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You'll ahve to conquer 35 castles. Each castle is placed on it's own unique map, the overall aim being to reach the castle in the middle and lift it's curse. Fencing off the surrounding areas of land allows Sir Fortix to move around freely, changing the game world in the process; wastelands become lush landscapes, and bloodthirsty dragons become seed-picking pigeons.
Meanwhile, freeing cursed catapults and power-up spells rewards players with special abilities and attacks, adding a wicked risk/reward facet to “Fortix 2's” casual gameplay structure. Build up on the successful “Fortix” game which was released in 2009 the game improved on the original in a number of key areas:
- New and trickier enemies
- Levels have a much better variety (green, icy, dark mountains)
- New boss fight
- New towers
- More challenging achievements
- Hidden mini games in the menu
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