Japanese developer Hatahata recently released Unholy Disaster onto the Steam store. The game originally came out on the Japanese adult gaming site back during the spring. The Steam version is censored from top to bottom, though, but thankfully there is a free H-patch available to download that turns the Steam version into the uncensored version.
You can download the R-18 Patch from the Google Drive.
Alternatively, if you don’t already own the Steam version but you want to get your hands on the uncensored version of the game, you can still do so by purchasing a digital copy from the DL Site store page.
The uncensored version of the game is just under 900MB, where-as the uncensored patch is 680MB. So essentially the censored version of the game is rather gimped and you’ll end up with a game where all the death scenes are removed, all the H-scenes are removed, all the game over screens are removed, and you’re just stuck with a basic adventure Metroidvania.
The uncensored R18+ patch adds everything you need to make the game fully functional as it should be.
The story centers around a perilous journey that a novice priestess named Clementine must journey on in order to cleanse the land of various demons. Clementine receives the blessing of the Spirit of Aqua to unleash special water-based abilities and skills during combat.
The developer tried to limit the amount of grinding, so it doesn’t feel like a chore getting through the game. It clocks in at just a little over two hours worth of gameplay, so you’re encouraged to go back and unlock additional content by replaying the game. There’s also just over 40 H-scenes in the game, so you’ll definitely have plenty to look forward to.
If you’re interested in getting the Steam version and using the R18+ patch on it, you can do so by picking up a copy from the Steam store page for $12.99.