Chair Entertainment has just delivered a powerful double attack on the App Store, slashing the price of its hugely popular hack-'em-up sequel Infinity Blade II, and thrusting a few new social features in for good measure.
First thing's first: if you haven't already downloaded the sequel to Chair's 2010 RPG-infused action hit, you can now pick it up for £2 / $2 less than the standard £4.99 / $6.99 asking price.
So - you know - go do that.
Those of you who already own this Qi Top 5 gaming original will note the appearance in this latest update of a brand-new content pack, entitled ClashMob.
This expansion adds a socially slanted battle mode which allows players to team up with others warriors online via MyMob, and unlock new achievements and perks by tackling a selection of strategic challenges.
On top of this, you'll now find more than 20 new weapons and items to experiment with, and a Gem Forge to help you customise your newly bolstered arsenal.
If you feel compelled to take up your sword and vanquish the God King once and for all, you can download Infinity Blade II - one of Qi's Top iPhone games of 2011 - at the reduced price of £2.99 / $4.99 for a limited time.
View the Infinity Blade II video below...