Welcome to the world of CastleStorm, a super genre mashup of 2D physics destruction mashed with tower defense brawler! CastleStorm was born out of the fond childhood memory of building and destroying LEGO castles.
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Data de lançamento: 29/jul/2013

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Inclui 3 itens: CastleStorm, CastleStorm - From Outcast to Savior, CastleStorm - The Warrior Queen

 

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"Castlestorm is no doubt filled to overflowing with features, variety, and fun. The campaign in lengthy, but not to the point of being overly repetitive."
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"CastleStorm draws from a seemingly unmanageable array of inspirations including real-time strategy, tower defense, and Angry Birds, and does so with remarkable virtuosity and humor." 8/10
--IGN

"CastleStorm doesn't try to hide its inspirations, and it doesn't need to. There are enough of them to morph this action strategy into something fresh and exciting. It's warm, frequently funny, and stylish It's just hard enough to keep you biting. And most of all, it's just bloody great." 9/10
--OXM UK

“In what is easily one of the greatest moments of my gaming career, I once used my ballista to shoot a dragon out of the sky. The massive lizard corpse fell to the ground, killing three of my opponent’s soldiers. Thank you for making that moment possible, Zen Studios." 83/100
--VentureBeat

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Welcome to the world of CastleStorm, a super genre mashup of 2D physics destruction mashed with tower defense brawler! CastleStorm was born out of the fond childhood memory of building and destroying LEGO castles.

The clouds bring rumors of war…It’s Knights vs. Vikings in CastleStorm, where medieval warfare meets 2D physics-based destruction! Controlling the battle in real time, players will harness the power of medieval artillery, manage a fearsome ground attack, and cast powerful spells! CastleStorm features a story-driven solo campaign, a custom castle editor, online multiplayer, co-op modes, and more. Building castles and knocking them down has never been so much fun!

CastleStorm is a physics based tower destruction game, combining elements of real time strategy, resource management, and a beautiful blend of challenging gameplay scenarios.

Multiplayer battles and Co-Op. CastleStorm features multiple modes of multiplayer action for both local and online play:

• 1 vs. 1 split-screen mode, simply try and beat your opponent
• Survival Co-op: Two players team up to fight off waves of enemies together! One player will control the ballista, the other controls ground forces
• Last Stand Co-op: Both players control a hero and fight off endless waves of enemies together!

Build your own castle! CastleStorm features a tower construction editor allowing players to construct their own custom castles that will be used in battle. Castles must be constructed wisely, as choices determine which types of troops and resources will be available during battle!

Twelve incredibly beautiful environments and a comical story. Sir Gareth leads his troops into battle against the raging Vikings to recover the stolen gem and bring peace to the realm!

Multiple paths to victory. You can choose how to defeat your enemy. Capture the flag, destroy their castle, or complete another predetermined level objective in order to claim victory. Each level features multiple objectives, each with their own rewards!

An arsenal that would make any medieval warrior proud! Harness the power of medieval ballista weaponry, and launch an assortment of explosive weapons including Morningstars, Apple Grenades, Homing Eagles, and even flying sheep to defeat an onslaught of enemies trying to capture your flag and destroy your castle. Deploy a fearsome ground attack of swordsmen, knights, and donkey riders in order to protect your castle gates, and if all else fails, call upon powerful spells to help keep the enemy at bay.

You’ve won the battle, now power up so you can win the war! As you power up in CastleStorm, new weapons and troop classes become available for use in battle.
#StormingCastlesIsSoMuchFun

Requisitos de sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Single Core CPU @ 1.6GHz
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce 6600 / Radeon 9800 / Intel HD 2000
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:500 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS:Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Dual Core CPU @ 2.00GHz
    • Memory:1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce 8600 / Radeon HD 3670 / Intel HD 4000
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:800 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX compatible sound card
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
6.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 27 de dezembro de 2014
Muito legal e viciante !!!

