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Deliver Us From Evil visual novel takes a dark turn

deliver us from evil gothic otome visual novel game takes a dark turn on linux mac windows pc

Deliver Us From Evil gothic otome visual novel game takes a dark turn on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Due to the efforts of the romance developer Galen Games. Which is available free to play on Steam and itch.

Galen Games, a UK based developer, is eager to announce the launch of their gothic otome visual novel. Along with some further downloadable content. Based on reviews it looks like a solid game, for those with an open mind.

Developed by a small team, Deliver Us From Evil (DUFE) features an epic cast of biblical proportions. So expect angels, demons, and everything in between. Tasked by Archangel Michael to investigate, you play as Ariel, a young angel. Will you complete your mission, or stray from the light? Maybe edge slowly into darkness?

Deliver Us From Evil trailer

Mankind has wished since the dawn of time, but when those pleas turn dark, Heaven answers. Tasked by the Archangel Michael to investigate, will our young angel Ariel follow her mission? Or will she stray from the light?

Deliver Us From Evil: Cadenza expands the story further. Since the base game offers roughly 3-5 hours of gameplay. Including the elusive and striking Lord Keldran as a polygamous romance option with bad boy, Ace. Develop your relationships and capture the hearts of two men, through a whirlwind of passion and mystery.
The developers have also redeveloped some of the Michael route. Actually, reading some of the Steam and itch reviews, there is a great deal people appreciate about Deliver Us From Evil gameplay.

Deliver Us From Evil (DUFE), gothic otome visual novel game is available to download for free on Steam and itch. While Deliver Us From Evil (DUFE), Cadenza release with a price of $6.99 USD / £6.00 / 6,00€ on Steam. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Do note, the itch version only offers the base game.

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