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Damsel Releases

 

 

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – August 7th, in the year of our Lord 2019: Damsel, the vampire slaying arcade game from Screwtape Studios, dashes onto Nintendo Switch™ and Xbox One today. Damsel is available to be digitally downloaded via the Nintendo eShop and on Xbox One.

Cause distress in Damsel, a challenging, fast-paced, arcade platformer. Experience a dark cartoon world come to life as frenetic action gameplay meets comic book visuals and storytelling. Dash through beautiful arenas vanquishing vampires, rescuing hostages, disarming bombs, and much more. The game consists of three episodes of Damsel’s adventure totalling 75 action packed missions and a comic book story that sees Special Agent Damsel investigate the vampire-owned Red Mist Beverage Corporation. The word on the street is that Red Mist is creating a “secret menu” drink containing real human blood. Spoiler: They are!

Features

Classic Arcade Vibe - Bite sized gameplay that’ll make you say “Just one more go” (although you said that a few tries ago…)

Comic Book Campaign - Learn the secrets of Red Mist and put a stop to their evil plans.

Competitive Arcade Leaderboards - Master your abilities by perfecting your runs and become the top agent.

Chill Out Time - Chillout mode lets you take the edge off and enjoy the game without worrying about pesky things like dying.

Extra challenge modes - For the discerning slayer, take the difficulty up a notch!

Pumping Synth Soundtrack - Gothic grooves to slay to!

Damsel supports language options of English German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Turkish, Russian, Korean, Japanese and Simplified Chinese, as well as an Open Dyslexic font option in game.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems in the US at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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