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Armor Games Launches Crush The Castle Adventures

/ Jul 22nd, 2013 No Comments

Crush the Castle Adventures

Armor Games launched Crush the Castle Adventures as a free-to-play title available via the developer’s official website.

The Crush the Castle franchise is a series of action games in which players take on the role of a castle catapult destroying other castles using a range of projectiles and magic. Fans of the Angry Birds franchise will find the gameplay in Crush the Castle Adventures very familiar.

Armor Games uses the company website as a portal for numerous flash, mobile and Facebook games. The Crush the Castle franchise stands as one of the most popular titles on the Armor Games website.

Crush the Castle Adventures introduces a brand new comedic storyline to go along with tons of new challenges. Players must help a lovelorn king attempting to woo his Lady Catapult. The game contains 107 new levels spread across nine lands with hundreds more levels expected to be available post-launch.

The Crush the Castle franchise has been a blockbuster for Armor Games, with the three titles combining for more than 500 million plays. Armor Games plans to give the latest game in the series fresh thematic storylines and bi-weekly expansions.

New in Crush the Castle Adventures is the ablity to pick from three different siege weapons with a host of new projectiles to rain destruction down on opposing castles. The castles themselves are now constructed with destructible blocks built on the Nape physics engine, giving a sense of realism not present in previous games. If players find a particular level too challenging, they can ask for help from naval cannons, blimps and magic spells.

Armor Games was founded by Daniel McNeely in 2005 and has gone to experience much success on mobile platforms. The Irvine, Calif.-based company is a host for new developers and game designers. Armor Games produces a majority of free-to-play flash, mobile and Facebook games.

  

JT Manning

JT Manning

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