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  • Summary: The first launch weekend (June 7-10), unlock price will be 0.99 USD/ 0.79 EURO/ 0.69 GBP. Don't miss out!Alexandria Bloodshow, the second installment in the "Bloodshow" trading card defensive strategy series, is finally here!All the fun of Sega's arcade trading card games comes to you on the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad in this gripping sequel to Samurai Bloodshow!- Set thousands of years in the past, the player takes command of an army in hopes of fighting back an enemy invasion!- Witness a war the likes of which were told of in ancient Egyptian murals and Greek pottery painting!Robust Single Player Mode!Trading cards meet VS. play meets defensive strategy gaming in this awesome new fusion!- Gain a new card with a unique ability every time you play! Over 120 in total to collect!- 2 armies x 17 stages x 5 difficulty settings equals a whopping 170 different battles!- Supports Game Center Achievements and Leaderboard!It's hours and hours of entertainment!Exciting VS. Play!- Collection or Combat, the competition is fierce!- Build a personalized deck that suits your play style!- Once you've got the ultimate deck, use it to crush your rivals in head-to-head online VS play via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth!(Wi-Fi or Bluetooth must be enabled in order to play VS. mode.)- Choose between the vastly different Egyptian and Greek armies!- Compete with players the world over in online multiplayer!- Play against iPhone4, iPhone3GS, iPad, and iPod touch 3rd Gen+ (except the 8 GB model) users! Expand
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  1. Jun 14, 2012
    Sega did a great job designing characters that appear yanked from hieroglyphics and Greek statues, then set them against old pieces of parchment paper. Then, to top it off, the developers added music that helps drive home the time period. No matter which device you play it on, Alexandria Bloodshow is one fine-looking title.
  2. Jun 11, 2012
    A great mix of card game and tactical tower defence, Alexandria Bloodshow picks up where its predecessor left off, and builds an entertaining, surprisingly deep experience.
  3. Jun 20, 2012
    Even though it's not terribly original, Alexandria Bloodshow is a lot of fun and worthy of being played by any strategy fan.
  4. Aug 26, 2012
    It might not be everyone's cup of tea and it's got a few issues, but despite all that, it's still a hell of a lot of fun and it scratches my strategy itch quite nicely.
  5. Jul 28, 2012
    The idea is nice, but the implementation does not deserve a high mark. If you are a fan of tower defense games, then you can try the game for free and play some levels. When you like it, then you can purchase the full game for € 2.99.