Renaissance Blood THD

Renaissance Blood THD

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  • Downloads:
    5,000 - 10,000
  • Last update
    Apr 12, 2013

Renaissance Blood THD Reviews

  • T. Fergason

    T. Fergason

    Reviewed in Fantasy and Dark Fantasy

    A medieval fantasy themed FPS where you shoot weapons from crossbows to wheel-lock rifles. High-end device required, but highly recommended for anyone looking for something different in a FPS game.

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★★ Notes ★★
- This game runs on devices with NVIDIA® Tegra 3® chip only. You can check devices with NVIDIA® Tegra 3® chip here:
Phones: http://www.nvidia.com/object/tegra-superphones.html
Tablets: http://www.nvidia.com/object/tegra-supertablets.html
- Please update your firmware/OS to the latest version.
- Please close all open applications when you start the game for maximum performance. ★★ Game Introduction ★★
The heroes of the Renaissance, each with their own agenda, are frantically searching for the blueprint of Da Vinci Machine.
Now you are Rossi, young apprentice to Leonardo da Vinci, and you need to fight against Bart, the corrupt priest.
Please get back the blueprint taken by Bart, and his followers.
And don’t forget that you’re with Aisha, the beautiful assassin from Arabia.


Renaissance Blood THD is a first-person shooter that takes place in the Renaissance era. Developed specifically for the NVIDIA® Tegra 3® chip and the Unreal Engine, this visually stunning action-packed thriller dares to raise the bar for shooting games on all platforms.

★★ Key Features ★★
- Designed specifically to take full advantage of devices using NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core mobile processor with its 4-PLUS-1 quad-core CPU architecture that delivers outstanding performance and amazing battery life, plus a 12-core GPU, to deliver up to 5x the performance of the world's first dual-core processor, Tegra 2.
- Intuitive controls for players of all levels
- Dynamic character lighting and gamma correction for realistic light calculations
- Interactive scene objects using advanced physics simulations