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Bridge Constructor Medieval is Available Now – Adds New Missions and Game Modes, Traps, and gets More

Posted by on May 1st, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Headup Games’ Bridge Constructor Medieval is now available on the App Store, bringing with it more than simply a change of scenery.

Bridge Constructor Medieval, much like the original game, is all about building sturdy bridges. However, there’s a bit more to it than just that. There are new modes to enjoy that include surviving enemy sieges and disrupting enemy troop movements. You’ll have to create bridges that can stand up to some pretty severe punishment, as well ensure that it can protect your troops from being bombarded by catapults. Traps are also an option for when pesky enemies come trip-trapping your way.

You can download Bridge Constructor Medieval right now for $1.99.

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Running Quest Review

Running Quest Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Playing it safe, Running Quest is a typical Endless Runner with basic upgrade elements and a pricey in-app purchase structure.

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The Tribez & Castlez Review

The Tribez & Castlez Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The Tribez & Castlez is a nice kingdom to visit. Problem is, we've visited kingdoms like it over and over again.

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Excalibur Review

Excalibur Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Excalibur's promise as a free-to-play action RPG is evident, and it's use of IAPs are also surprisingly non-invasive. Unfortunately, it offers little of value over other action RPGs.

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Song of Swords Review

Song of Swords Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Song Of Swords' art-style is second to none for its genre. Sadly though, it's let down by repetitive gameplay and thus its replayability.

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Hammer Quest Review

Hammer Quest Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Hammer Quest is another Endless Runner to add to the pile of others that are nothing special.

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KingHunt Review

KingHunt Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Evolutionary rather than revolutionary, KingHunt is a fun twist on the Fruit Ninja motif.

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Great Battles Medieval Review

Great Battles Medieval Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Guiding soldiers around the field can be a pain, but aside from that Great Battles Medieval is pretty sweet.

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Super Kiwi Castle Run Review

Super Kiwi Castle Run Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Fruit that can run? Yup, and it's excellent fun too.

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Royal Revolt! Review

Royal Revolt! Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
After a usurping of Shakespearean proportions, one brave hero goes on a tower offense to wrest the kingdom from his aunt and uncle's clutches!

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Castle Raid Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Castle Raid is a fun, easy to play, real-time strategy game with a medieval theme that features local multiplayer on the same device.

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Kingdoms & Lords Review

Kingdoms & Lords Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
While it's no epic, there's a lot of little things to do in this time-killing, casual fantasy adventure.

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TinyLegends – Crazy Knight Review

TinyLegends – Crazy Knight Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
TinyLegends - Crazy Knight is an arena-style hack 'n' slash with a little more depth than the new standard for this genre.

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Knights Arena Review

Knights Arena Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Colorful imagery and lots of gear is nice and all, but Knights Arena falls a little short in one major category: fun.

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Just last month, Rob Rich here at 148Apps reviewed Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North. He described the freemium multiplayer strategy game as “surprisingly fresh thanks to a number of small gameplay elements” and “accessible but still complex and intricate.” Just yesterday (April 16th), developer Kabam released the fifth version of Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North.

The update is basically an expansion to the game. A second city is available for players to build up and fortify. There are even new buildings for seasoned players to add to their second cities including the Relief Station and the Round Tower. Also added in this update is a Might Leaderboard, High Stakes Merlin’s Gamble, and the addition of Mystery Chests to the shop. Some improvements were made to the bookmarking system, a search for alliances, more peacetime item choices, and in-chat notifications for finished items in players’ cities.

Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North is a freemium multiplayer strategy game where players build up a medieval city, train an army, and attack other players’ cities for riches and glory. Kingdoms of Camelot: Battle for the North can be downloaded for free and gems can be purchased through in-app purchases to speed along building and upgrades.

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Lords Review

Lords Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Lords takes the formula pioneered by other popular free-to-play PvP games and improves the heck out of it.

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Granted, there are far more Sims titles available for the PC, but the App Store has certainly seen it’s fair share. It may need a few dozen more releases in order to catch up, but Electronic Arts is definitely doing their part to give the series wings on iOS devices. Their fourth attempt at miniaturizing the drug addiction-like voyeur/god simulator has resulted in a hand-held rendition of The Sims Medieval.

In this newest installment of what will inevitably boil-down to a game of interior decoration murder (we all eventually try to kill them, there’s no shame in admitting it), things have gotten decidedly more fantasy RPG-like. This is primarily because of the inclusion of quests and a legitimate medieval setting, but those aren’t the only reasons. There are new avatar options such as a dungeon keeper or vampire, the ability to create a guild and get help with various quests from sim-friends. There’s even the inclusion of a first for the entire Sims series: combat. That’s right, players can finally collect and use weapons in duels with other sims. And, of course, there’s the always-present home customization.

The Sims Medieval is available right now for $4.99. It’s time to get busy with the questing.


$2.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-09-22 :: Category: Games

Catapult Fun With Castle Clout

Recently released on the App Store for iOS devices is Castle Clout. At a special introductory price it offers the chance to travel back in time to a medieval battlefield with gameplay being focused on smashing through 150 levels.

Users control a catapult as they must topple their enemies and destroy the strongholds with a variety of weapons such as the traditional boulder, bombs and even the plague.

Two control methods are possible with typical tap based controls or precision based directional aiming on offer. Getting just the right angle is vital in order to maximise the damage unleashed. Besides the 150 levels, a level creator is included ensuring that players can have fun creating their own stages using different wall materials and characters. Plus it means a plentiful supply of user created levels to tackle.

Think of it as a medieval Angry Birds but without the pesky birds getting in the way with their cuteness.

It’s out now priced at $0.99 for the iPhone version or $1.99 for the iPad equivalent.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-09-08 :: Category: Games

$2.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2011-09-08 :: Category: Games

Shake Spears! Review

Shake Spears! Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Shake Spears! proves once and for all that iOS devices and medieval jousting are a great combination.

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3D Chess

3D Chess

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
3D Chess is a 3D chess app with a medieval theme. Who'd have guessed? While the graphics and animations are great, this is still just a chess app.

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