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    Capcom Onimusha Puzzle Dark Castle

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    Onimusha Puzzle Dark Castle is a game from capcom, and though it borrows a little back-story from the popular PlayStation 2 series, the gameplay is aimed squarely at casual gaming on a mobile handset. The levels are short enough and the gameplay is simple.
    The basic premise of Dark Castle sees your character in a room full of nasty spikes that move from one side of the screen to the other. Your task is to pick up one or more keys and make your way, unhurt, to the exit. The story, as far as it exists, involves a samurai having to make your way through a series of these rooms in order to retrieve a magical gauntlet that's been stolen by an evil warlord.the focus in Dark Castle is centred squarely on logic and not action. For each level, there will be a safe path that will see you head from the start, pick up the keys, and make it to the exit door in one piece. (If you get through using the minimum number of required steps you often open up a bonus level, but these are for bragging rights only and have no effect on the subsequent game.)
    In the early levels you'll find the exit and these extra stages pretty easy to get to, even without dedicating much of your grey matter to the task. But once you get to the levels in the fourth or fifth areas of the map, the chance of taking a wrong turn and living to tell the tale are slim.
    You'll have to think far ahead to work out where the spikes will be when you intend to cross their path. This means that unless you're a Mensa grand master or are schooled in the ways of chess, you'll be attempting levels many times over.
    As you progress between the levels, this gameplay doesn't change significantly: it just gets more demanding. The relatively steep difficulty curve and the similarity between each stage means that it will not be too long before you're looking for a new distraction when you get stuck.

    Nokia s40 versions:

    128x128 version
    http://www.4shared.com/file/62307255...e_128x128.html

    128x160 version
    http://www.4shared.com/file/62307307...e_128x160.html

    208x208 version
    http://www.4shared.com/file/62307346...e_208x208.html

    240x320 version
    http://www.4shared.com/file/62307370...e_240x320.html


    Nokia s60 versions:

    n70 176x208 version
    http://www.4shared.com/file/62307467...0_176x208.html

    n6600 176x208 version
    http://www.4shared.com/file/62307536...0_176x208.html

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    great! thanks for the nokia 6600 version!!!

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    Thanks for the SE versions raul!!

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    Tnx A Lot For All Versions! Dudes!