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A new villain has emerged. Captain Capastrano has made it personal and now Zorro must once again surrender to the mask and sink into the darker more violent world of his enemies. Navigate a complex 2D parallaxed environment using a number of special swiping techniques built for the iPad and exact your vengeance on Captain Capistrano and his henchmen at long last. Features:
- The interface and game controls take advantage of the intuitive use of swiping and finger tapping on the iPad
- Unlockables: Unlock concept art that details how the game came to life
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- Localized for Spanish speaking players
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