Manor of the Damned is a retro inspired action RPG that invokes the memories from the great console games of times past. The game has a deep storyline, intense action, puzzle solving and exploration. You play a destitute wandering vampyre who agrees to help rid a village of a raiding specpyre family. The game features multiple weapons, semi-destructible environments, retro inspired sound effects and graphics, an industrial music sound track, and vampyres that turn into spectres and feed on souls!
I'm very happy to say that the new version of Manor of the Damned is available. We've put a lot of work into this release and took a lot of your comments and requests into consideration. Here is a run down of the new features:
Also, Slushy_ just posted a really awesome preview video for Manor of the Damned! You can find it here:
All the people saying they want a copy in the comments and how awesome the game looks is incredibly inspiring for an indie developer. We are dropping the price by 40% so that the people who didn't get a free copy can pick it up at reduced price.
Thanks for your support!
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