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Swordigo Now on Google Play, a 3D Action Game That’s Free for the Time Being

Another iOS app which made its way to Android through a Humble Bundle is now available on Google Play, for the price of free. The game is called Swordigo, and while the free tag reportedly won’t last forever, the game also features no IAPs – fans of swords and battle-hardened characters with blue hair better hurry up and download the game ASAP. 

In Swordigo, you control a character who sets off an adventure through a dangerous world. All you have is your sword and fire/ice balls to protect you, as you search levels for chests of crystals and baddies to destroy for more XP. As you progress, baddies get harder, so it’s up to you to upgrade your character so he can handle himself in these battles.

The game features pretty good controls, plus easy-on-the-eye 3D graphics. It’s a must-try game in my book.

Go grab it for free on Google Play.

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  • DJ

    Very fun game. Thanks for posting tim.

  • KM

    item not found in google play

  • BillySuede

    loving this game so far.
    haven’t tried it yet in the subway but does anyone know if you need an internet connection for it to work? that’s what kills me with ‘clash of clans’…

  • wuzzranger

    Did anyone else think of Mario Bros when they saw the flower turtle and flower in the beginning?……wow it turned into Zelda all of a sudden.

  • BrianCherry

    Sonic and Mario? Lol looks like a good game

  • J

    I got this a few months ago through the Humble Bundle and it is a lot of fun, though I got stuck on the last boss so never got 100% in the game. Great game.

  • EvanTheGamer

    I can safely say that Swordigo is absolutely a hidden gem!

    Incredibly fun experience! Reminds me of a lot of classic action/adventure games. The dev really knows how to make a game shine. And really knows how to give gamers what they want in a game.

    And with the addition of no annoyingly lame IAP as well as no advertisements makes for a great experience.

    Definitely a top notch game. And the detail alone…wow!

  • gt3nx5

    I still can’t get past World’s End Keep….

  • EvanTheGamer

    Wow, this game looks mighty fun, especially for being a free game. Wow.


  • calculatorwatch

    This game is sweet. Reminds me of something that would be on the N64. It’s like Kirby gameplay with some Mario elements and a Zelda theme.

  • Aaron Martin

    Game runs a little laggy on my Note 3.. hate to see how other phones compare.

    • The Narrator

      Runs perfect on my G2.

      • Aaron Martin

        No frame stuttering?

        • Ryan

          Thats LG software optimization!

    • calculatorwatch

      Runs fine on my G pad too and that’s only a SD600… Must be a Samsung issue.

    • Kevin

      That’s what people don’t understand. Just because you have high end specs on a phone doesn’t mean it’s going run apps smoothly. Samsung has altered the OS so much developers have to tweak it specifically so the app can perform well. And another thing is apps aren’t going to use all 4 cores on a device. The developer has to make the app take advantages of all four cores. That’s why we shouldn’t even have quad-cores on our phones yet, until developers start coding their apps to take advantage of all four cores. Look at the iPhone for example, its dual-core yet it can run the heaviest of games. This is what Motorola was trying to prove. You don’t need high end specs you need optimization. On that note, this app runs smoothly on my dual-core Nexus 10 and Moto X.

      • Aaron Martin

        After rebooting and clearing out the ram it seem’s to be running better.. I also have a few background apps running affecting the game I suppose.

        • Adrynalyne

          Yeah…Touchwiz, LOL.

          • Aaron Martin

            Damn touchwiz.. x_x

        • Kevin

          Your phone has 3 gigs of RAM. What kind of apps were you running in the background?

          • Adrynalyne

            Of which only 2.38GB is usable. Clearing the memory with the task manager in Touchwiz still leaves 1.6 in use. Which is more than enough free ram, but Touchwiz really packs it on.

      • Bionicman

        I’m assuming what you are saying is all speculation. I have no issues with any of my apps or games. i guess i like to think that the specs on my note 3 are helping with that. but i also agree that in the best interest of the developers and customers, devs need to make sure games are optimized for most phones so that more people can download their app.

        • Kevin

          Can you say what exactly did you think is speculation?

          • Bionicman

            you said Samsung has altered their OS so much that devs have to tweak their apps. I’m assuming that is speculation unless you have evidence proving otherwise. There could be a multitude of reasons why an app runs slow on a specific device.

          • Kevin

            If you think that’s speculation then I don’t know what to tell you. When a developer writes an app for stock Android the way its meant to be, there might be problems with it on a Samsung device. I’m not saying it’s a problem it has all the time. Sometimes apps works well on Samsung devices and sometimes they don’t.

    • Mark Aaron Collado

      runs great on my N5

    • Thomas

      Running great on my StarTAC 🙂

    • duke69111

      Running fine on my VZW LG G2.

    • JohnBergman

      Runs perfectly on my AT&T HTC One (with kitkat). Very cool game, too!

  • Ryan

    No iap is awesome. But could be a good ploy to get a lot of people then add iap down the road.

    • TC Infantino

      Are developers allowed to add IAPs into a game later? I thought they had to be upfront about if the game has IAPs, and include it in the description on the Google Play page for their app.

      • QQpayne

        Description can be changed later when it is added, following the rules and still screwing you.

        • TC Infantino

          Huh, I hadn’t known that. I appreciate the info. Thanks.

      • greyhulk

        This has already happened to several games I purchased on both iOS and Android. They were $.99 wen I bought them. Now they’re free with IAP. It’s the same game, though, so I guess if you buy it before they go the IAP route, you just get screwed out of your money.

    • Michael Shorey

      they did it now with the latest update

  • The Narrator

    Free… And no IAP? Yesssssss!!

    • EvanTheGamer

      Right?! That’s rare these days where a mobile game company releases a game with no In-App purchases. That’s just spectacular!

      • JoshGroff

        Yeah, instantly downloaded. Can’t wait to play!

        • EvanTheGamer

          You are seriously in for one hell of a fun-filled treat!

          Played a good chunk of Swordigo last night and had a lot of fun. Really enjoyed the experience.

          I’m still flabbergasted at the fact that the game is free AND WITH NO IAP nor advertisements! Also, I’ve never heard of Touch Foo before, but I’m really impressed with this devs work on the game.

          Very colorful graphics, great action-oriented gameplay, adventurous music, really well-written dialogue, very cool enemies, etc. This game is definitely the action/adventure game we’ve all been waiting for, at least in my humble opinion.