Rustling away on the PSP.
Moscow, February, 2011 - Game Factory Interactive (GFI), one of the leading Russian game publishers and developers, announce the release of PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) game Castle Rustle .
The game goes on sale February 16 and will be available in the PlayStation®Network. PlayStation Network (PSN) is a free digital media content- and multiplayer-gaming service, provided by the Sony Computer Entertainment for usage with PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable game consoles.
Castle Rustle is a merry and kind game for the real candy-lovers! It tells the story of Evil Sorcerer with a tin of apple jelly for the brains, who decided to invade the Caramel country. When the Caramel country's King noticed that, he called up for the Hero. Castle Rustle is a classic tower defense game. Each level includes the Caramel Castle and enemy monsters spawn spots. The evil monsters are actually the good animals of the Caramel country, and it is possible to uncharm them by feeding them with sweets. The Hero’s goal is to organize the defense of the country with the help of candy-shooting towers.
Russobit-M/GFI is Russian computer games' developer, publisher and distributor - one of the acknowledged leaders in the industry. The company was founded in 1999. During the 11 years of its existence, more than hundred of projects were published under its brand; more than 150 of them were developed in Russia.
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