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$2.99
Castles tells the story of the ambitious King Harold, whose greatest achievement will be the tower you are constructing. As the tower grows taller and taller, more and more challenges arise along with it.

Game Info

Developer Whootgames
Publisher Badland Indie
DRM Steam

System Requirements

  Minimum Recommended
OS Windows 7 Windows 7
Processor Intel Pentium Dual Core 2.6GHz or equivalent Intel i3 2.4Ghz or greater
Memory 2 GB RAM 2 GB RAM
Graphics Laptop: Nvidia GT540M or equivalent - Destkop: Nvidia GT440 or equivalent Laptop: Nvidia GT 740M or greater - Desktop: Nvidia GTX 460 or greater
DirectX Version 9.0c Version 10
Storage 700 MB available space 700 MB available space

About This Game

Featuring three modes of play (story, versus and survival) the game can be enjoyed individually or as a multiplayer. With more than 50 levels of randomized gameplay in story mode, you will never play the same game twice. You control an engineer, rather than the blocks themselves, creating a unique gameplay experience. Engineers must match three or more blocks of tools or colors in order to achieve each level’s goals. The 7x7 grid allows engineers to move around the perimeter of the central 5x5 grid where blocks fall from above. Snow, wind, fog, and storms challenge the engineers as they work non-stop through day and night. All the while King Edmund’s minions, equipped with menacing machinery, are bent on orchestrating the tower's demise.

Castles tells the story of the ambitious King Harold, whose greatest achievement will be the tower you are constructing. As the tower grows taller and taller, more and more challenges arise along with it. Unpredictable weather combined with the efforts of the jealous and vengeful King Edmund, King Harold’s nemesis, may thwart your upward progress.