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Sydney development studio Dinoroar Interactive released it newest iOS game today on the app store, titled ‘Samurai Training’. The game sees you work through multiple training levels acquiring skills and lastly going toe-to-toe with the master to prove your skill are worthy.

Dinoroar’s CEO, Aileen Bautista, discussed the game in the companies press release today, saying “We had such a great time creating this game and I’m sure that people will think it’s easy but then realize its actually challenging.” Aileen also said, “You have to be really strategic in the way you approach your attacks and I think the game play will definitely test a couple of people.”  The statement went on to describe the game as ‘Samurai follows the story of a young warrior who wishes to be the best Samurai in the world.  He seeks knowledge from a wise Temple Master who takes him in, and teaches him the ways of the Samurai.

A trailer released only weeks ago shows some of the game play and gives details of a competition that Dinoroar are holding. The game looks good and in talking with Joe the Dinoroar music developer on the DBG podcast some months ago, it will also hold some epic music to transport you to the dojo and assist you in your training.

In the release Dinoroar state ‘This Samurai Training game consists of three training levels of punching, kicking, and combination attacks.  You can unlock new combinations through the training exercises, which will increase your skills and abilities. This will make challenging The Master a much easier task. Once your Samurai Training is complete, you will face The Masters wrath one on one.’

The Samurai Training title has been released on the iTunes App Store for iPhone and iPod touch or for the iPad at a great introductory offer of only AU$1.19. I would not expect this price to stay around for long so go check it out. Versions for the Android are coming, so just hold on a little while longer and get it soon.


 
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Lucas
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