It's cold, dank, and the peasants hate you. As lord of your realm, you've built the castle of your dreams, battled bloodthirsty dragons, engaged in brutal treachery, sent troops abroad to war, and defended your land against marauding armies. But they're still not happy. Maybe you shouldn't have poured hot oil on their heads...?

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· Design your castle, then watch your plebs build it.
· Fight bloody battles against angry, overtaxed peasants.
· Defend your realm with archers, infantrymen, and hot oil.
· Medieval worlds or fantasy worlds with dragons and magic.
· Build individual castles or conquer the wild frontier in a campaign.

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About Castles 1 & 2 with 2 comments by Protektor on Jan 11th, 2012

It's cold, dank, and the peasants hate you. As lord of your realm, you've built the castle of your dreams, battled bloodthirsty dragons, engaged in brutal treachery, sent troops abroad to war, and defended your land against marauding armies. But they're still not happy. Maybe you shouldn't have poured hot oil on their heads..?

      
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oldrocker99
oldrocker99 Nov 10 2013, 8:49am says:

"These are the original DOS games." Therefore, they run on DOSBox, and the game should run the same on any platform.

HOWEVER: libSDL_sound-1.0.so.1 was not installed on my system, and DOSBox was not marked as executable, so it took a little fiddling, but they do run on Linux.

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spartan123123
spartan123123 Mar 19 2013, 6:58pm says:

PLEASH demo

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Farhnsworth
Farhnsworth Oct 28 2012, 4:19pm says:

Crap, I finally purchase a game on Desura and it dosen't work, like 75% of ALL damn games on Desura for linux. Seriously Desura, patch your games for linux.

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Gindew
Gindew Jun 3 2013, 11:29am replied:

Everyone knows Windows and Mac are more important than Linux

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FadedDude101
FadedDude101 Jan 14 2013, 11:56pm replied:

Its avaliable for windows.

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UnclearImage
UnclearImage Nov 25 2012, 2:06am replied:

Game's aren't designed for Linux.

Welcome to the real world.

/sarcastic truth

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UrielCorinthian
UrielCorinthian May 11 2013, 5:01pm replied:

That's not really the point though... If they're selling a Linux version, it should be operational, otherwise people are just getting ripped off...

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KOYK_GR
KOYK_GR Aug 29 2013, 6:31am replied:

it was a bay a pirate ship dock in that bay and take what they needed in that day

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shanepritc
shanepritc Jun 20 2012, 11:45pm says:

Everything is worth what its purchaser will pay.

If enough people will pay the price asked to make it worth it to the seller to sell, then that is its value. This applies to everything. One individuals perception has nothing to do with actual value.

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Gindew
Gindew Jun 3 2013, 11:30am replied:

the 1980's were my favourite but the 90's are just awesome

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