Medieval

Developer: Brisk Mobile Inc

Current Version: 1.1.5

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 22.9 MB - Download

Description:

With over 2.5 Million downloads on iPhone and iPad, Medieval is now available on the MAC!

Medieval for MAC is in the top 50 All Games in 35 countries!

Test your metal with Brisk Mobile's latest castle defense epic - Medieval. Out shoot and out last your enemies to claim victory. Defend your castle and your honor!

Innovative controls allow you to choose from a variety of devastating weapons. Upgrade your fortress and recruit troops to protect your land.

Survive wave after wave of enemies, protect your flag and keep your Castle from being reduced to rubble. Manage your gold and plan your strategy for dominance.

Stunning graphics and realistic sounds combine to create an immersive experience. Listen to the death cries of your opponents as you conquer their lands.

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4 Game Modes: Fast Fire, Easy, Medium, Hard

3 Different Shooting Modes: Auto Fire, Show Arc, Drag Fire. Shooting mode can be set in Options

6 Different troop types including war machines like Catapults and fast moving cavalry Raiders.

8 Unique weapons such as flaming arrows and multi-shots. Each with multiple upgrades available for maximum devastation.

11 stunning locations

Numerous enemy types including flying enemies and a BOSS enemy!


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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 1.1.5
Review by USRed87

Not Bad for the Price - Overall a solid Defense type game. Gameplay: If I had to describe the gameplay, it would be a much upgraded version of the old "Defend Your Castle" flash game. You start off with just 1 crossbow that you control the power and angle of, with your castle on the right side of the screen and the computer on the left. Gradually enemy troops and aircraft (baloons) will start to come from the left side of the screen to attack you on the right, and you must various special abilities such as fire arrows and multi-shots to attack them, as well as any troops you have trained once you have the appropriate buildings. Meanwhile, you must also assault your opponent's castle, as the round will not end until it is destroyed. Gold is awarded for successful hits on enemy units, and the amount you receive is scaled based on accuracy, i.e. if you hit a footman in the head you'll receive a lot of gold versus very little for the legs, or if you shoot a catapult in the wheels you'll receive almost nothing compared to if you hit the guy who's pushing it (on the magnitude of 10 to 20x more gold). I did have to frequently take breaks as playing this game was rather tiring on the hands using a touchpad on a MacBook. Graphics: The game definitely is beautiful for what it is, a 2D defense game. There are many environments and the attack effects are visually satisfying. All the sprites are well done as well. Sound: Medieval sorely lacks on sound. Sounds effects are not very pleasing, and the spoken dialogue (such as when you are purchasing) is nothing more than a person with a (low quality) microphone and a poor English accent. Honestly, it sounds like they used the Sound Recorder that is bundled with Windows to record the spoken parts, it sticks out that much. The title music is something that definitely stands out as being spectacular, however music is strangely absent from the game itself, whereas a battle theme seems like it should be there during actualy gameplay. Overall Medieval is a solid game that looks stunning when played in Full Screen. The gameplay is very addictive and is great to kill an hour or so. There are few areas that could use some improvement, namely in the audio department (Battle music, please?), but its still not enough to take away from the fun. Medieval was well worth the purchase.

Found helpful by 18 out of 21 people
1/5
Version 1.1.5
Review by SleepsWithBears

Broken and boring - Different elements of the game don't work correctly all the time, like catapults. And the game basically never changes: the same enemies march the same way every time after the first few attacks.

Found helpful by 1 out of 5 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 1.1.5
Review by STARLORD REVIEW

Great! Needs an update! - I have multiple time aimed a single arrow straight down to an enemy and missed far to many times. I have the iPhone version and can say that one is worth 5 stars. So until this one is at its best for a Mac Game, It gets 2 Stars. Sorry.

Found helpful by 8 out of 14 people
4/5
Version 1.1.5
Review by USRed87

Not Bad for the Price - Overall a solid Defense type game. Gameplay: If I had to describe the gameplay, it would be a much upgraded version of the old "Defend Your Castle" flash game. You start off with just 1 crossbow that you control the power and angle of, with your castle on the right side of the screen and the computer on the left. Gradually enemy troops and aircraft (baloons) will start to come from the left side of the screen to attack you on the right, and you must various special abilities such as fire arrows and multi-shots to attack them, as well as any troops you have trained once you have the appropriate buildings. Meanwhile, you must also assault your opponent's castle, as the round will not end until it is destroyed. Gold is awarded for successful hits on enemy units, and the amount you receive is scaled based on accuracy, i.e. if you hit a footman in the head you'll receive a lot of gold versus very little for the legs, or if you shoot a catapult in the wheels you'll receive almost nothing compared to if you hit the guy who's pushing it (on the magnitude of 10 to 20x more gold). I did have to frequently take breaks as playing this game was rather tiring on the hands using a touchpad on a MacBook. Graphics: The game definitely is beautiful for what it is, a 2D defense game. There are many environments and the attack effects are visually satisfying. All the sprites are well done as well. Sound: Medieval sorely lacks on sound. Sounds effects are not very pleasing, and the spoken dialogue (such as when you are purchasing) is nothing more than a person with a (low quality) microphone and a poor English accent. Honestly, it sounds like they used the Sound Recorder that is bundled with Windows to record the spoken parts, it sticks out that much. The title music is something that definitely stands out as being spectacular, however music is strangely absent from the game itself, whereas a battle theme seems like it should be there during actualy gameplay. Overall Medieval is a solid game that looks stunning when played in Full Screen. The gameplay is very addictive and is great to kill an hour or so. There are few areas that could use some improvement, namely in the audio department (Battle music, please?), but its still not enough to take away from the fun. Medieval was well worth the purchase.

Found helpful by 18 out of 21 people
3/5
Version 1.1.5
Review by ZhuangXia

Entertaining for a few hours - This is a simple concept: protect your castle from approaching soldiers and catapults while using your own weapons to destroy the opponent's castle. Gameplay is simple, and it's fun to upgrade your weapons as you gain more credits to invest in them. Once you've maxed out the upgrades, though, it's quite easy to use your superior firepower to demolish any enemies. After a few hours (3–5), the challenges run out and the conceit wears thin. Still, it's cheap and may entertain you for an evening or two.

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people
2/5
Version 1.1.5
Review by _BMW_

It is good at first...... but becomes boring - I bought this game and at first it wasn't that bad.......but after awile it becomes boring. It has a good price. The price is so low because its the same thing EVERY level. To capture the flag or destroy the castle. I was soon able to destroy the cast lik in 45 seconds. The price is low though so thats shows you its quality. Overall its okay...... I guess......

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people
2/5
Version 1.1.5
Review by jburk03

crossbow issues - there is really only one firing mode in this version unlike in the ipad version. Pain in the a%* with a mouse or track pad

Found helpful by 0 out of 1 people
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