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Castle Master 2

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.50/5 (2 votes)

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Castle Master 2 is a crazy mixture of strategic planning and competitive massive battles. Enjoy the RPG Action packaged game play and progression! A. Fight epic battles, unleashing devastating attacks while experiencing breathtaking visual effects and smooth action displayed in vivid full 3D graphics B. Join a clan of players and you can give them resources or ask them for resources when you don’t have enough. Forming the ultimate clan is important since you will bring clan members to castle sieges, dungeons and hero battles! Crush enemy clans in castle siege and hero battles to conquer the world! C. Build your kingdom and pillage neighboring castles or rival clans and battle with millions of other players online, explore dungeons and more! Compete in epic massive PvP battles against other tribe and other clan players around the world and take their money & resources! Revenge the enemies who looted your castle! D. Raise troops of Spearman, Scout, Archer, Warrior, Gladiator, Metal Archer and Knight with unique abilities and stunning battle animation. Assemble the ultimate troops with multiple levels of upgrades for both tribes to defeat gigantic enemies and monsters! E. Distribute your Level Up Points and customize your character as you wish, equip dozens of weapons and armors with some very rare ultimate hidden items, research eye-catching skills & spells and rise through the ranks! F. Through the battles, you will be accompanied by clan members, troops and Masters, who can be summoned to battle scenes by Master Cards!

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