Visit us at TapCritic.com TapCritic review of the app Assassin’s Creed. This is a demo for the iPod Touch and the iPhone.
way to repeat the same things 3 times…
The more orbs you pick up, the more you collect.
@Fr34k5zInc i know. ds version isnt bad. but when you play it on the itouch.. you just feel proud. LOL
This games looks like lagging.
this guy’s not to good at it… but good enough for a review i guess.
I like how you molest the guy to get the informations from him
It is like the DS version. They are both called “Altaïr Chronicles”
is there the same version for nokia 5800 xpressmusic, or it’s just for iphone?
i got assassin’s creed 2 for ps3 :p is really looks GOOD it almost looks and like
ac 1 for psp
not like ud ever use ur dick anyway
theres no freeroam!!!!
DID YOUR BALLS DROP
THE GRAPHICS SUCK
gangstar haz even betr than the new gta chinatown wars
id rather put my penis in a meat grinder than play the ds version. The iphone version game is good but the psp version is way better.
has he heard about the psp version which is almost the same as ps3 and 360?
ds version has worse graphics costs more and the characters voices aren’t heard like on iPhone so…get ipod version if u can…if u dont have ipod get ds version…and if u have neither….why in the hell r u watching this???????????
i hav finsh hihii
at the mo its free on the app store
Please explain to me
I do not understand the world of the drainages
when you download the free version, it’s just a demo. if you want the full version then you need to buy it
its a demo. usually if it says free on the app store with a big banner across the app it means its a demo, also sometimes its the same when it says lite but sometimes they are jusst about the same.
i downloaded the assassins creed 2 for my ipod touch for free but all i got was a puzzle game
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