The Tribez & Castlez

Genre: Adventure Release date: 25.02.2014 Official website  | Forum

During any scientific experiment, something might go wrong.
Sometimes you can even... travel to another world!
Magic rules here: monster dragons hover in the sky, and forests are full of treacherous monster werewolves. Our old friends, Professor and Aurora, will help Prince Eric rebuild his kingdom and protect it from the evil plans of various villains!
Visit well-guarded dungeons and towers of powerful mages, behold the ancient walls of the abandoned castles, look for mysterious artifacts and wage war on the hideous monsters. Meet loyal friends and fight cunning enemies, see the mighty giants, magic, dragons, and of course... a beautiful princess!

Features

  • Protect your kingdom from vicious Gobools, powerful Trollums and other amazing creatures
  • Uncover the endless secrets of the magic world in deep dungeons, high towers, abandoned wastelands — this world will amaze you with its diversity
  • Help locals in the most remote corners of Prince Eric’s great country
  • Rebuild the kingdom: construct Sawmills and Manufactories, cultivate grapes and eggplants, breed pigs and sheep
  • Develop your country: build fortified towers and mages towers to protect your subjects, create statues and fountains to boost your influence
  • Collect and Conquer: hundreds of rare magic items will add to your treasury and help you enlist the legendary heroes
  • Invite your friends to become your allies: with their help you will reach the prosperity of your kingdom quicker
  • Enjoy the magic beauty and enchanting sounds of the Middle Ages

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Game news

Total 12 results.
  • Game Insight releases seven mobile smash-hits for Yandex.Store

    Game Insight announces the release of its mobile games on the Yandex.Store — a mobile app store for Android affiliated to Yandex, the leading Russian Internet company.

    03 July 2014
  • Release | The Tribez & Castlez for Amazon App Store

    Magical adventures come to the city building games on the Amazon App Store with the release of The Tribez & Castlez! Previously released for iOS, Android and Facebook, The Tribez & Castlez now takes players with Android devices using the Amazon App Store on a captivating journey into the world of sorcery, dragons, and high adventures.

    04 June 2014
  • Insidesocialgames.com | Game Insight’s The Tribez & Castlez comes to Facebook

    After releasing The Tribez & Castlez on iOS and Android devices in February, social and mobile game company Game Insight has launched the game on Facebook, bringing the medieval city-building experience to a new group of gamers.

    05 May 2014
  • Release | The Tribez & Castlez takes Facebook by storm

    Get ready for incredible adventures in The Tribez & Castlez on Facebook! A colorful world of magic, dragons, and mysteries awaits! Already released for iOS and Android platforms, this new game is finally available for users of the world’s largest social network. City building games will never be the same!

    24 March 2014
  • Gamesided.com | The Tribez & Castlez Review — If It Ain’t Broke

    Say this about Game Insight: when it has a good thing, it knows not to mess it up. Since mobile gamers ate up the more story-focused take on city-builders presented in The Tribez, it didn’t stray too far when plotting a course for the sequel. Besides torturing the standard concept of pluralization even more, The Tribez & Castlez doubles down on the narrative and graphics while retaining most of the core gameplay from the original.

    14 March 2014
  • Gamezebo.com | The Tribez & Castlez Review

    A couple of years ago, Russian game publisher Game Insight brought us the prehistoric village-builder The Tribez. In it, we took on the role of an adventurous scientist who helps a primitive tribe rebuild their village.

    13 March 2014
  • Insidemobileapps. com | Game Insight releases The Tribez & Castlez on iOS, Android

    Originally announced at the beginning of 2014, Game Insight has released The Tribez & Castlez on iOS and Android devices. The game is a spin-off of the company’s popular original game The Tribez (our review), which has been downloaded by more than 14 million players worldwide. In The Tribez & Castlez, players travel to a medieval land of magic, where they’re challenged to help a prince rebuild his kingdom.

    27 February 2014
  • Release | The Tribez & Castlez for iOS and Android

    City building games get medieval with The Tribez & Castlez, now available for iOS and Android. Discover new adventures in the Middle Ages with this incredible new journey into a world of magic, dragons, and exciting mysteries! The Tribez & Castlez is a spin-off of The Tribez — the smash hit game with more than 14 million players worldwide.

    25 February 2014
  • Gamesided. com | The Tribez & Castlez Now Live On iOS And Android

    What’s better than a title with one word that ends in a ‘z?’ Two of those words, of course.

    25 February 2014
  • Arcadesushi.com | The Tribez & Castlez review (iOs)

    Building on its 2009 title, The Tribez, Game Insight takes the munchin’ peons from its original title and moves them up from fending for themselves in the wilderness to the stronghold setting of The Tribez & Castlez. Of course, taking such underdeveloped folk and moving them into a new plateau of technology doesn’t come without a few follies. As we see in The Tribez & Castlez, there is a huge price to be paid for settling a vast world.

    24 February 2014
  • Imore.com | Build a fantasy village and take it anywhere in The Tribez & Castlez

    In the mobile gaming world, Game Insight is pretty much the king of city builders. We’ve covered the Russian publisher’s futuristic entry 2020: My Country in the past, but their history with the genre goes back farther than that. One of their early hits was 2012’s The Tribez, in which players built a city for a tribe of primitive inhabitants.

    24 February 2014
  • Androidcentral. com | Build and defend a fantasy kingdom in The Tribez & Castlez on Android

    Of all the mobile publishers, Game Insight is pretty much the king of city builders. We’ve covered their futuristic entry 2020: My Country in the past, but Game Insight’s history with the genre goes back farther than that. One of their early hits was 2012’s The Tribez, in which players built a city for a tribe of primitive inhabitants.

    24 February 2014

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