We have an idea for you. Instead of worrying about vacuuming up a bunch of little bricks while building a castle, how about you make castle-building a competition?! Steve Jackson Games has opponents working together to build a castle while strategically trying to be the person who scores. We featured Castellan in our list of 2-player games, but it can be expanded to accommodate 3 or 4 players by purchasing a second game that utilizes different colors! We’re happy to be able to get someone started on the castle-building experience by giving one away as number 68 in our 150+ Days of giveaways.

150+ Days of Giveaways – Day 68 – Castellan Game

53 thoughts on “Mega Giveaway Day 68 – Castellan Game

  1. No, never really visited any ‘real castles’ I visited a historical mansion they called a castle in Florida on my honeymoon but really that was just a marketing move.

  2. Never visited a current castle. I visited ruins of some royal strongholds in Peru, and the historical fort I visited in Puerto Rico was called a castle, but never was intended to house royalty.

  3. We visited castles in Italy and Switzerland. Truly amazing! For not having all the machinery, tools, architectural means, these buildings are still standing and beautiful!
    The tour was worth it!

  4. I have always wanted to visit a real castle. My family was in england when I was born and they really enjoyed it. I would like to go back there someday and visit some of the castles that they went through and Buckingham Palace and Sandringham.

  5. I don’t know if a “castle” in Toronto built in 1911 counts.. but Casa Loma is the closest I’ve been to a castle

  6. Yep! When I was 11 I went with my aunt on a bunch of tours in London! Well, not exactly sure if they were castles… I think I went in the tower of London. Still cool.

  7. I have not been to a castle besides the kind at Disneyland! HAHA! But I’ve always been fascinated with them. I love watching historical shows and period pieces and wonder what it would be like to actually be inside one maybe in Ireland or England.

  8. No, I’ve never visited a castle, but I’ve liked them ever since I was a child. I’d love to visit the castles in England in particular.

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