Castle on the Coast

Castle on the Coast

A hand-drawn, retro 3D collectathon. Parkour through a magic castle as George the Giraffe! String together sweet moves to explore crystal caverns, stone laden halls, and trippy alternate dimensions.

A magic castle entrenched in conflict

Help George explore the magical Castle on the Coast, home to crystal caverns, stone laden halls, and trippy alternate dimensions. Seamlessly wander from level to level with no loading screens in a large, interconnected world.

All is not well in this land, however. Two powerful wizards bear a grudge against their fellow orphans. Can George bring this family back together again, or will he just get in the way?

A cute giraffe with xtreme parkour powers

This giraffe can get anywhere, anytime! String together wall runs, wall jumps, spins, dives, rolls, and more with responsive controls. Carve new paths through levels in a quest to frustrate level designers. When cool moves aren’t enough, don a jetpack or a rocket powered car to reach new heights.

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