Lame Castle Is Not Nearly As Lame As Sony Advertised

You'd think a game inspired by a Sony PSP ad - an ad that implied an iPhone game called Lame Castle would suck - would be a quick cash-in. You'd think that, but you'd be wrong.

Lame Castle, which was made after the Sony ad aired by the enterprising Bradley Johnson, is an endless-runner type of game. There are secondary objectives that keep gameplay interesting and do mix things up. Gameplay is...pretty easy! I don't mean that in a pejorative sense. It makes Lame Castle an enjoyable pick-up-and-play. Lame Castle needs a few more updates to flesh the game out - this isn't to say the game as is at the moment is bad. I'd like to see a little more variety in the levels.

The game is available for $1.19 on the iTunes stores (there's a free version too). All in all, Lame Castle is a lot of fun. Lame, this ain't.


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    wasn't this already reported af few weeks ago? Or was it only on the Android store back then?

      You guessed right. The previous story, back in early November, was about the Android release.

    It ain't no robot unicorn attack.

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