Only One. Magical Swords and Deadly Combat. Out February 7th.

February 4, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Do you feel like the world is against you?  Do you have a penchant for magical swords?  Do you enjoy that cathartic moment when you push your opponent off a very, very high place in the sky and then watch him scream as he falls to his demise down below?

If you answered yes to these questions, then you should almost definitely play Only One for iOS and Android!

It’s Highlander meets Zelda meets Jet Li’s the One. (with a little Golden Axe thrown in there too).

Only One

Only One

Only One is a retro indie arena style top down sword fighting game where you pick up a magic sword, declare that you are the “Only One” and then proceed to destroy and push waves of enemies off a sacrificial pillar in the sky.

  • Retro pixel art graphics and music.
  • Physics based sword combat with parry and shield mechanics.
  • Upgrade your character over time with better stats and really cool abilities like push, freeze, bubble, whirlwind and dart.
  • 70 levels of soldiers, slimes, archers, wizards, loot gnomes, berserkers and mini bosses.
  • Push your opponents off the pillar for easy kills and more points or strike them where they stand to get their loot.
  • Ladder based levelling with checkpoints every 10 levels, score resets each time you die.

The game is free to play and features reasonable and affordable in-app-purchases.  It supports game controllers (currently Android only), Leaderboards (currently iOS only), and is hand crafted by a single Man by the name of Ernest Szoka, with the exception of the cool chip tune music provided by Jimecide (James Cox and Neil Aguilan).

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Only One will be released on Friday, February 7th  2014, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it!

Check out the game’s official web site.

Follow the developer on Twitter.

Category: Action, Android, Arena, Fighting, iOS, New Release

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