Pros do jogo :

-Seu castelo e personagens , como sua tropa e skills, são muito customizáveis.
-Quantidade considerável de inimigos, skills, tropas do jogo, etc...
-Simples porém viciante

Contras do jogo :
-A facilidade de vencer as batalhas acaba se tornando frustrante em certo ponto.

*mas não que isso atrapalhe, basta mudar para ''Difícil'', equivalerá a um ''Normal'' dos outros jogos


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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
10.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 19 de abril
Jogo muito bom, me rendeu boas horas de diversão :)
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13 de 15 pessoas (87%) acharam esta análise útil
15.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 21 de março
A hybrid of castle defence and Angry Birds, and they mix really well. You get to send your army to capture the flag or even destroy the enemy's castle to win the match or round. Different items, castle layouts (you can even build your own, but it takes a bit of a learning process), and upgrades will be available to better suit strategies towards victory against the Vikings. (Let me axe you something!)

The pinball equivalent on FX 2 is really good as well.
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10 de 11 pessoas (91%) acharam esta análise útil
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10.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 18 de abril
I bought this game in the Weekly Humble Bundle not being aware of what the game is actually about.
This game is a Worms-like real-time strategy tower defense, which brings u the kindness look of the worms series, with a 2D non-roundbased fightingsystem.

After a brief introduction into the story of the game, its very easy to get into the flow of the first stages. You'll start defending your castle against a couple of bandits, that are real easy to handle.

You'll learn all skills of your heroes, including different kinds of projectiles, moving out troops and even teleporting yourself onto the battleground while swinging your sword and using your bow.
Moving further on, you'll be defending your castle against wolves, vikings and other shady characters.

If u like the worms-series and are a fan of medieval games, you should defnitely purchase this game, even for 10 bucks, it's a great experience and very challenging in the later stages of the game.
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6 de 7 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
24.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 20 de março
Personal rating: "Very Good" = 4/5

PROS:
+ nice UI
+ cool art style
+ lots of levels in 2 campaigns (even more with the 2 DLCs)
+ fun & easy gameplay
+ tons of units, powers & projectiles
+ nice story in campaign mode (and in both DLCs)

CONS:
- the multiplayer is almost non-existent
- wobbly difficulty curve for levels
- frikkin' turkey levels
- some useless powers/projectiles

Comment:
Got this game when I received a coupon for a discount. I knew nothing about it except that the art style looked nice. After several months I finally decided to install and play it ... and it was LOADS of fun. It clearly looks and feels like a port from a mobile version but for this genre it does not matter at all. The gameplay is sold and consists of level missions, usually knocking the enemy castle down or taking their flag. But there are some other mission too. Right off the bat I can tell you to play on Hard if you want to play the game as it should be played. Because if you want 5 stars for each level you gotta finish it on Hard. I personally really liked the story of the campaigns in both the main game and the DLCs. The problem with this game is that the mulitplayer is dead, the skrimish with AI is lackluster and there is nothing else after you finish the campaigns. So no real replayability. However it is a fantastic game that maybe won't be in your memories for a long time but it is fun to play. Also worth mentioning is that to get the 3 MP achievements you gotta find a friend to help you out. Overall I recommend this game!
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6 de 7 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
22.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 18 de abril
This is a very decent little game that looks like it's suited to mobile platforms, but has far more depth than that.

Castlestorm is a mix of real-time tower defense and sidescrolling hack'n'slash, but the former is much more prominent when you actually play the game. The gist of it is that you need to prevent enemies from walloping down your castle gates and taking your flag back to their own castle - everything is on a 2D plane, a straight left/right path. You can do this in multiple, often very creative ways - but the three staples are using your castle ballista to shoot enemies manually, sending out your own soldiers to die valiantly in the line of duty, and controlling your own powerful general out on the battlefield. While the latter is fun, the castle projectile system is what you'll be using the majority of the time.

