See that red-haired hero up there? He's gotten angrier over the years. In the first Eternity Warriors, he held his blade over his head, enthusiastically ready to jump into a horde of demons and serve them a fresh slice of justice. Then, after what was quite a disappointing quest, he returned for a sequel looking much angrier, as though he couldn't believe he had to go through this again. Now he's back for a third adventure, and he looks positively filled with rage. As much as he hates the task at hand, millions of players can't get enough of this hack-and-slash adventure.

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The last Demon Tower fell in Eternity Warriors 2, but evil is still plaguing the people of Northern Udar. Players will crawl through dungeons as warriors, mages, or monks, slaying countless fiends and collecting precious loot in order to save the world once more. The 3D visuals have been improved since the previous release, and you will be able to admire them alongside other gamers either as friends or foes after each other's blood.

The game is free to play, but there are extra items that will cost you real money to acquire. Udar's merchants aren't the best warriors, and they need to survive somehow.

Bertel King, Jr.
Born and raised in the rural South, Bertel knows what it's like to live without 4G LTE - or 3G, for that matter. The only things he likes sweeter than his tea are his gadgets, and while few objects burn more than a metal phone on a summer day, he prefers them that way anyway.

  • Sqube

    Yeah, but it's Glu Mobile... so how horrible are those IAPs this time around? My default assumption is "distressingly bad" but I'd like to be wrong so I can pick this game up.

    • Primalxconvoy

      Is it "Gameloft bad", though?

  • Ray Sunghwa Woo

    Probably this type of model of mobile games generates more revenue but I'd like this game to be playable at the least with <$3. Like Torchlight, a decent game which was on sale for $4 on PC, and you can play through endless dungeons with lots of loots. It would never make sense to me to invest on a game more than $10 on a mobile phone. Besides the platform, how better is this game than Torchlight 2? I can't seem to find one.

    • Andre S

      I really hope someone port Torchlight 2 to android, it's really awsome game on pc.

  • xHabeasCorpusx

    Unless this is sponsored, I really don't want anymore publicity for Glu. Huge paywalls, bad support, bugs, and poor gameplay all lead up to Glu's business model. They are the epitome of what's wrong with Andorid gaming.

    • http://brgulker.wordpress.com/ brgulker

      Then don't click the headline when you see a Glu IP. Problem solved.

      • Tommy Wiseau

        How would that solve anything? Glu still get's it's publicity for it's crappy games.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/eric-ravenscraft/ Eric Ravenscraft

          "It is not enough that I succeed. Others must fail."

      • Primalxconvoy

        It's always a good thing to warn others though, isn't it?

        • Tommy Wiseau

          Ha ha true like slapping their logo on everything. It's helped me too.

  • ChainsawCharlie

    No thank glu

  • http://www.youtube.com/crisr82 Kristian Ivanov

    IMPROVED visuals? I'm sorry, on my Galaxy S2 the game looks noticeably WORSE than the previous one, and there are no graphic settings as far as I can tell...not to mention it turned out to be a serious battery drain.

    Also, always online - yey just what I always wanted [/sarcasm]

    GG Glu, deleting a huge amount of legitimate characters on EW2 then releasing EW3

  • Primalxconvoy

    You lost me at "Glu".

  • CerealFTW

    I don't know how I'm supposed to take android gaming seriously when these IAP games come along and ruin it. It bothers me to pay through a game, it feels like cheating and really unsatisfying. Hardware is going towards hardcore gaming(Nvidia shield, Nvidia k1, moga, ouya) but games are heading the opposite direction imho.

    • renz

      to be honest when nvidia came up with shield i was hoping more premium type games will come for android. IMO the freemium are the real obstacle for android to get better quality games. i think nvidia themselves know about it. that's why with tegra K1 they mention about porting games to android. during the unveil they already demo trine 2 and serious sam 3. these games most likely got their profit when they first release the game on console or pc. so when porting to android they might don't have to charge the same price as when their game first comes out. of course it will not be as easy as that (there are still porting to android cost to count in) but it could be a good start for if we want android to get much better games than the regular freemium that we are getting

  • petrochemicals

    Not a single positive comment here, so could someone from AP explain why they are publishing articles advertising games made by a company that apparently none of your readers want to hear about or support?

  • http://ralphchastain.com/ Ralph Chastain

    Wow. None of you sound happy. Not A Surprise.

    • Cantstandmorons

      is anyone ever happy? they want developers to sink thousands into developing great mobile games but want to pay 3$ to access everything. When console games start selling for 10$ or less, 3$ for a mobile game will be warranted. Until then, stop being bitches, get a job, and pay a few bucks to enjoy fun games that only suffer from developers needing to pay their employees.

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  • Kevin McCarty

    I use a hack for Eternity Warriors 3 which gave me unlimited coins, gems, skill points and boosted my XP. Here it is: http://g4mehacks.com/eternity-warriors-3-hack/ I have tested it on my Samsung Galaxy S3 :). Hope this helps you!