One Epic Knight review: One Epic Knight

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CNET Editors' Rating

4 stars Excellent
  • Overall: 8.0
  • Installation and Setup: 9.0
  • Features and Support: 9.0
  • Interface: 6.0
  • Performance: 8.0
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The Good One Epic Knight does a great job of adding new tweaks to the 3D running and escape genre. Secret paths and items keep the game interesting.

The Bad Swipe controls are not as responsive as they should be. The game gets repetitive the more you play.

The Bottom Line Though there are several perpetual runners in the App Store, the 3D over the shoulder perspective, multiple paths, and ability to pick up and upgrade items make this title worth checking out.

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One Epic Knight is another in a long list of perpetual running escape games in the App Store, but the 3D third-person viewing angle and upgradable items keep you coming back for one more run.

You play as an armored knight who enters a dungeon in search of treasure. As you run through the stone halls, your control system is somewhat like in Temple Run, but with a twist. You'll still use horizontal swipes to turn corners, up swipes to jump, and down swipes to slide under obstacles. But the game also uses a lane system where you'll swipe to switch to the middle or sides of your path to avoid obstacles and monsters, and also to pick up weapons, armor, and treasure.

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One Epic Knight

Part Number: id469820028


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  • Category Games
  • Compatibility iOS