Castle Attack is a free game where you get to destroy a huge castle. You have been given big cannon that can shoot some enormous ammo directly to the opponent's castle walls. But only extensive firepower won't save your ass.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Castle Attack is a free game where you get to destroy a huge castle. You have been given big cannon that can shoot some enormous ammo directly to the opponent's castle walls. But only extensive firepower won't save your ass. You have to adjust angle and a force of your projectiles in order to penetrate enemy compounds. Try to hit the castle with maximum power but be careful that you don't aim to low or too high or else you lose valuable time. You have only a minute to destroy the castle so start playing this free shooting game now.
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