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Kill your enemy, capture the princess & steal loot in the retro arcade game Burn & Turn!

By Kerri Neill on 23 Dec 2011 10:20 am EST
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I've always had a special place in my heart for those old arcade style games full of massive carnage. When I first heard of Burn & Turn by Robot Bear, I jumped at the chance to review it. The game definitely doesn't disappoint for those needing some pixelated fun. Burn & Turn is a bit more than normal tower strategy games. You have to really plan out when to leave the safety of your castle to grab power-ups or princesses versus just perching there and wrecking havoc on your enemies. The storyline: you're a fire breathing dragon who has to capture all the princesses and defend your castles from various enemies. The challenges come in the form of wizards who summon hordes of the undead and knights who release all your captives. Once a knight breaches an empty castle, it crumbles. When all your castles have been destroyed, it's GAME OVER MAN. The flying controls take a little bit to grow accustomed to but once you've got those down, you'll be burning things to a crisp!

Burn & Turn is available for your BlackBerry PlayBook in all countries EXCEPT South Korea and can be purchased in BlackBerry App World for the low price of $1.99. For those of you who want a taste of what fun the game has to offer, head on over and download Burn & Turn FREE. Robot Bear even added an extra level to the FREE version that isn't available in the full paid version!

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7 comments

NickA

I really like the 80's style games. This one even has the same sounds. Brings back memories.

Kevin Michaluk

Totally old school. Downloading now.

feldmen01

I love the cinematic cut-scenes!

cookney

is it 1982???

with the power of the playbook why are these crappy games still being made.... :(

shupor

looks horrible! Glad the video was posted

FrankDLR1972

I don't remember this game, but the style and sound effects sure are familiar. Hope they keep bringing back old school games.

gord888

Lol... Love the "cut scenes"