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Sister Angelika is not your average nun: she has purple hair, carries a large gun and a larger scythe, and spends her days fighting zombies. The town of Jalombe is under attack by such zombies, and she has been summoned to help exterminate them. Together with Father Richiardo at the monastery, she must find and destroy the source of the outbreak before Jalombe is destroyed.

Twin Blades is a scrolling action game where the player must slaughter waves of zombies as they spring up from the ground, using both a variety of different guns and a very large scythe. Killing zombies nets the player zombie hearts, which can be exchanged at the monastery for weapon and power upgrades, including new guns, more health, and even new moves. There are several types of zombies, some of which are resistant to certain attacks, and every so often a much larger, more difficult boss creature will appear.

The player can freely travel between open areas, and as stages are played, night will fall, which will cause zombie swarms on other stages to replenish and strengthen. In addition to the main story mode, there is also a survival mode where the player must survive 31 days against endless swarms of zombies.


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Twin Blades: The Reaping Vanguard Screenshot
Twin Blades: The Reaping Vanguard Screenshot
Twin Blades: The Reaping Vanguard Screenshot
Twin Blades: The Reaping Vanguard Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "Twin Blades HD" -- iPad title
  • "Twin Blades" -- Android title

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Critic Reviews

PSP Minis PSP Feb 15, 2011 8.5 out of 10 85 (UK) PSP Feb 18, 2011 8 out of 10 80
GamePro (US) iPad Jun 25, 2010 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80


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Windows Phone version

The Windows Phone version was pulled from the marketplace early in 2011. The game was never rated by the ESRB, but the later released PSP/PSP3 mini version received a "Mature" rating. Microsoft has a 'no mature content' policy for Xbox Live games on Windows Phone 7 and decided to pull the Windows Phone game from the marketplace.
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