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Castle Warrior
Publisher: Palace     Developer: Delphine
Year of release: 1989

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Genres : Action / Fantasy

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Bloodstone2k wrote ...2004-08-21 18:53:51
A few more things to add: as David Vaughn wrote, this is also available on Medway Boys compact disk 18. The Automation version claims to be complete, but the graphics on the sidebars appear to be corrupted. The same graphics on the Medway Boys version are ok.
Bloodstone2k wrote ...2004-08-21 18:49:38
What a strange game concept – it's a psudeo 3D platform game from the 3rd person POV. You are a warrior slashing and dodging your way through a castle of creepies to defeat an evil necromancer. The graphics are very colorful and well-drawn, but the animation is a bit blocky and the game play gets repetitive quickly. Despite this, I spent a lot of time playing this game got pretty far into the castle. The boss stages are interesting, as is the creature design. At the very least it's worth checking out for the odd game-engine. This game can be found on Automation CD # 124
David Vaughan wrote ...2003-01-09 16:23:35
I remember playing this game a few times back in 1990. It was pretty easy at first but then as I went on to higher levels, it got harder. The one thing I never got past was a monster that sits in a floating chair. You have to have lots of strength. I was able to hit him once and then I died right away. It was so hard that it was impossible to beat. All in all, Castle Warrior is a great game to play and it takes a little practice at first for first time players. Castle Warrior can be found on Medway Boys compact disk 18 and Automation compact disk 124.