Arcade game maker Adrenaline Amusements will bring Epic's popular iOS action RPG, Infinity Blade
, to the coin-op world later this month with Infinity Blade FX
The game will run on Adrenaline's proprietary TouchFX brand of arcade cabinets, which features a 46-inch multi-touch screen to mimic the original mobile and tablet version of the game.
This is the third popular mobile title to be ported to the TouchFX system: Halfbrick's Fruit Ninja
and Firemint's Flight Control
are also available, and are interchangable within the same cabinet.
Developed by Epic's Salt Lake subsidiary Chair Entertainment, Infinity Blade
is an action role-playing game that until now was exclusive to Apple's iOS devices.
The game was launched as something of a showcase for the iOS version of Epic's Unreal Engine 3. A sequel to the game was recently announced
Infinity Blade FX will debut at this week's 2011 Gaming and Electronics Expo in Salt Lake City, and will be available to play at Dave & Buster's locations nationwide by October 28, according to Chair.