You'll be using your array of projectiles to deliver more headshots than Liebovitz, but it isn't just limited to bog-standard ballistas. Yes, you can fire a potion to turn that enemy griffin into a harmless turkey, and yes you can shower that viking brute with a barrage of kitchen utensils. The options are surprisingly varied and most of them have their uses, with different factions having differing projectiles available. You unlock these, the soldier classes and other spells/buffs by accumulating gold throughout the campaign and skirmishes, which are then used to upgrade your wares. These also include castle rooms - ballistas can fire at the opposing castle as well as enemy units, and if a room in the castle is destroyed, then whatever benefit it gave to your forces is immediately gone. This can include your army, of course...

The campaign is a good length, and the missions are reasonably varied although it might get slightly wearing towards the end. I would say that the DLC is worth it if you enjoy the game, as it's pretty cheap but opens up two new campaigns and factions to play around with. The story is pretty standard questing fare, although it plays around with tropes in good humour. Multiplayer is almost completely dead, so count on a single player experience only.

On the whole, Castlestorm is a good game that defies expectations. It looks like a kiddy iOS game, but actually gets quite difficult at points and utilises its own game mechanics well. I'd recommend it to most people who fancy a somewhat casual 2D tower defense. Also, Freia is awesome.

'They've smashed ah rhume in yer cah-sull!'
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
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5.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 18 de abril
CastleStorm is a hybrid game. It plays like a combination of Angry Birds and a castle defense game. You build and design your own castle to your ideal defense and spawn troops to send at your enemy’s castle. You even get this nifty ballista able to fire a variety of weapons. It can get quite addicting. The campaign story is hilariously entertaining, which I found to be an important part of CastleStorm holding my interest.

Usually in strategy games I like to skip the campaign and go straight to the skirmish mode but CastleStorm doesn’t allow you to do that. Instead you have to play the campaign to unlock skirmish mode content which threw me off abit, but in the end I must admit the campaign is way more fun than skirmish mode. Overall I’d say this is a fun game.
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9 de 10 pessoas (90%) acharam esta análise útil
10.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 14 de janeiro de 2014
Uma mistura de Angry Birds com uma pitada de "beat n' up", "tower defense" e estratégia. Talvez essa seja a "melhor" forma de explicar esse jogo. Da mesma produtora do conhecido Pinball FX2, a Zen Studios mostra aqui que eles podem ir muito além do Pinball.

Construa seu castelo, escolha suas armas, tropas, poderes preferidos e parta para a batalha. Na maior parte das vezes o seu objetivo é simplesmente destruir o castelo inimigo enquanto tenta defender o seu próprio. O enredo é básico e nem um pouco inovador, mas consegue lhe prender o suficiente para ter vontade de zerar o modo história. Destaque para as piadinhas que aparecem sobre o mundo dos jogos e da cultura pop.

A parte gráfica é satisfatória. Não espere algo que faça sua placa de vídeo trabalhar, porém o jeitão cartoon é cativante e por ser leve roda em qualquer notebook de 3 anos para cá. As músicas combinam com o clima do jogo, entretanto são bem esquecíveis.

Com os dois DLCs a história rende em média 8 horas de "gameplay". Contudo, se você for atrás de todas as conquistas, o replay desse game vai longe. Há ainda o modo online, com dois jogadores disputando contra e também cooperativo, mas não quis experimentar por falta de interesse.

Castlestorm é interessante por tentar se diferenciar dos clichês dos gêneros que aborda e ser uma mescla de todo eles.
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7 de 8 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
2.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 22 de junho de 2014
Amazing! Muito Cômico,

Esse jogo salvou minha vida de ser um tédio (...quando sem internet em casa) então tenho muito respeito por esse game, um jogo super leve e muito dinâmico e intuitivo.

Eu muito fã de Warcraft, encontrei nesse jogo diversão sem limites.

Tem uma campanha excelente e muito variada.

