Developer: Cat-astrophe Games (based in Wroclaw, Poland)
Regular price: 9.99 USD (Nintendo Switch, PC)
Availability: digital download
Rating: USK 12, PEGI 16+, ESRB M
The Unholy Society is inspired by ’80s and ’90s movies, comic books, as well as everything else that fits into the categories of “iconic” and “pop culture”.
Let’s face it – we’re a bunch of ’90s kids.
Our goal was to create an experience similar to those we loved: full of witty dialogues, fleshed out characters, supernatural creatures, a tiny bit of magic, and a whole lot of retro aesthetics.
And, of course, a hella lot of badassery.
The world as we know is about to change – the united forces of demons, gods, and monsters prepare for another deadly attempt to eradicate “the big guys” and change the religious status quo.
And, just perhaps, to drink lots of tea and discuss art in the meantime.
The only one who can stop them is Bonaventura Horowitz – a snarky exorcist, who isn’t exactly an angel himself.
At the request of the Pope himself, Bon, accompanied by a group of his peculiar friends, sets off on a thrilling mission, leaving behind a trail of cigarette butts, empty whiskey bottles, and broken demonic hearts.
Cat-astrophe Games is a Polish indie game studio, created out of love for cats and video games. It first launched in 2015 as a project of Paweł Wojciechowicz and Michalis Kamburelis. Ever since, our team has considerably grown and currently has over ten members. Our main goal is to create unique experiences – using engaging stories, comic-inspired graphics and satisfying mechanics – that will leave a lasting impression on the players.
Other games from the studio include:
Since 2019 Cat-astrophe Games has also been involved in porting and development of third-party games, as well as development of numerous educational projects.
Iga Von Geyso
In Dreamer’s Mind
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