Smash castles, crush enemies and enjoy epic 3D trebuchet action with the release of Castle Clout 3D from California-based game developer Selectsoft!
Featuring all new painted backgrounds, 150 levels, vivid 3D effects, new foes, special weapons, and a "hot seat" multiplayer mode, Castle Clout 3D brings medieval mayhem to the Nintendo 3DS like never before. Battle through the Forest, Frost, Desert, Jungle and Burning Lands to unite the empire and save the kingdom from the Darkness. Choose between the ballista and trebuchet, load it with ammo and release at the right angle to send boulders, bombs and more blazing through the air in front of immersive 3D painted backgrounds. Batter walls and topple foes while avoiding allies and earn Gold, Silver and Bronze trophies for each level. Then use the builder to create custom levels out of wood, stone and metal, filled with a variety of colorful foes. Or challenge friends and family in multiplayer mode and see who emerges the victor in a medieval battle royal.
Developed by Selectsoft in partnership with Teyon, Castle Clout 3D combines exciting physics-based play with clever strategy, entertaining sound effects and stunning visuals.
Castle Clout 3D has no review on Wii's World.
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