Recomendadíssimo!
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5 de 6 pessoas (83%) acharam esta análise útil
25.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 9 de janeiro de 2014
Totally worth playing. Great fun. Multiplayer is nice too.
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3 de 4 pessoas (75%) acharam esta análise útil
16.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 17 de outubro de 2014
Jogo muito divertido ! Não é o tipo de jogo que vai te prender por meses na frente do computador, mas com certeza pode te distrair e te divertir nas horas vagas : D
Podem comprar que eu garanto que vão gostar, e de preferencia joguem com um amigo que fica ainda melhor : DDD
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
17.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 31 de dezembro de 2013
Viciante, ótimo tower defense!
Vale cada centavo :)
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
8.5 hrs registradas
Publicada: 31 de dezembro de 2013
É um ótimo jogo que faz o tempo passar rápido, garanto horas de diversão! Muito bom, me surpriendeu!
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2 de 4 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
3.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 11 de janeiro de 2014
Ótimo jogo para se passar o tempo, é muito divertido e chega a ser parecido com Angry Birds, ele também relembra aquele velho joguinho chamado Swords & Soldiers, dá pra se jogar 1x1 no multiplayer com amigo, a customização de castelos é bacana, vale a pena comprar a versão completa para se divertir.
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137 de 160 pessoas (86%) acharam esta análise útil
9.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 15 de agosto de 2013
CastleStorm took be by surprise. If you ever played Swords & Soldiers, Angry Birds and any other tower defense game - and enjoyed them - CastleStorm is the game for you.

What it basically comes down to, if you haven't played any of those games, is this:
You're the good guy, you own the castle on the left (or right, depending on the mission). Your opponent owns the other, opposite, castle. You both own a ballista that can shoot about 9 or so different ammo types.

The goal is usually to destroy the other castle. This can be done by shooting projectiles at it. Damage it enough and the physics will take over, destroying rooms in the process. These rooms are filled with troops, by the way. Destroy a room with a specific troop and your enemy can't summon those anymore.

Troops can be send to help destroy the castle gate, after which they can then steal the flag. Capturing and returning a flag also results in victory. You can also send your troops to just distract your enemy.

You also own a hero that can be spawned on the battlefield to slay the troops of your enemy. You can summon them for about 20 seconds; after that they disappear and you have to wait a certain amount of time before you can summon them again.

Missions have secondary objectives, keeping the missions fun and varied, while also giving them replayability.

Of course, a tower defense game isn't a tower defense game without upgrades. Thankfully, there are plenty of things to upgrade; projectiles, troops, heroes, spells, your castle, you name it.

The sounds are funny and the textures are beautifully sharp and detailed. It's a gorgeous looking game, in its own way, of course. You can't compare it to, let's say, Crysis (obviously). That would just be silly... ...

Like I said CastleStorm took me by surprise. It's been a long time since I had so much mindless fun with a game ♥

[Rating: 85/100]
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39 de 42 pessoas (93%) acharam esta análise útil
17.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 30 de dezembro de 2013
Kind of like Swords & Soldiers (or other 2D lane pushers) but actually good. Pump out troops, cast spells, load the ballista with weird ammo and assume direct control of heroes to wipe the battlefield. The best bit is the artillery, lob stones to smash enemy spires to loose parts which then will hopefully crush the enemy army as they are leaving their castle. There are four factions (with DLC) with different troops/spells/artillery. You can either try to storm the enemy castle with troops, stealing their flag and bringing it home in a tug of war, or you can just simply smash the enemy castle with boulders until there's nothing left. It's just fun and the physics are meaty enough, who wouldn't enjoy breaking things? Lots of opportunity for amazing skillshots or stupid accidents when your ballista hits your own troops. You can also design your own castle, the room choices affect your troop loadout and bonuses.

The four singleplayer campaigns were good enough, but when you enter multiplayer the game commits suicide. Local splitscreen can only be done in tiny windows, leaving lots of the screen unused and black. It was probably to preserve the FOV ratio but the end result is completely unappealing. Online multiplayer then is tied to playing ranked matchmaking, if you want to customize and upgrade your loadout playing with just friends doesn't earn you anything. I don't know why they went this way, did they expect to turn this into e-sports? Multiplayer seems quite dead even during sales...

