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  • Publisher: MoStar
  • Genre: Arcade
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 31.3 MB
  • Version: 1.0
  • Price: $2.99
  • Average User Rating: 5 (2)
App description: The No.1 iPad Paid Game in Japan.
Featured by Apple as "New and Noteworthy" , "What's Hot","Best Hack and Slash Games".
The cutting-edge iPhone action game PrincessFury has now arrived for the iPad,featuring glorious HD graphics and new game design.
PrincessFury iPhone Version was No.1 Apps in China,No.2 Paid Games in Japan,and Featured by Apple as New and Noteworthy,What's Hot,What We're Playing.

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##AppSpy(Score 5/5)--"PrincessFury is what an addictive action-RPG should be all about - the gameplay is kept simple, but through simple variety and constant rewards you'll always have a new goal to achieve. A must buy for fans of action games."

##GameZone(Score 8.5/10)--"PrincessFury is one of the best action titles to hit the iPhone, and is well worth the download fee."
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An evil overlord has invaded the land, bringing violence and destruction in his wake. Only Princess Fury can save us! With stunning swordplay and magic power, combat over 100 enemies at once in the fiercest battles ever. Command your servants to help you conquer enemies in this action game.
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Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTQBU0dhWNQ
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PrincessFury:Arcade Adventure for iPad Features:

As Princess Fury, strike down the evil forces with the combined might of your servants and soldiers. A cutting-edge action game comes to the iPad!
-A brand-new game experience combining classic arcade action style and a creative real time strategic system. Victory relies on your collaboration with your servants and friendly forces as much as on your competence and courage.

New Arcade Adventure for iPad exclusively!
-High-resolution artwork and interface present beautiful fantasy world on iPad.

-Newly-designed game progress and level-up mode bring more classic arcade style, and more fast-paced action.

-Servants and skills will be automatically equipped after unlocked.

-All 5 kinds of skills will be equipped at the same time.

23 unique stages and 5 victory modes await your challenge!
- 23 exclusive stages including Ancient Forest, Despair Desert, Lava Land and Castle Fortress and 5 victory modes including elimination, defense, capture crystals, escort and BOSS battle. Choose your favorite stage repetitively to accumulate experience and strengthen the level and skills of your princess.

Gather and command your servants in the battlefield!
- Your force will be strengthened with servants of various professions, attributes and skills. Touching the screen anytime in game will conveniently switch different servant strategies, which is the key to conquer the battlefield. Your servants can level up as well. The new servant "Bishop" will fight with the princess at the beginning.

No remorse! No regret! Powerful and devastating battle skills
- The increase of your level will activate various powerful skills. The wise choice of skills will lead to the final triumph against your enemies.

Battle against the evil lords!
- Princess will face the challenges from several evil lords in challenging boss fights. Behold these merciless and breathtaking battles that close out each stage.

Gorgeous imagery combined with easy to use game controls
- Experience beautifully detailed artwork and immersive visuals on the iPad. Experience intense battles with over 100 characters on same screen, and defeat your enemies with simple but deadly controls.

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aznriceboi13's comments:


"New Arcade Adventure for iPad exclusively!
-High-resolution artwork and interface present beautiful fantasy world on iPad.
-Newly-designed game progress and level-up mode bring more classic arcade style, and more fast-paced action.
-Servants and skills will be automatically equipped after unlocked.
-All 5 kinds of skills will be equipped at the same time."
08-11-2010, 08:14 PM
#2
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Colorado
Posts: 5,244
I enjoyed the iPhone version, I may double dip.

08-11-2010, 08:19 PM
#3
Joined: Mar 2009
Location: 英國劍橋
Posts: 1,569
Hmmm... not sure about this one... I think I'll have a problem with the controls stuck down there, in the corners. Can anyone comment if they've tried it?
08-11-2010, 10:00 PM
#4
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 105
I went to play the LITE version and surprised that all the characters on there were a big size but then made really small on the ipad version. I wanna buy it, but Chaos Rings is coming out in 1 hour... :-/
08-11-2010, 10:06 PM
#5
Joined: Mar 2010
Posts: 1,251
Quote:
Originally Posted by iJoe View Post
I went to play the LITE version and surprised that all the characters on there were a big size but then made really small on the ipad version. I wanna buy it, but Chaos Rings is coming out in 1 hour... :-/
Yeah that's what I was thinking, $16 for Chaos Rings is enough for me, especially after the other iPad games I bought this week

This game looks really good though, I might get it a bit later.
08-11-2010, 10:14 PM
#6
Joined: Jul 2009
Location: East Coast
Posts: 912
Will bite on this soon. Looks like my kind of game. But I'm pretty sure I'll be preoccupied with Chaos Rings for at least a couple of days.

Current Vice: GoF2HD, Bastion, PvZ, Dead Space iPad, FFDim, FFIV, WoGoo, Solomon's Keep, Hook Champ
08-12-2010, 07:14 AM
#7
Joined: Oct 2009
Posts: 5,083
Price drop: Now $1.99.
08-12-2010, 01:40 PM
#8
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 105
I bought it for the price. I HATE the bottom controls, customization ftw! I don't care for the smaller characters, I know they scaled it smaller but I'd prefer to have the artwork be at least the size of the iphone version. And would it hurt to have make the text/icons bigger? I like this game, but the ipad version feels so empty with the extra space. But at least it's only $1.99...
08-12-2010, 02:06 PM
#9
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 1,609
Quote:
Originally Posted by iJoe View Post
I bought it for the price. I HATE the bottom controls, customization ftw! I don't care for the smaller characters, I know they scaled it smaller but I'd prefer to have the artwork be at least the size of the iphone version. And would it hurt to have make the text/icons bigger? I like this game, but the ipad version feels so empty with the extra space. But at least it's only $1.99...
Why empty? The pictures put in the app store don't show this the full width is used. Are they fake picts?

I read quickly the iphone thread and the game was very controversial with some people say it has a lot of grinding and some not, some some saying it was basic mass hack&Slash when some other say that after first levels you rely on thinking more and using tactics.

Knights of the Phantom Castle let me stuck in middle of the game and let a hole in me, now I need either a very good RPG either a simple but with deep and some story RTS. And I wonder if PrincessFury can be good. I'm hesitant in part because of price for Chaos Ring and very hesitant with Crimson Gem Saga because it's almost certain it requires a lot of grinding and fights aren't that good, and I'll hardly like that for more than few hours.
08-12-2010, 02:19 PM
#10
Joined: Apr 2009
Location: The Westcountry UK
Posts: 510
Quote:
Originally Posted by iJoe View Post
I bought it for the price. I HATE the bottom controls, customization ftw! I don't care for the smaller characters, I know they scaled it smaller but I'd prefer to have the artwork be at least the size of the iphone version. And would it hurt to have make the text/icons bigger? I like this game, but the ipad version feels so empty with the extra space. But at least it's only $1.99...
I bought it too. I'm not going to moan about it. For me it's a fun diversion like most of my app purchases turn out to be. It's like nothing else I'm playing at the moment, in short 10, 20 minute bursts the game is enough fun. Controls don't phase me, they work as long as your thumb doesn't stray too far off course. Worth it in my book at this price.