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When a long-dormant robotic soldier re-boots, it finds itself in a city blasted by war. A once thriving civilization has been brought low, its crumbling buildings patrolled by machines whose only purpose now is to fight.  But what happened to the people?  How did things turn so bad so quickly?  And how can the soldier find the one person he was originally assigned to protect?

Unravel the Mystery
Follow the echoes of a lost civilization in a visually-stunning post-apocalyptic world where only robots survive to fight a never-ending war.  Fight towards your goal and piece together the fragments to reveal exactly what happened when the old world ended.  Is this the dawn of a new Epoch?

Choreograph the Action
Control your character with intuitive finger swipes. Make split-second decisions, take cover, select targets, dodge incoming fire, utilize special abilities, and launch countermeasures!

Fight & Improve Gameplay
Fight escalating waves of robots in arena-style combat, and upgrade yourself with pieces torn from your fallen enemies!

Stunning AAA Visuals
The world of Epoch is rendered using the Unreal Development Kit from Epic Games, the same engine used to create the visuals of the award winning Infinity Blade. Epoch is a universal app that takes advantage of the power of iPhone 4 and iPad2!

Unique Cinematic Experience
The game uses a seamless blend of player-controlled action and cinematics to deliver a uniquely immersive experience!
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