Two Utah video game companies released highly-anticipated mobile apps Wednesday, one a fantasy-based fighting game for the iPhone and iPad and the other an app that complements a popular Disney console game.
"Infinity Blade III," one of the most eagerly-awaited mobile games for Apple's phone and tablet, launched early Wednesday and landed No. 1 on the iTunes list of best-selling paid apps by 9 a.m.
The game is a hack-and-slash role playing game involving a knight that travels through a series of castles fighting monsters along the way. It is the third chapter in a trilogy developed by South Jordan-based Chair Entertainment. The first two games have sold about 40 million copies.