Castillo: The Nine Circles FPS Collectathon game launches carnage on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to Jackson “TheSmashers” Clayton for his outstanding work. Available now on Steam.
Ready to take on a retro adventure? Castillo: The Nine Circles officially launches on Steam. If you’re someone who’s keen on uncovering secrets and diving deep into fantastical worlds, this might be your next favorite Linux release.
Now, think back to the golden age of exploration-based games. Do you remember the joy of playing classics like Banjo-Kazooie and Super Mario 64? This title is here to bring back that sensation but with a twist.
At its heart, Castillo: The Nine Circles is about collecting. So you’ll find yourself in a world reminiscent of Dante’s “Inferno,” a detailed and deep setting that beckons you to explore its every nook and cranny. On every level, there are 10 magical shards to find. But that’s not all – with 150 money bags and a wealth of paradox energy to collect, you won’t run out of things to do anytime soon.
But why an FPS Collectathon frenzy? Well, our hero is none other than Dracula. After the unfolding of certain events, he lands in an unexpected situation – trapped in Hell. But this isn’t the typical portrayal of Hell. Picture an amusement park with roller coasters, Ferris wheels, bumper cars, and also carousels. All amidst a landscape that’s collapsing due to a paradox. Sound intriguing? That’s just the start.
Castillo: The Nine Circles – Official Trailer
Your challenges? They’re as varied as they’re exciting. From buying and mastering new movement skills to facing off against tough bosses. You will also engage in Castillo: The Nine Circles mini games, and more. And let’s not forget the delightful array of foes waiting for you, like walking trees and ghost pirates, to name a few.
Spending your collected money and paradox energy will be key. It’s how you’ll access new abilities and venture into previously unreachable areas. Those magical shards you gather? They’re your ticket to advancing through Hell’s unique circles.
What really stands out in Castillo: The Nine Circles, however, is the unique music system. Ever heard a soundtrack that changes with how you perform? Here, instruments come and go based on your actions, making every moment sound just right.
Jackson Clayton, the mastermind behind this creation, shared his excitement about the warm feedback during the Steam Next Fest. He believes everyone will like diving deeper into this world and unveiling all its mysteries.
Castillo: The Nine Circles FPS Collectathon is out now on Steam. Priced at $7.49 USD / £6.37 / 7,31€ with the 25% launch discount. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.