The Eternal Castle Remastered Crack + Keygen Updated

The Eternal Castle Remastered The Eternal Castle [REMASTERED] is a remake of the original ETERNAL CASTLE from 1987, with additional game mechanics, sophisticated sound design, polished 2-bit CGA animated graphics, and modernized game design.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
Downloads 34
Genre Adventure, General
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Playsaurus / Leonard Menchiari
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The Eternal Castle Remastered reviews ( 3 )

uVimOvil, Jan 20, 2019

graficamente encanto de antaño jugabilidad tosca echa a proposito recordando viejos tiempos musica atronadoramente encantadora como las de antes jajaj todo en este juego huele a antiguo, juegos que a estas alturas muy pocos disfrutaran y valoraran, a mi me engancho a acabarlo pero no lo rejugaria, bastante duro los movimientos para mi gusto, pero reconozco que tiene su encanto.

Tomle1202, Jan 29, 2019

The Eternal Castle Remastered is the reason why the gaming industry has upgraded its adventure games. Sometimes a little bit of nostalgia is fine, but too much of everything is never good.

stop9091, May 14, 2019

A superficially charming but ultimately disappointing game: - the art and game design mimick the classic rotoscope adventures (Another world, Flashback...), however, it's much more of a shooter than an adventure - this is a great disappointment for me; - the art design is attractive and "retro-innovative", however it's excessive; in my perception, the imposed limit penalizes the immersion too much; - by having a very strictly old schools structure, it has slow and imprecise controls; - finally, I find extremely annoying (and confusing) when a game forces the player to use 6+ buttons, when it could comfortably do with half; Another World used one, and it didn't even have analogue controls! All in all, I'd say it's a myopic game, made by designers who did "retro for the retro's sake".