May 25, 2017 Last Updated 1:51 PM, May 25, 2017

New players get to enjoy 24 updates worth of new content, new features, and improvements since Early Access launch in January.

Players need to craft the Trebuchet, place it, and then aim it by pushing it around. In-game physics come into play when figuring out how far you want to shoot: by adding and removing rocks as ballast you determine how far your projectile will go. You can arm your Trebuchet with huge boulders and even explosive Demon-fire jars that will create a fiery havoc wherever it comes crushing down.

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