there; for example there are marble grounds where environment is reflected on and beautiful landscapes to behold.
Beyond that, you can't interact with anything. There's isn't any goal or aim either. It's just an opener to wonder how near future games can be. And, once seen this, seems legit to speculate about Skyrim-like games on mobile devices.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Jan 31, 2013
Enter Epic Citadel, the dynamic fantasy setting of the award-winning Infinity Blade.
From the circus bazaar to the sweeping cathedral in the center of town, Epic Citadel dazzles with a visual parade of special effects, as only imagined by Epic Games and powered by the critically acclaimed Unreal Engine 3.
Are you ready to explore the realm of the Epic Citadel and all the beautiful secrets it holds?
Epic Citadel was created using the same tools and technology used to develop high-end console games, now delivered for Android devices!
Unreal Engine 3 for mobile gaming platforms is scalable yet packed with the same tools hundreds of thousands of users work with to create games, simulations and animated content.
• Enjoy amazing visuals and explore the stunning Epic Citadel kingdom grounds!
• Measure the performance of your Android device with Benchmarking Mode, which includes summary readouts with frames per second, screen resolution and quality setting details.
• Experience stunning Unreal Engine 3 graphics! Unreal Lightmass global illumination provides beautiful lighting and shadows. Realistic reflections, dynamic movement of trees and banners, and filmic light effects enhance the lifelike environment.