These are top 5 most waited and wanted games of 2013, so you’re welcome!
2013: Infected Wars (early 2013)
2013: Infected Wars every day is getting closer and closer to the release in the App Store.
The action takes place in a post apocalyptic world ravaged by a virus released by Al-Qaeda. The player takes on the roll of a mercenary hired to salvage critical supplies needed for the few remaining humans trying to survive in a world gone mad.
One of the greatest features planned to be included in 2013: Infected Wars is the option to play with your friends. Episodes are designed be played in both single player and co-cop.
Experience never before seen graphics for an action horror shooter on your mobile device and play with your friends! 2013 : Infected Wars comes with episodes each consisting of 7 maps. They are designed to become increasingly challenging, requiring wits and tactical skill to survive!
In 2013: Infected Wars will be several classes of characters, a lot of weapons, and even a kind of zombie multiplayer mode. The new gameplay footage, shows a more detailed graphics, good animation and high quality. But the the release date is still unknown. So, we are waiting…
Are you ready for the challenge? Here is YouTube Video – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8XMam2A_ig
Sorcery: The Shamutanti Hills by Steve Jackson (March 2013)
Far away in the land of Kakhabad, chaos is brewing… The evil Archimage has stolen the precious Crown of Kings, intending to use its power to further his tyrannous ends. In this first book of Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! series, you embark on a quest in the turmoil of Kakhabad, progressing through four books in order to achieve your ultimate goal – the Crown of Kings. Your first task is to traverse the dangerous Shamutanti Hills! Unique in the Fighting Fantasy series, the Sorcery! books allow you to choose your role – will you be warrior or sorcerer? Can you master the demands of the sorcerer’s craft, casting spells with the Sorcery! spell book and using all your wits to overcome the enemy? Be careful, for nothing in Kahkabad is quite as it seems..
Taking the best from adventure games and video-game RPGs, and combining them with a gamebook’s depth of story, inkle’s stunning visual design, and Steve Jackson’s wizardy for the ingenious, Sorcery! for iOS will deliver a fantastic four-part epic in which every decision counts and YOU are the hero.
The Shamutanti Hills iPhone App stays true to the original book, using Steve Jackson’s original text and John Blanche’s iconic illustrations. This highly anticipated iPhone App combines the user-friendly features of an e-book, with a new level of gamebook excitement, allowing you to explore the world of Sorcery! as never before. Visit every location, talk to every character, outwit every monster and trap.
The first part of the adventure, The Shamuntanti Hills, will be available in the App Store in March 2013, with the second book, Kharé: Cityport of Traps to follow in summer. It’s YouTube Trailer – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoXQRIVKAP8
Shadowrun Returns (January 2013)
Jordan Weisman, the creator of Shadowrun, is back. A rich 2D turn-based single player game with deep story interaction, meaningful character development, and highly-contextual tactical combat, Shadowrun Returns is not only going to make some old geeks very happy but it will introduce new players to a dynamic gaming universe that is beloved around the world.
The studio has settled on creating 2D isometric backgrounds and 3D polygonal characters. The character images feature concept art and in-game models for some of the different races, including trolls, orks and boring ol’ humans. Location shots showcase the sort of gritty urban environments Shadowrun is known for.
Apparently the game is set in Seattle – the setting of the original game – and will include Riggers, the drone-controlling tech wizards of this fictional future. Additionally, Shadowrun Returns now has Spanish, German and French language support.
The creators are going to release the game with the money raised from fans through Kickstarter in January 2013 and will be available on PC, iPad and Android tablets. The team plans to implement a turn-based battles, advanced system missions and to allow players to manage a team of several characters who are destined to face a variety of enemies, including entire armies. Here is YouTube Promo Video – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XCrHVqr2uE
Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse (Q1 2013)
Broken Sword creator Charles Cecil’s upcoming sequel The Serpent’s Curse has been fully funded on Kickstarter.
Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse will be the fifth title in the much-loved adventure series, reuniting series stalwarts George Stobbart and Nico Collard as they inevitable unveil yet another intricate tale of conspiracy and intruige.
When a mysterious painting is stolen during an armed raid on a Paris gallery, George and Nico are thrown by chance into the investigation together. From Paris to London and beyond, the trail becomes a race against time as dark forces from Europe’s turbulent past are woken from their slumber. Broken Sword characters old and new are encountered – but who can George and Nico trust? The journey they are on reveals a conspiracy as old as the written word, whose ancient heresies will cause innocent blood to spill once more…
Backgrounds are drawn in 2D by layout artists, while characters are created and animated in 3D and then pre-rendered and saved as 2D frames.
Broken Sword: The Serpent’s Curse is slated for release in the first quater of 2013, so probably, end of March. The game will be released for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, iOS and Android, with a possibility of a PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Marketplace release. Charles Cecil has confirmed that the game will be dubbed into German, French, Spanish, and Italian. Polish and Russian translations of the subtitles will be available as well. YouTube Video – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRe9LPYn8eE
Infinity Blade: Dungeons (March 2013)
Company Epic Games is one of the largest game developers for iOS. The production cost of the games reached a million dollars. One of the most successful projects is Infinity Blade, which still continues to conquer the game world on iOS devices.
Early in March, together with the release of the iPad 3, it was announced about the enhanced development and upcoming release of Infinity Blade: Dungeons. However, the company claims the release of the game is postponed until 2013. At this rate, the game may well be optimized for the fourth generation iPad.
Set several thousand years prior to the events of the classic Infinity Blade series, Infinity Blade: Dungeons places you as the apprentice to the Master of the Forge. Your perilous quest is to craft the ultimate weapon, the one sword the infamous Deathless will come to fear the most, the legendary Infinity Blade!
Infinity Blade: Dungeons is an iOS-exclusive title that runs on both iPad and iPhone. Although the delay is a disappointing news for fans and gamers, people hope that it will be worth the wait, especially with the state-of-the-art visuals and gameplay that is typical for the title.
In the words of Michael Capps, President of Epic Games, Infinity Blade: Dungeons will raise a whole new level to future developing of iOS games, and even some trailer goers sing the game that can match Diablo experience. Here is YouTube trailer – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtp9ZFUj5jE
Infinity Blade: Dungeons is one of the most promising games for iOS, so don’t miss it!