Demoniaca: Everlasting Night Kickstarter Campaign Launches
(Last Updated On: May 19, 2016)

Developers Mnemosyne Games have officially kicked off their funding campaign for their platform Metroidvania, beat’em up RPG, Demoniaca: Everlasting Night.

Demoniaca Has the retro art style of classic 1990s platform games, with cinematic story elements, modern gameplay mechanics and animations to give players a unique and enjoyable 2D platformer. The animations are extremely smooth and the freedom of movement looks like it gives the player complete control over their actions, to seamlessly transition from one frame to the next.


A few key features that Demoniaca will have to offer is its combat system that rivals that of the classic sprite based King Of Fighters games, in fact, the developers even call it a first prototype of Kofvania.

The story follows one woman out to seek revenge after her village was raided by demons, killing everyone and leaving her for dead. Laying in her own pool of blood and awaiting death, she soon finds that her blood has been contaminated by the blood of the demons, giving her supernatural demonic abilities. She manages to sew up her bloody and beaten body, gears up, and uses her new found powers to bring the fight straight to the demon’s gates.

Demoniaca will also feature RPG elements, allowing you to upgrade your abilities to become more powerful as you progress. Take a look at the cinematic trailer and the gameplay concept trailer down below.

Do you like playing mature games? Sick of all the censorship? The developers are releasing both the standard version and the uncensored versions for purchase, so if you would like to support them without all the red tape, you can head on over to their Kickstarter page to help them with their funding goals and to learn more about the two versions of the game.

Demoniaca is also on Steam Greenlight seeking approval, so if you are interested you can check that out as well. Last but not least, you can also head on over to the official Mnemosyne games website for additional details.

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  • Olivia

    I think it’s a good thing their releasing two versions the original and the censored now the sjws can have there thing and I can have mine

  • Nice. The classic 2D KOF-style sprites have always appealed to me (some of it at least).

    It’s funny how that female character still looks a lot like Elizabeth even for an ‘edit’. XD

    Speaking of edits, here’s a very good one of Omega Rugal from KOF’95, in XIII style…

  • lieschen müller

    pretty nito