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Posted 17 March 2008 - 07:15 AM

Z Sculpt Entertainment and Super Happy Fun Fun have released Return to Dark Castle, the long awaited third installment in the classic Dark Castle series.

Return to Dark Castle once again sends players, this time in the form of a new hero, into the Dark Castle to vanquish the Black Knight and his evil minions. The game features over 50 levels - including 30 remastered levels from Dark Castle and Beyond Dark Castle, both familiar and all new foes, new weapons, new powerups, random labyrinths and mazes, and customizable costumes.

In a time of magic and mythical beasts, the ominous Dark Castle glows eerily under the full moon.
For centuries, the evil Black Knight has dwelled within these walls, spreading fear over the once peaceful countryside.
All seemed hopeless until one day, a traveler from a faraway land wandered into the peasant village.
He called himself Prince Duncan, and told the townspeople he had come on a quest to vanquish the Black Knight.
Overjoyed that peace might finally be restored to their land, they cheered as Duncan set off toward the castle.
But alas, their hero never returned from his valiant quest.
Tales of his bravery were all that were spoken of Dark Castle for many years.... Until now.
A new hero has arrived, ready to face the perils of the castle and destroy the cruel Black Knight once and for all.

Minimum Specs:
- Mac OS 10.3.9
- G3 processor
- 500 mhz
- 128MB of RAM
- 106MB of free hard drive space
- Turn all special effects off to run at 15 frames per second

Recommended Specs
- G4 processor
- 1.0 ghz
- 256MB of RAM
- 100MB of free hard drive space
Return To Dark Castle costs $29.95 and is available for purchase and download from the SHFF site listed below. A demo of the game is also available.
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Posted 17 March 2008 - 10:42 AM

Fun fun fun. Nice that they actually included expected performance results in the minimum requirements section. More devs should do this given that Apple's hardware is so standardized.

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Posted 17 March 2008 - 03:27 PM

I'm embarrassingly excited by this news. Going over to buy it now... awesome