Demon’s Revenge is an episodic RPG set in a Sci-Fi fantasy world. Begin your journey on Hasphal where prejudice seems to have torn the world apart. Join Sen as she finds herself thrust into the middle of conflict, discovering the mysteries about herself and the true history of Hasphal and its inhabitants.
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March 22

Demon’s Revenge: Enemy Behavior

We have made a few tweaks to how the difficulty and AI have been operating in Demon’s Revenge. One of the things we have taken out of the game is enemy levels. In the past, the game would usually adjust to the way you would be playing in order to relinquish the need to grind and compile experience. That did not work out and in some cases that would ultimately work against the player. We felt it provided a challenge and gave the player a reason to go into battles. In the end it ended up making the game more challenging than it should have been. The gains you would achieve in level would feel minimal as the enemies would always seem to catch up with you.

So instead we are going with a more retro feel, adding in gameplay mechanics that will provide a unique experience with each enemy you encounter. It will feel a bit more like Pokemon, as the enemies will be noted for doing “something.” Here are a few examples of what we are talking about.

Long Tusk Boar:





The long tusk boar will be a very aggressive creature. It will try to attack anything; that includes your party and any object in its way. If it gets frustrated, it may increase its attack power while becoming increasingly more aggressive. They operate best in groups as they tend to attack simultaneously with one another.

Worker Bee:



The last thing you want to do with worker bees is to be passive. If you get into battle with a worker bee and try to hide, they will immediately send out smaller swarms to find and attack you. Worker bees are fast and possess a venomous stinger. Although they are very fragile, they are also hard to hit. You’ll want to use accurate and quick attacks as their stings can leave your party members in a critical state.

EPIC/Fabled – Hornet Queen:





The Hornet Queen is a fabled enemy that resides in Origin forest. Because this creature is hidden, we do not want to say too much about it. It should be a surprise. Some may have fought this creature in earlier versions of the game, but a lot has changed since then. These enemies, unlike the previous versions, will be beatable in the first episode. They are made to open up the lore and the world of what we are trying to build with Demon’s Revenge.

Thanks for taking the time to read our update. We hope to bring more news soon!

– White Guardian Studios
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March 13

Demon’s Revenge News 2018

Some of you may have noticed that the purchase option for Demon's Revenge on Steam is currently suspended. We are in the process of preparing a release for the updated version of the game and its subsequent expansions. This decision has been made primarily by our team as we felt there was too many issues for that version and that we wanted a bit of a fresh start with our updated game.



As we have been developing and building the game, over time the characters have change. We have fleshed out motivations and story elements to make your journey more rewarding. None is more apparent than Sen's journey and we would like to think that we are building something great, despite the amount of time we are taking. We are aiming to give gamers a full experience and hope that these characters, locations and even music sticks with you.



The sound track for episode 1 is currently missing one track. Although we have more music for the other episodes produced already, we want to release these when the games are complete. We may release the episode 1 soundtrack when the final track is done, but our main focus is on the game itself. We have been through a few musicians to get this done and we hope that this appeals to fans of the game. We think the soundtrack is great and hope you will too!

Thanks again for your patience.

- White Guardian Studios
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Reviews

“White Guardian Studios have obviously taken great time and care to craft this atmospheric world. I recommend Celestial Tear: Demon’s Revenge to anyone who enjoys quality, old-fashioned RPGs.”
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New Version Coming Soon

Our game is currently being redone on a new engine for better optimization with added content and features. Please consider your purchase as an early access version of the game and once it's updated, you will receive the new version. We apologize for any inconvenience, thank you for your patronage. For more information and updates on progress, please check the news

About This Game

Demon’s Revenge is an episodic RPG set in a Sci-Fi fantasy world.


You begin your journey on the planet Hasphal, where prejudice seems to have torn the world apart since the beginning of time. Humans have proclaimed jehts, the native beings of Hasphal, disfigured, dangerous and unworthy of living on the same planet. They believed them to be monstrous creatures from Remerin (a hellish place) and hunted them down in honor of their Gods.

Join Sen as she finds herself thrust into the middle of this ancient conflict, discovering the mysteries about herself and the true history of Hasphal and its inhabitants. Everything is not what it appears to be as religion and life itself unfolds in this exciting adventure.

FEATURES


  • A unique turn-based combo based combat system inspired by 16-bit fighting games.
  • Exciting motion comic cut scenes.
  • A beautiful world brought to life with 2D pixel art and animations.
  • A rich story with voice acted dialogue.
  • A powerful, original soundtrack.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 or higher
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz or higher
    • Graphics: 4 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Additional Notes: Resolution: 640x480

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