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    td227's Castle Crashers (PC)

    [April 22, 2013 08:53:41 AM]
    Castle crashers is a casual Beat-em-up-style game. It supports various modes of multiplayer and includes a voice chat system, allowing for a great deal of social interaction.
    The game was originally released in 2008 for X-Box arcade and it was later released in 2010 for PlayStation network. In 2012, a PC edition was released on steam. The game features cartoonish art, often with bright colors. It presents a comical take on the swords and sorcerer’s theme. The music features artists from Newgrounds, so it varies widely in style.

    The game can be played with 1 to 4 players. The player can move in two dimensions (left/right and closer/further). The player can also jump. Users can attack through melee or magic(/ranged on some). When starting out with a character, players can use four different attacks: Light melee, Heavy melee, Ranged, Magic. As the game is played, the player earns experience and money. Experience is used to level up a character, and money is used to purchase new weapons. As the character levels up,

    Centered around a linear line, but the player can move around throughout this line. A few levels are dedicated to boss fights. There are also branching side levels, however, that must be completed to progress further. The levels themselves are very linear. As a player moves forward, enemies will spawn and must be killed before progressing further through the level.

    There are 31 known player characters in the game. There are just a handful of starting characters a player can choose from, but more are unlocked through beating the game. The differences between the characters aren’t very large. The melee among all characters is almost identical, but the magic does differ somewhat. Most combinations are pretty similar, especially the lower level ones. However, they all have different effects. For instance, the blue knight’s magic attacks apply a slow to enemies and allow for kiting, while the green knight’s magic attacks apply a damage over time effect.
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    td227's Castle Crashers (PC)

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    GameLog started on: Monday 22 April, 2013

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