Upcoming Game Sybil: Castle of Death Gets Demo, Trailer and Release Date

Upcoming Game Sybil: Castle of Death Gets Demo, Trailer and Release Date

Jul 7, 2015

Jombihead Studio is in a giving mood, and as such we get to see more about its upcoming game Sybil: Castle of Death.

First, the full version is scheduled to be released on July, 18, 2015.

To tide us over till then, we we get a demo of the game, right on Google Play:

Sybil: Castle of Death is a black comedy/horror themed strategy-tower defense game with a unique twist on the usual tower defense formula.
What is the unique element? Each enemy wave will have their story!
In this game your job is to protect the room with Sybil’s coffin,you have to kill all enemies before they reach the ritual room,and you can achieve this by setting traps,casting magic,and summoning monster.
You will win the wave if you kill all enemies that entered your castle,and it’s game over if they reach the coffin room.
Sybil’s castle will be the place of many horror and dead! Play this horror themed strategy-tower defense game now!
This is a demo version and the game will be out on July 18,features included on this version are:
– 2 levels to play
– randomized enemy personality
– randomized enemy sprite
– 5 traps to set
– 1 monster to summon
– A dynamic time system

Per the Google Play demo page, the full version will have 20 levels, 33 types of enemy and much more.

We also get a trailer below:

AstroWings Gold Flower Review

AstroWings Gold Flower Review

Sep 9, 2013

I often pity the countless goons that we destroy in shoot-em-ups. I mean, people get all spiky when some protagonist in a first-person shooter starts showing unacceptable behavior and getting trigger-happy all too often. But no Tony Vercetti in the heat of an all-you-can-hit pedestrial monster-truck rampage can compare to the protagonists of space shoot-em-ups. They kill billions! The tiny-looking death machines are razing interstellar populations to dust without even as much as a word of justification – simply because this has to be done for the higher order. So, if anyone’s in the mood for some cosmic genocide, here’s a new toy – AstroWings Gold Flower. You murderous bastards.

AstroWings GF 3AstroWings Gold Flower is halfway between being a standard shoot-em-up and a bullet hell. Each level consists of several bigger ships, supported by endless supply of small drones, which lead to the main boss. They fire an incredible amount of projectiles, which get somewhat difficult to dodge. But not quite as impossible as it usually is, in the bullet hell games. The ship also has a health system, so one hit isn’t the end of a level. On the other hand, the levels are significantly longer – and beating the boss is a lot more difficult than passing the rest of the level. The game has all the standard upgrades and coins that should be collected. There are powerful rockets, and shields, and additional lives that can be purchased – although the prices are quite powerful as well. The tough situation with resources is quite an issue in the game, but otherwise the difficulty is bearable. AstroWings Gold Flower also have a slightly unusual superpower – the standard weapon fires in bursts, and activating the power simply makes it fire full-auto for several seconds.

AstroWings Gold Flower has fine graphics quality, and quite a repetitive soundtrack. Although it’s not much different from other shoot-em-ups, there are lots of levels to beat, and that requires lots of skills. There are also many things to unlock, and although AstroWings Gold Flower gets a little stale after a while, just like it always does in the shmups, it’s still interesting enough.