Darkestville Castle Delivers Evil to Xbox One, PS4, Switch

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It’s time to get your graphic adventure on when Darkestville Castle brings its unique brand of humorous evil to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch on Aug. 13, 2020.

Inspired by the genre’s greats, as well as Tim Burton films, Darkestville Castle drops players into the pointed shoes of skeletal demon Cid, who enjoys nothing more than sharpening his teeth and unleashing evil deeds on the people of Darkestville. Point and click your way through Cid’s quest to regain his spot as the town’s most evil citizen following his banishment at the hands of Dan Teapot and his professional demon hunters.

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From developer Epic Llama:

Like any decent demon Cid spends his nights performing all kind of evil deeds to the peaceful people of Darkestville. Little does he know that his old arch enemy is about to change his life forever.

Originally released on Steam in 2017, the game now has a playable demo(n) available on Xbox One, PS4, and Switch. The game features English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Russian subtitles. The full game will release Aug. 13 for $14.99 USD/€14.99/£11.99.

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