Devil and the Fairy

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Defend dark catacombs and gloomy dungeons! Protect the magic crystal, the source of your power! Utilize your lordship and your demon hands wisely, as you fend off the human invaders with your goblin hordes, fireballs and lots of traps! Your dungeon is no place for glory and treasure - only pain and suffering!

Always at your side to assist you is your cute little fairy!“My Master, as Lord of Darkness it is your duty to teach those pesky invaders a lesson. Defend our dungeon crystal and protect the treasures of the underworld! Crush those heroes and adventurers with your infernal magic and summon the army of evil! There will be no escape for those overly motivated maggots!”

• Classic wave defense game in VR
• Many interactive objects
• Three dark and grim dungeons
• Challenging difficulty modes
• Great dark VR graphics
• Cute, explanatory transgender fairy
• Level up and become the ultimate demon lord

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System requirements for PC

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 8.1 or later
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 / AMD FX 8350 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX970 / AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or greater
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel i7-4770K / AMD Ryzen 1800x equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1070 / AMD R9 Fury equivalent or greater
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Early Access Review The Game was fun at first and is also really beautifully designed. However, I kind of quickly lost the Fun of it. Here, the Focus is not on the Strategy as with good Tower Defense games, but on smashing any Boxes as quickly as possible in order to get coal for Tower. I Think it's a shame because it had the Character of Dungeons and Dungeon Keepers. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The game was initially fun and is also designed really nice. However, I somehow lost the fun of it quite quickly. Here is not the strategy as in good tower defense games in the foreground, but the possible fastest smashed of any boxes to get money for towers. I think it's a pity, because it had the character of Dungeons or Dungeon Keeper.
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Product received for free Early Access Review Devil and the Fairy is a dungeon defense game that can convince even in its early Stages. (Tested with HTC Vive) As Dungeonmaster, our Job is to defend our Dungeon From incoming Hero troops. In the Tutorial, we are quickly instructed into the Game's Basic Control by a cute Goblin fairy. Gripbuttons allow us to rotate the Dungeon and scale our Size. By Finger-pointing at one of the Rings on our Hand, we quickly switch between Traps and servants, turn our Hand, we can choose between the various trap/servants either by Touchpad or a Swipe Motion. This later runs so intuitively in the Game that it would have earned a Thumbs up for the Swiping Technique alone. We have (at Present) the Selection from 3 different Dungeons (the third has to be released first), in 3 Levels of difficulty. While at the Beginning of the Game we are only equipped with weak Units and Traps, we learn new Ways of stopping the Enemy by all Means, such as Balists, stronger Goblins and other Creatures, through experience points. So don't give up right away if you don't create a Dungeon, maybe it works out later with better Units. During the Waves, we have to destroy objects to charge both our Energy, which we need to build Creatures and Traps, and to get a Bonus. This goes from Coins for Experience points to Exploding Skulls, Ice Lances and Acid bottles that we can throw at our Opponents. Additionally, we build Barricades, place Floor Traps and our wobbly little Villains. We can easily pick up and place our goblins by hand, there are some areas for the Traps, but that does not restrict us much. The Graphics of the Game make an excelling impression and run very fluently so far. The Setting Has Also succeeded well and the Control goes very well. I Am only missing the Possibility of creating a Player profile (or has escaped me) if you want to present the Game to someone without immediately getting the Progress. For me (at the Price) even at this early Stage a Clear Buy recommendation, and I hope that some content will still appear in the Future. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi's Game tips as Curator:
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