Welcome to Royal Tumble
My name is Matt and I am the sole developer of Royal Tumble. A huge amount of passion and hard work has gone into making this game and this is just the beginning – I will be working to consistently add more characters, more levels, more scenes and ultimately.. more explosions. Your support and suggestions are vital and hugely appreciated so if there is anything you would like to see added to RT, be sure to let me know and I will do my best to bring it to the game.
Have fun playing 🙂
About the Game
Meet King Ono, ruler of Square land, beloved by all. That is, apart from his arch enemy Lord Void, who will stop at nothing to dethrone him.
The King lacks any meaningful construction skills so he needs you to build his castles for him, using nothing but the latest in cutting edge building materials including.. wood, stone and … iron. You had better make them strong and sturdy too, because Void’s loyal, cannon wielding minions will do all they can to destroy them, and send your King tumbling down to the cold, hard ground.
Protect the King’s gold coins and gunpowder stashes and he will reward you, but if he suffers because of your inadequate castle building skills he’ll wuss out and surrender, or even worse.. die, meaning you’ll see none of those glorious shiny things.
Oh.. and whatever you do, be sure to keep those gunpowder barrels out of sight from the attackers, or your king will be taking a royal flight.
Had enough of the King’s high and mighty attitude? Take Lord Voids place and plan the attack on the King’s castles yourself, before taking control of his minions and their devastatingly accurate (ish) cannons. Destroy the King’s coin chests and you’ll steal the contents, provided you make the King surrender or send him to his fate.
Want to make your own levels? Want to place the king at dizzying heights above a cluster of high explosive gunpowder barrels and create an explosion Michael Bay would be proud of? Use custom level slots to create your very own levels, controlling everything from the type and amount of building materials available, to the amount of cannon ammunition the attackers have.