Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Castle Doombad

Amazon Appstore FAOTD: Castle Doombad

Jul 30, 2015

There’s still plenty of time to avail oneself of today’s free Amazon Appstore offering, which is Castle Doombad.

Product Description
Dr. Lord Evilstein has kidnapped a princess, and now his evil lair is crawling with do-gooders. In this reverse spin on tower defense it’s your job to defend your home turf from heroes trying to save the day. View your domain from a side-view perspective, placing traps and unleash minions on your unwitting foes to protect the fortress. Touch and drag up and down on the tower to navigate floors. Across three chapters and 45 levels you’ll outwit intruders that attempt to invade your castle from all sides—ladders allowing them entrance on higher floors, underground drills to start on dungeon floors closer to your fair maiden. Keep the princess safely in your clutches and send those heroes cryin’ back to momma.

From Adult Swim Games and Grumpyface Studios who brought you Robot Unicorn Attack!

We had an opportunity to review Castle Doombad last year; the app is usually priced at $2.99.


[via Amazon Appstore] [Our Castle Doombad Review]

Monsters Ate My Condo Review

Monsters Ate My Condo Review

Jun 25, 2012

Monsters Ate My Condo is a pretty goofy game from the folks at Adult Swim. For the fans of the late night—and many times very adult—cartoons, this is a game to try. The concept of the game is easy to grasp. There are sections of a high-rise building falling from the sky. As they fall they make a tower. Initially there are a couple of colors, blue and yellow. Much like Bejeweled or other match 3 type games, 3 or more of the same color building sections need to touch to make a combo. To remove a section just takes a swipe of the finger.

As the game moves on, the monsters will come into play. The monsters are colored the same as the sections of the falling bits of building. Feeding the monster the right color makes it happy. Feeding it the wrong color pisses it off and it will attack by throwing a little tantrum. These tantrums shake the ground and the condo building. If the building falls, the game is over.

Not a lot of skill is needed to play Monsters Ate My Condo. It’s just a fun little game to kill some time. I wouldn’t even really call it a brain teaser or puzzle game. The finger dressed like a bad geisha girl giving the tutorial tips and the overly Japanese style of music and retro style monsters with absurd back stories make for an entertaining game.

There aren’t much in the way of settings. Other than the game screen, there are options to meet the monsters and see their creatively-crafted back stories, options to turn the sound on and off, or to repeat the tutorial.

Right now only a couple of the Adult Swim games have moved to Android, most are for the iOS devices. Hopefully more games will be making the leap to the Android OS soon.