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One of Ouya's most popular exclusives has now made its way into the Play Store. On its original platform, Knightmare Tower captivated gamers with its addictive mix of simplistic gameplay and adorable visuals, placing players in control of a knight with a rocket thrusting him by fiends and through ceilings in a quest to rescue multiple princesses in need. Now the game is available for a mobile device near you
Knightmare Tower won't provide the most diverse experience, as each level consists of flying upwards, taking repeated downward slashes at ghouls pursuing below. Yet each slash is a risk, as every miss will slow down your ascension and threatens to plunge you into a rising pool of lava. Over the course of the game's 70 quests, players will upgrade their weapons, strengthen their armor, and obtain explosive power-ups. These all should make fending off the 50+ monster types with the game's tilt and tap controls that much easier.
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If you've already played this game on Ouya, you don't need someone else to tell you how good it is. All you need to know is that you can now take it with you on the go. The game is available for free below, but you will have to spend $2.99 to unlock the full version - a small price to pay for the amount of fun to be had.
Knightmare Tower
Knightmare Tower
2,649 ratings
by Juicy Beast Studio
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
 

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