FIE Swordplay is the first mobile game with real athletic rules for fencing with foils, swords, and sabers that is officially supported by the FIE (http://fie.org). Learn real techniques — from simple thrusts to powerful lunges and devious feints. Play against an AI opponent or challenge a social network friend to a duel.
Choose the country you want to represent, equip your fencer, and enter tournaments all over the world. Fight your way from ambitious novice to fencing master.
Features of FIE Swordplay
• The world's first mobile game with real rules and techniques from athletic fencing
• Gorgeous 3D graphics, phenomenal animation, and real fencing physics
• Deep customization — fine-tune your weapons and equip your character with gear such as vests and masks
• Compelling PvE campaign: fight your way from novice athlete to world champion
• Asynchronous PvP mode: duel your social network friends
• Incredibly simple, easy-to-use controls. Master several types of weapons quickly, then hone your skills
• Officially supported by the International Fencing Federation
Start playing FIE Swordplay and compete in fencing duels that are dynamic, striking, and full of drama — right on the screen of your mobile device! Athletic combat with swords and foils has never looked so spectacular!
In this version the UI has been updated on the campaign, club, and profile screens. A number of graphical bugs on tablets have been fixed. New skins have been added: Knight and Musketeer. In addition, a lot of work has been done to optimize the game.
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En garde! Every thrust and parry of athletic fencing translates beautifully in this test of skill. Photorealistic graphics bring it all to life: a global campaign mode, upgradable equipment, and the thrill of landing the perfect touché. The game’s immersive combat swept us up in a world of fun challenges.
Who'd ever guessed
I've had an interest in this sport since I was very young. Although not the same caliber as the Douglas Fairbanks and Errol Flynn swashbuckling style of sword fighting I loved to watch in the classic movies of days gone by, it deff was something is always wanted to try, and still would. When I saw this game in the IstoreI jumped on it right away. So far I have found it to be a very interesting and fun game. More and more I find myself selecting this one over my usual choice in my game folder. I would go as far as saying that it has rekindled my interest in the sport. At 60, I'm certain it's beyond reach as far as developing useful skills but it would still be cool to use it as a form of exercise perhaps. In the meantime, I'm enjoying the game a lot. Thanks to the developers for not jumping on the bandwagon of cash grabbing types. So many developers insist on driving Bentleys and Jaguars when you can look just as cool in a Corvette and have loyal group of followers who say great things about you and your product. Thanks so much. Sincerely, Jimmy Parks, Northern California.
I remember playing this game a year ago back when I still found it fun. The matches were quick, challenging, and entertaining. Now? Not it’s just miss after miss after block after block. This isn’g challenging, it’s annoying. Where’s the fun in that? Every time I go to land a hit, *miss* I get blocks, but I’m literally on the third chapter or whatever and all these guys do is dodge my attacks. Me? I don’t get nearly as many dodges as them. And for some reason, if I for example lunge at the opponent, and the opponent lunges at me mid way through my lunge, he hits. I was around Chapter Five when I just decided it was enough. I wasn’t having fun anymore. Every fight lasted forever and was mostly me trying to either block my opponents mountain of attacks or me trying to hit him over and over yet missing every time. I even followed the whole ‘concentration’ tactics yet they did not work. I get having the final fight opponents have this dodging ability, but every fight just feels like a final fight now. This game was fun, but now I can’t find the fun in it. I suggest a name change. From “FIE Swordplay” to something along the lines of “Missing Simulator.” Are they all John Wick or... what? I tried every fighting style available, all sorts of different techniques, yet the missing never stopped.
- Federation Internationale d'Escrime
- 607.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © FIE
- In-App Purchases
- Special offer $3.99
- Offer "Quick start" $1.99
- Offer "Legendary set" $11.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.