In a magic age, where dragons ruled and the world of Desola was at the height of its glory, a demonic portal opened its infernal abyss in the shadowlands. The realm was ravaged by Devils & Demons. As the battle between monsters and men raged, endless streams of diabolic reapers brought death and despair to humankind. The army of man was outnumbered and in disarray. It is your duty to assemble a party of heroes and embark on an epic quest to help the Order of the Light stop the menacing threat. Start your crusade to protect the kingdom against the empire of darkness and a war brought upon them by the lords of fire.
Fight hordes of savage demons and undead and clash with powerful boss enemies like necromancers and dragons. Take on a myriad of quests in a living fantasy world with many events, encounters and of course epic war loot. Enjoy the action, excitement and fun as you increase the power of your group of heroes and pave your way to the top.
Deep turn based tactical combat
Fight, loot and recruit! Discover a variety of heroes to join your party
A dark fantasy world filled with countless adventures
Get hooked on a captivating storyline with hours of gameplay
Hundreds of detailed maps to explore
Class based heroes and enemies
Vast array of awesome skills, spells and abilities
Epic orchestral soundtrack and brilliantly voiced characters
Sophisticated artworks, cut scenes and detailed graphics
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Devils & Demons is a PC port of a mobile game that tries to look like Diablo. It is not a Diablo clone, but that is both a good and bad thing. Devils & Demons is a turn-based strategy game that tries to be Diablo tuned down, which it manages to do in terms of setting and story. There is, however, one glaring problem: it is an iOS port. This results in graphics that look fairly simplified and generic and a combat system that is bare-bones for a turn- based strategy game due to mobile games requiring simplified controls and mechanics in order to be playable on mobile devices. The game might have been ok on mobile devices, but on a powerful computer capable of so much more, there is little reason to buy this game. Devils & Demons might be worth your time, but only on mobile devices that it was initially designed for. You might want to skip it for PC and play a turn-based strategy game made for something more powerful than an iPhone instead.
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