The official Die Hard game hits, in time for the movie

By , Feb 14, 2013

In support of “A good day to die hard”, the upcoming new installment to the 25-year-old Die Hard movie franchise starring the now aged action hero Bruce Willis, Fox Digital Entertainment today released the official iOS game, a movie tie-in. Die Hard, the shooter, puts you in the shoes of Jack McClane, the son of New York City’s most famous cop, as you battle ruthless mobsters, elite commandos and shadowy politicians in Russia, with locations like Moscow’s mean streets and the radioactive wasteland of Chernobyl…

The game’s mechanics is a cross between the endlessly running concept and first-person action, spiced up with a bunch of gadgets, weapons, outfits and power ups to unlock and the inevitable bullet-time slow-motion feature.

Looks good enough to kill a few minutes as Budapest, Hungary-based developer Goroid did a nice job in terms of graphics and performance. The universally binary supports all flavors of iDevices, including the iPhone 5′s taller screen.

Die Hard 5 for iOS (iPad screenshot 001)

Die Hard 5 for iOS (iPad screenshot 002)

Die Hard 5 for iOS (iPad screenshot 003)

Here’s the movie trailer.

That’s some father and son bonding, no?

If you enjoy blowing things up and want to give the game a try, you’ll have to drop 99 cents on it.

Perhaps  unsurprisingly, Die Hard is free to play on Android.

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  • FlamingOzone

    Ohh…..okay

  • http://twitter.com/S_Lacertosa Stefano

    Whoever gets it let us know what you think!

  • Mohamed Hassabo

    Just watched the movie an hour ago :D

    • http://www.idownloadblog.com Sebastien

      How is it?

      • http://twitter.com/mizter_popo Rizky Ardi Nugroho

        Its more like drama with gunshots and bombs..The worst die hard movie.

      • http://www.idownloadblog.com Sebastien

        Dram? Gunshot? Bombs? Sing me up :)

      • Mohamed Hassabo

        It was a good movie, but I have to admit… The older ones might’ve been better. It had good action scenes but I didn’t feel there was much of a story in it.