The Big Big Castle! iOS

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  • Summary: Build amazing 100, 500 or even 1000 foot tall castles for the King, because, well, that's what Kings like. Castles! And really big ones!Take on the role (if you dare) of the King's personal castle builder and be prepared to jump at his every whim as you build amazing castles for theBuild amazing 100, 500 or even 1000 foot tall castles for the King, because, well, that's what Kings like. Castles! And really big ones!Take on the role (if you dare) of the King's personal castle builder and be prepared to jump at his every whim as you build amazing castles for the kingdom.Building castles hasn't been this much fun since 1326.And when your done building castles, it's time to destroy them! Use Cannonballs, Super Cannonballs and even UFOs to destroy not only your castles, but the castles of your Game Center friends.Compete with your friends and the world to build the tallest and most amazing castles.The King isn't stingy. Building castles earns coins you can spend on exciting upgrades and new building styles like Cathedrals! Expand
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  1. Jul 19, 2012
    90
    Clever, experimental, and a little bit special, The Big Big Castle! tempers its frustration with bouts of crashing masonry and moments of joy as your teetering creation stands up for long enough to finish a level.
  2. Jul 22, 2012
    80
    Gilbert and Kauzlaric do a great job of hiding the childish playfulness of the game under dry wit and game trappings like missions and goals, but underneath all that it's pure play time.
  3. Aug 14, 2012
    80
    It's a fresh and enjoyable take on the physical gameplay we've all become familiar with at drunken parties in the past, and you shouldn't let any freemium quibbles put you off at least giving the game your best shot.