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Twin Blades Hits Google Play, Time to Help the Nun Battle Zombies

Twin Blades

A few years ago, Twin Blades slashed its way on iOS, becoming a popular zombie-killing slasher title. Now in 2013, the time has finally come for Android users to get in on the action. In this game, you play as a nun who must destroy the evil monsters and zombies who jeopardize everything you know and love. Using different upgradable weapons, you battle your way through multiple environments, while also being given the chance to purchase new abilities. 

Even though this game has been around for three years, there is still no decent trailer showcasing the game. So, enjoy this one down below and have yourself a laugh at slow-paced graphics.

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  • Lucky Armpit

    Can I ask why people still develop games for iOS first and we have to wait “a couple of years” for the Android version? With Android devices constantly outpacing and outselling iSheep devices, why are we still second best? Grrrrrr…..

  • Pallav

    The URL says freemium, but they’re selling the game for an upfront price of $2.99 along with further IAPs. ಠ_ಠ

  • JoshGroff

    Added to my wishlist, certainly looks interesting.

    • EvanTheGamer

      Yeah, that it does. Can never pass up a good zombie game. But at $2.99, I’ll pass until a price drop. lol

      • JoshGroff

        I’d drop the 2.99 in a heartbeat, if I didn’t have so many other games to play first. Knowing me, the second it goes on sale, I’ll buy it just to add it to my queue.

        • EvanTheGamer

          Yeah, same here.

      • edwoordd

        foreals $2.99 is a lot.. i’m very jew

  • meatydojo06

    may just be me but the japanamation is a real turn off.I’ll pass.

  • zulu208

    it was available for the Windows Phone as well. Then MS pulled it saying it contained to much blood. so the dev made the blood green and it was back on the market.

    • mechapathy

      LOL really? Ahh just like the good ole days with the SNES and Nintendo’s anti-gore rules.

      • EvanTheGamer

        Maybe back then Nintendo had a problem with blood(not really though), but now they REALLY don’t have a problem with a little blood shed here and there. Look at MadWorld for instance, that exclusive Wii game had BUCKETS of blood. lol Even though the game itself was black and white(mainly), the blood was as red as the reddest wine.

        They are definitely trying to get away from that whole “family(not a bad thing)” image they made for themselves years ago.

        • mechapathy

          Yeah, Nintendo of America DEFINITELY had a problem with blood and all other forms of “objectionable content” in the NES, GB, SNES days. Just Google “Nintendo Censorship,” and you’ll see what I’m talking about.

          • EvanTheGamer

            No, I know exactly what you’re talking about. And they may have had a problem with it, but it still didn’t stop them from releasing violent games(like the original Mortal Kombat on the SNES). lol


          • mechapathy

            Yeah, but that’s directly in line with what MS did with this game. The SNES version of MK had the blood replaced with “sweat.” You could turn the sweat red with a cheat, but still. It’s just funny that even now a company like MS is willing to do something like that.

    • umbrellacorp

      How’s the moral high ground treating you, Windows Phone? lulz

      • zulu208

        I wouldn’t know since I dumped Windows Phone as soon as the Gnex came out.