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Crush the Castle

rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Strategy - Artillery

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May 4, 2009 | 7:46 PM EDT

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The King has ordered you to crush all resistance in order for his kingdom to survive. Crush castle after castle by wiping out all of it's inhabitants with a powerful Trebuchet and an arsenal of 8 different projectiles.

Produced In-House by Armor Games Inc.
Programmed by Joey Betz.
Art by Chris "Con" Condon.
Testing/Levels by Dan, Larry, John, and Dim (SuperFlashBros).

Inspired by Liam Bowmers (Castle Clout author), used with permission.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Game!

Nice take on the whole "stackable" games theme. I'd much rather tear things down than build them up. This was really entertaining, but the I often wishes the trebuchet had more power. For the most part, I blew through all the levels except for a couple. When all the objects stack on top of a room making it impregnable, it's a real chore. This captivated me for a good 30 minutes or so, and I usually don't play games for more than 2 minutes.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty nice

What can I say about this game? The graphics and sounds are beautiful. The physics engine is very nice. As you get better weapons it's great to watch things blow up after a well placed shot. Also you included a good level editor - always a popular feature!

A very well polished product and clearly it took a lot of effort. I only have two complaints.

1) on the later levels with a lot of objects, I found the control unresponsive - I click the 2nd time when the shot is clearly still on its way up and nothing happens, the shot just hangs there and gets wasted. Frustrating when things are going well for me otherwise. Are you removing the game objects from the stage when they are not visible?

2) after I release the final shot, the reset button is broken. I have to wait until the the shot stops moving, then for the countdown, and then I have to click some acknowledgment that I'm a royal failure... even when I know immediately that the shot didn't come out right (sometimes due to point number 1)! Why can't I click reset! It seems like a purposeful irritation. As a result, I found myself clicking reset with 1 shot left if I didn't think my odds on the shot were good.

Nevertheless I finished the game and it was quite satisfying.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice :)

Hey this game is gooood, rly.
I lost 2h for get throug it but this game deserve it... good job..:P

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


It has great graphics and The Trebuchet is so realistic!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Despite Any Storyline...

I found this to be quite entertaining. Very simplistic and very innovated in my opinion. It would be hard to make another great game recycling this style of gameplay, but for this game itself, I was very pleased.