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The Devil has converted a tenement building into monsters-only housing in Unholy Heights, a mashup of Tower Defense and Apartment Management Simulation. Sucker monsters into moving into your building, charge them rent and keep them happy by buying them furniture.
Release Date: Aug 16, 2013
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“Unholy Heights is a 2D game that perfectly blends the freedom of an indie game with the notorious creativity of Japanese developers. The basic concept is simply wonderful and is backed up with fun, refreshing gameplay.”
7/10 – DarkZero

“Unholy Heights is bound to put a smile on nearly everyone’s face”
4/5 – Video Game Writers

“At the end of the day, it's a cutesy fun experience . . . and horribly murdering adventurers is really quite satisfying.”
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About the Game

The Devil has converted a tenement building into monsters-only housing in Unholy Heights, a mashup of Tower Defense and Apartment Management Simulation. Sucker monsters into moving into your building, charge them rent and keep them happy by buying them furniture.

Unfortunately, heroes have caught wind of the Devil's plan, and will stop at nothing to wipe him out. Knock on residents' doors to call them to battle, trap heroes in devious pincer formations, and command your troops to victory. Monsters get jobs, fall in love, have children, and even skip out on their rent. Keep them happy or you might not have anyone to fight for you when heroes come knocking.

Being a landlord is a difficult job, but it can't be harder than running Hell...right?

Key Features

  • Every monster is different. Some are lazy. Some are strong. Some are perverts.
  • Use an intuitive mouse-based control scheme to command your troops into battle.
  • Encounter more than 20 different monster species, and take their money.
  • Build a reputation with different monster families based on your performance and play style.
  • Take on quests at your pace to unlock new monsters and furniture.
  • Build a stronger army as residents have children far stronger than themselves.
  • Get monsters in the mood for love with inappropriately shaped erotic cakes.
  • Look on in horror as lovingly hand-drawn monsters and humans horribly slaughter each other over money.
  • Monster occupations, hobbies and desires are all procedurally generated to keep you on your toes.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP (SP3 or newer) / Vista (SP1 or newer) / 7
    • Processor: Pentium III 1.0GHz or faster
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0 or better
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
123 of 138 people (89%) found this review helpful
235 products in account
2 reviews
17.1 hrs on record
First game to allow you to track the masturbation schedule of sentient flowers, winner of Most Innovative Game of 2013.
Posted: November 27th, 2013
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33 of 34 people (97%) found this review helpful
90 products in account
3 reviews
9.9 hrs on record
This game is fun. That's about the best word for it I suppose. The story is something else, you're the devil, and one day you decide to buy an apartment building to help fund your evil schemes and whatever. This game is sort of an apartmen managment sim mixed with a tower defense, you have to get monsters to move in and take care of their needs, while choosing which ones you send to fight the human menace!

The graphics are nothing to write home about, but I like the simplicity and think they add to the charm of the game, it's kind of like a Deviantart chibi fanartist's wet dream. The music is also pretty cool, all the tunes (except the boss music) kind of remind me of the Animal Crossing soundtrack, simple and sweet.

The monsters in the game are all unique, they have stats, wants, and even jobs. It's definitely nerve racking to have to fight a boss when your main tanks are out on their paper routes. The monsters types are all unique as well, the Helmcheepies are melee monsters, but when they attack they shoot a projectile that passes through enemies. And the Zombies have a life-leech ability to keep them fighting.

Overall, if you want to buy this game, do. It's four dollars and has plenty of stuff for both casual and hardcore gamers, along with replay value that won't wear off until your third playthrough. If you want to buy it, happy apartment managing!
Posted: November 25th, 2013
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16 of 17 people (94%) found this review helpful
352 products in account
56 reviews
16.6 hrs on record
A building management sim combined with action/RTS gameplay, all with a cute and original storyline - you're the devil, renting rooms to monsters, who then need to fight in order to repel adventurers and such. Not a masterpiece, but definitely a fun game to play. Worth getting when on a decent discount.
Posted: November 2nd, 2013
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
378 products in account
31 reviews
1.9 hrs on record
If anything gives an Animal Crossing gaming experience in [my] steam backlog that is surely Unholy Heights. It feels more action packed though. Game does incorporate TD mechanics in a very fresh way like pixel mosters for reference. As far as appartment manager goes UH also gives opportunity to try out breeding stuff a la Tamagochi series.
Cool game, recommend it.
Posted: December 3rd, 2013
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
342 products in account
4 reviews
15.3 hrs on record
Game's a lot of fun. Doesn't really seem like it, but it really is. Within 10 minutes of booting it up all my housemates had purchased it and were playing it alongside me. There are moments that make me rage uncontrollably, like the end boss and hunting for the few achievements in the game that aren't just handed to you at some point (because they are ridiculously time consuming) but it's such a small factor that the cutsy and casual side of the game outweighs in a big way. 10/10 would play again.
Posted: January 15th, 2014
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