Posts Tagged ‘Castlestorm’

Impressions: CastleStorm

By Ben Barrett on July 31st, 2013.

Your vikings are no match for my mighty javelin.

Humour, much like relationships, sex and peaceful diplomatic resolution of conflict, is something a lot of games try but few manage to get right. If they aren’t crass or straight up unfunny, jokes in games can often feel out of sync with a hyper-serious shoot-the-mans focused universe or dry simulation. When they aren’t, the limitations of player interaction, voice triggers and animation prevent true greatness from shining through. What, ahem, “physics based destruction meets tower defense brawler” CastleStorm does is just a little bit different.

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Heaviest Rain: CastleStorm Incoming

By Jim Rossignol on June 26th, 2013.


Zen Studios send word that their fairly fancy side-scrolling tower defence game, CastleStorm, which has already amused some of the TV-box people, is coming to PC on July 29th. It shall be known as Castlestorm day, or something! It should be explained that this is a game of constructing castles from various elements (in a pre-battle editor) and then withstanding a siege. There is also some lukewarm comedy involved.

Find out how to build a castle to be stormed, below.
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