All in all a very enjoyable time, for some reason I'd compare it with Orcs Must Die even though it's a different type of defense game. The art, humour and design is somehow similar and very polished. There's a nice pile of content and game modes in the complete pack for singleplayer, however if you're interested only in multiplayer I'd say skip it and get something like King Arthur's Gold instead.
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32 de 33 pessoas (97%) acharam esta análise útil
42.7 hrs registradas
Publicada: 13 de janeiro de 2014
This game is super-addictive! If you like games like the Worms series, or Swords & Soldiers or any kind of tower defense games, take a look at this masterpiece!

Even my wife loves it and she's losing her feeling for time on a regular basis with this game.

Singleplayer has four campaigns and it's not just "destroy the enemy castle". There is surprisingly a high variety of different mission types.

Give it a try, it's worth your time and money!
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90 de 131 pessoas (69%) acharam esta análise útil
34.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 9 de abril de 2014
Thumbs SIDEWAYS... the single player campaign is a fun mashup between a tug-of-war, tower defense, and scroller rpg. You play to ear credits to level up skills and can even build your own castle. Eventually you get all stars on all maps, and all skills, and you are still left with an onsluaght-style game which is chaotic and challenging. Single player? Thumbs Up!

Multiplayer however, is a seriously broken, unfun joke. You are given 20k credits. Once you spend them, they are gone - you cannot gain new skills, you cannot reset your 20k to buy different items... EVER. Playing against friends? You gain no credits, so theres no reason to play with them.

The only way to get new credits is to play "ranked" matches which pit you randomly against other players (level 1 vs level 100 anyone?)- and in ranked matches you cannot even choose your opponents, so forget about ever playing with friends.

Multiplayer is horribly designed and very broken, slow and utterly fail, and unless you get this game at a steep discount, or dont mind playing by yourself, I'd say "avoid"

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38 de 46 pessoas (83%) acharam esta análise útil
19.3 hrs registradas
Publicada: 23 de dezembro de 2013
I like this game. I've been addicted by it straight away from the beginning. It's sometimes rare for a game that you start it and you don't want to quit it already after 10 minutes, because there is just something taken away your motivation. Actually, I would say that more than half of my library gives me this feeling not to continue playing after some minutes. But CastleStorm just does everything right you would expect from such an angry birds, Ballerburg, etc. mix. You can level up, the design is pretty, a lot of levels, you improve your skills, your tactics, etc... okay, the story part is redundant, but does not bother you further as you can easily skip it. So it is not annoying. I got the game for 5 EUR and I simply say, it has been the best 5 EUR I spent on this winter sale. I give it clearly 8 / 10 points and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys simple games with great ideas.
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24 de 27 pessoas (89%) acharam esta análise útil
20.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 19 de janeiro de 2014
Started to play this game and thought "Ok its alright but not that good",played it some more and "THEN" i changed my mind.
This game is deceptively easy when you start and then just gets harder,if you dont upgrade your units and your castle then facing off against some of the later enemies and challenges is futile you will lose and lose again until you upgrade the units and also the castle you have chosen.
The graphics are really nice and suit this game to the ground (some of the cutscenes are like watching a cartoon),the sound and music is also really good and suits this style of game.The balance of gameplay is really thought out and like i have said you either upgrade the units and other things you have (like i have said) or you will be stuck on the level you are for some time.You do have to grind a bit at times to beat some levels and challenges (DAMN TROLL) but when you do you feel like you have acomplished something and then the next challenge awaits you.
When i finished the main game i was like "AW IS THAT IT I WANT MORE" so i went straight and bought the DLCs and again wasent dissapointed,its more of the same which in this case is certainly a good thing.
Lets hope that they make a sequel soon and that it is as good as this game if not better.
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