French studio Wild Factor presents its Dungeon Keeper inspired creepy mansion manager.
Indie developers at French studio Wild Factor, paired with publishers at Good Shepherd Entertainment, released today their Dungeon Keeper inspired MachiaVillain, where players will build their own haunted creepy mansion and protect it from the good guys trying to slay its monsters and save the day.
Inspired by the tropes of horror cinema and classic gaming experiences like Dungeon Keeper, MachiaVillain lets you build the macabre mansion of your dreadful dreams from harmless house up to nightmarish palace of panic. Become a professional mastermind – set deadly traps, lure locals inside, and let your minions feast on their flesh. But beware: even horror movie monsters have a code of honor to obey. To become the most frightening menace in the neighborhood, you’ll have to slay by the rules – target victims when they’re alone, keep the virgin alive until the end, and never hurt the dog.
Each monster we add to our mansion population will have its own treats, perks and also needs to take care of in order to maintain chaos in check and be able to drive those bothersome heroes away when they dare enter our abode.
Assemble a menagerie of monsters, balance their unique traits and needs, and customize the mansion to make them feel at home. Use leftover body parts from dismembering and other resources from the environment to craft new items to keep the manor safe from supernatural creatures and monster hunters out to exorcise your gruesome good time.
MachiaVillain is available today for USD 19,99. For more information you can check out its Steam page.
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