Originally designed by Ted Alspach, Mad King Ludgwig is a game where players compete to build the most disjointed and nonsensical castle possible; this is accomplished in a turn based format, and by trying to lay tiles on your turn. The game has been around for a couple of years now, and has been digitally ported during that time to both Android and iOS. The digital game allows 2-4 players (with the AI counting as a “player” when desired) to enjoy the game, which also includes a single player campaign that is spread out over 15 different “real life sites” of castles, with a handful of Crown Goals to acheive along the way.
Digital ports of Castles of Mad Kind Ludgwig are on sale for $0.99 1
• Two to Four Player Pass-and-Play/Computer Matches
• Campaign Mode with Levels based on Real Castle Sites
• Training Tower Levels teach Game Basics
• Help System with Illustrated Rules, Tips, and Tile Reference
• 75 Different Room Tiles
• Orchestral Soundtrack
• Share Your Castle on Twitter, Facebook, and more
• Google Play Games Achievements
Digital ports of Castles of Mad Kind Ludgwig are on sale for $0.99 2
Normally the game rings in at $6.99, but it can be had at the sale price of $0.99. There’s a deadline on the Android side that allows it to expire in the next few hours, and the same may hold true for iTunes. So, if you’re  a fan of this game, now would be a good time to snap it up.

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