The popular DRM-free and Indie games-friendly platform Indiegala has partnered with Ezekiel Rage and Plug In Digital to give away free copies of Citadale: The Legends Trilogy, a castlevania-like, retro action-platformer ported from the Nintendo Wii U to PC. It isn’t known how long the giveaway will last, so better grab it ASAP.
Where and how to claim a free copy of Citadale: The Legends Trilogy
Anyone can get a free copy of Citadale: The Legends Trilogy on IndieGala, at THIS PAGE. While the game is otherwise relatively low-priced at around 9.99 USD, it is a fine and positively reviewed castlevania-like, retro action-platformer that deserves a place in your game collection/library, if you are a fan of the genre. Moreover, this is a DRM-free version which allows you to transfer your copy anywhere you want and to duplicate it as much as you like.
The game can either be added to an IndieGala account/library, or downloaded directly without an IndieGala account. It isn’t known how long the giveaway will be available for.
About Citadale: The Legends Trilogy
Citadale: The Legends Trilogy is a retro action-platformer filled to the brim with vampires, zombies and other creatures of the night, combining the original Wii U release (Citadale: Gate of Souls) with two all-new sequels:
– Chapter 2: Curse of Darkness – Sonja’s Son, Gabriel, takes up the mantle of the Demon Slayer..
– Chapter 3: Legacy of Fate – Face the Dark Lord as Christopher – Sonja’s grandson and heir to the Shadow Blade!
Fight evil across three generations with distinct storylines, characters, levels and music. A Dark Lord plagues the land … and only YOU can stop him. Play as Sonja Dorleac and bring an end to the forces of darkness by wielding the legendary Shadow Blade. Battle the creatures of the night with swords, axes, shurikens and more – and face off against horrific bosses. If you prove your strength, you can unlock alternate endings for the first two games in the series. A boss rush mode for the original game can also be unlocked if you get the “good” ending in first game!
Tags: PC, platformer, retro, Windows