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Available on:PCSep 21, 2017

Developer: Epic LLama

Publisher: Buka Entertainment

Genre: Interactive Story

Like any decent demon Cid spends his nights performing all kind of evil deeds to the peaceful people of Darkestville. Little does he know that his old arch enemy is about to change his life forever. Live the adventure of Cid, the demon of Darkestville, a laid-back being of pure darkness that will see his evil routine life disrupted by The Romero brothers, a group of demon hunters hired by Dan Teapot, Cid’s arch enemy. Follow CId through an epic quest full of danger, intrigue, and ridiculous premises. The game pays tribute to late 90’s point-and-click adventure games, featuring fascinating fairy-tale story and trendy visuals in Tim Burton’s style. It delivers more than 7 hours of truly enjoyable gameplay to both old and new generations. Dive into the unforgettable good old-fashioned atmosphere of classic adventure games and meet dozens of funny characters living in this amazing hand-painted world of Darkestville Castle. FEATURES: • Point-and-click adventure classics in the same vein as Monkey Island and Day of the Tentacle • Lots of Tim Burton-esque gallows humor • Funny characters and charismatic protagonist • Dozens of carefully designed levels • Quirky and trendy visuals • Numerous puzzles • Captivating story • More than 7 hours of exciting gameplay • Violence, horror and death-free adventure for all ages • This Game has been awarded with an INDIE PRIZE as the BEST GAME NARRATIVE

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Darkestville Castle Reviews

Darkestville Castle healthily solicits curiosity and delivers clicks in the form of satisfying punchlines.

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Darkestville Castle never hides the source of its inspiration, but it matters not as this is no mere cheap imitation, instead proving to be a love letter to the classics in the point-and-click genre. It easily matches some of the best of yesteryear, whilst retaining a fantastic fresh feeling, bringing along very inventive puzzles, plus a humorous and engaging script, all wrapped up in a gorgeously presented package. Hopefully, this is not the last time Cid Threep…sorry, Cid the Demon gets to go on a zany adventure.

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