MachiaVillain strategy sim gets release date

machiavillain strategy sim gets release date for linux mac windows games

Machiavillain is an evil mansion management and strategy games release date for Linux, Mac and Windows. While gameplay takes inspiration from games like by Dungeon Keeper and Prison Architect. Good Shepherd Entertainment and independent developer Wild Factor have a release coming on May 16, 2018 via Steam.


So MachiaVillain gameplay is about building your own manor in raising your monsters. And also setting up your traps and exterminating victims. But to gain reputation you’ll have to slay by the horror movie rules.

While taking inspiration from the tropes of horror cinema. MachiaVillain lets you build the macabre mansion of your dreadful dreams. All the way from a harmless house up to nightmarish palace of panic. Since you are working to become a professional mastermind.

So go ahead and set deadly traps, lure locals inside and let your minions feast on their flesh. But beware: even horror movie monsters have a code of honor to obey. Therefore, to become the most frightening menace in the neighborhood, you’ll have to slay by the rules. Target victims when they’re alone. Keep the virgin alive until the end, and never, EVER hurt the dog.

MachiaVillain Release Date Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Assemble a menagerie of monsters, balance their unique traits and needs. Then customize the mansion to make them feel at home. Use leftover body parts from dismembering. Also other resources from the environment to craft new items.

Seeing it’s your job to keep the manor safe from supernatural creatures. And monster hunters out to exorcise your gruesome good time.

Strategy sim release on Steam:

MachiaVillain will be available on Steam for $19.99 USD for Linux, Mac and Windows. Devious masterminds can see more by visiting its Steam page above. Since we will have a day-one release.

For even more information, visit goodshepherd.games and follow @GoodShepherdEnt and @WildFactorGames on Twitter.

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